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  1. Thanks for the clarification Steve.

    Thanks for the clarification Steve.
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    I wish it was just the taper pin, see the photos....

    I wish it was just the taper pin, see the photos.

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    Unless I'm misreading the exploded parts diagram,...

    Unless I'm misreading the exploded parts diagram, the assembly includes the gear and the shaft. The shaft has its own part number but was only sold with the full assembly. I assume it was held in...
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    Apron Parts for Catalog 744A 9A Lathe

    The lathe I picked up last month has a broken wheel assembly. The handwheel is intact but it's missing the taper pin and until I start disassembling it, I'm not sure what part I need.

    Looking at...
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    Sticky: Picked up a South Bend 9A last month. S/N#...

    Picked up a South Bend 9A last month.

    S/N# 182710
    Catalog # 744A
    Serial Number Card signed on Dec 16, 1946. Look like it was sold on 1-8-47 to W A Voell Machinery Co.
  6. MT3 - MT2 Spindle Adapter for Southbend 9A

    I recently acquired a late 1946 South Bend 9A and I am trying to get up to speed on tooling.

    It's my understanding that the 9A requires a spindle adapter to use MT-2 tooling. The used lathe I...
  7. To make sure I'm crystal clear on this, my lathe...

    To make sure I'm crystal clear on this, my lathe card which indicates my machine was built in December 1946 lists A101 for my apron. If I look at a parts list from 1957 can I conclude that PT83NK1...
  8. Just wanted to say that for someone who just...

    Just wanted to say that for someone who just purchased 9A and recevied their scanned serial card, this post is gold. I have some parts that I need to track down for my apron and I was confused by...
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