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    Hopefully not hard as the dickens - a file test...

    Hopefully not hard as the dickens - a file test will shine some light on the question
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    1T in serial says 1947

    1T in serial says 1947
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    Maybe they are waiting for you to stick a price...

    Maybe they are waiting for you to stick a price on it?:confused:
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    Man that is green LOOKING! Here is one coat,...

    Man that is green LOOKING!

    Here is one coat, brushed on back when

    Digital camera, no "phone"

    You can see a few "holidays" as we used to say in the Navy

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  5. Wright similar but includes a massive square...

    Wright similar but includes a massive square thread you use to apply or relieve pressure on clutch assy

    I.E. on a substantial load I can back off on chain wheel to initiate lowering load - which...
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    One of the how-to threads on posting photos ...

    One of the how-to threads on posting photos

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    have fun
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    Same as universal - table top swivels The...

    Same as universal - table top swivels

    The "angled" upper table is able to swivel on lower table as in this Norton

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    From September 1941 Max possible to grind with...

    From September 1941

    Max possible to grind with 24" is 10"

    Max possible to grind with 30" is 4"

    Standard wheel 24 X 3 X 12

    Standard with max width 24 X 5 X 12
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    What a marvel to have stuffed in your garage! ...

    What a marvel to have stuffed in your garage! Catalog says 10,100 Lbs
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    No substantial milling - but superb on round...

    No substantial milling - but superb on round straight holes on dead nuts location (assuming you have a way to know where you are - they came with "end measures")

    No feeds except quill, though the...
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    Email sent on the works

    Email sent on the works
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    The B&S work spindle here can be locked (like...

    The B&S work spindle here can be locked (like grinding between centers - when only the dog driver rotates) or rotating like for spinning something in a chuck - a common accessory for a Universal
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    Cincy is Universal - you can see the swivel at...

    Cincy is Universal - you can see the swivel at bottom on work head. Smaller wheel typical on Universal compared to "plain". My 14 X 60 B&S only has 14" X 1 1/2" wide

    These are incidentally much...
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    Dang! That's a good looking SR! :D

    Dang! That's a good looking SR!
    :D
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    Indeed - and my 1947 B&S #4 does also Here is...

    Indeed - and my 1947 B&S #4 does also

    Here is Norton scan from WW2

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    Could maybe pry up on a wood block under wheel to check wheel side bearing for sloppiness - there should be next to...
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    The only pub I know of even close is the one you...

    The only pub I know of even close is the one you refer to

    SB made lathes, not piles of paper about "rebuilding" them

    Its a series "O", a very simple lathe they stopped making over 80 years back...
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    Shows the drive gear box that goes on end of...

    Shows the drive gear box that goes on end of table

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    I'll suppose surface grinder and that makes it...

    I'll suppose surface grinder and that makes it 1947

    Does your friend still have his giant Le Blond?

    F/S Big LeBlonde Lathe

    have fun
  19. Plus one here - don't worry about inside weld -...

    Plus one here - don't worry about inside weld - find out where it is and mill a groove for it in the insert.
  20. I used TWO dogs - one on TS quill with the vee...

    I used TWO dogs - one on TS quill with the vee typical of grinding dogs and one plain bent tail dog on the drill. The set screw of the grinding dog sticks in the key way on bottom of TS quill ( not...
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    Photos may help Here is one of the how-to...

    Photos may help

    Here is one of the how-to threads

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    have fun
  22. The point is is that you have an interesting pile...

    The point is is that you have an interesting pile of iron, with a strong likelihood you will never use - unless drilling and tapping (or otherwise machining) for whatever YOU want to bolt on

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  23. And several appear to have in their resumes...

    And several appear to have in their resumes mounting of various spindle tooling - like custom fixtures
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    The old pesky word Often as confidence...

    The old pesky word



    Often as confidence builds and skills develop it will be more reasonable to DISCARD "find" and substitute MAKE

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    Early twenties catalog says #2 for 12, 14 and 16"...

    Early twenties catalog says #2 for 12, 14 and 16" - they all have a bush - the outside of which fits in the spindle and the inside of which fits the #2 collet set. May be differing in detail for...
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