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  1. Do you have some brochures on series 62's you...

    Do you have some brochures on series 62's you could share? 610/612? Any more on the series 70-13EE-1000EE?

    Steve
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    I am not sure this is the correct piece but take...

    I am not sure this is the correct piece but take a look, it is around 3' in diameter

    Steve
  3. The model 70 and 13EE were motor/generator...

    The model 70 and 13EE were motor/generator machines. The 1000EE was the only one of the three with tube drive. I was under the impression the 70 was a later machine as well until the brochure...
  4. V engines are older than you think, actually a...

    V engines are older than you think, actually a lot of stuff we think of as "modern design" traces its history back to the early 1900's First V8 in 1903.

    Steve
  5. Big gas V12's were popular for buses as well. ...

    Big gas V12's were popular for buses as well. GMC made a quasi V12 with two big GMC V6's, they has the advantage of OHV. The flat head V12's were torque monsters but really inefficient designs...
  6. Call DoAll, They sent me an electrical diagram...

    Call DoAll,

    They sent me an electrical diagram of my exact machine.

    Steve
  7. No fancy hydraulic tailstock but, 54" bed.

    No fancy hydraulic tailstock but, 54" bed.
  8. In reading the content the series 70 is a...

    In reading the content the series 70 is a motor/generator like the 13EE. I was under the impression the 13EE then the 1000EE and later the series 70. Now I wonder if the 70 predates the name...
  9. I also have a 16-3 from 1964, the motors drive...

    I also have a 16-3 from 1964, the motors drive and coolant are dual voltage. The welder may be single voltage? I have both 480 and 240 three phase, mine is powered 240 due to the welder...
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    If you have a farm store around there is a...

    If you have a farm store around there is a product called milk stone remover, it is phosphoric acid.

    Steve
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    Good Luck, Purple Wave has been hit or miss in...

    Good Luck,

    Purple Wave has been hit or miss in my experience. You have a lot of drudge work ahead but it looks like a good start.
    Where in Kansas are you?

    Steve
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    Get the trailer, it is peace of mind. On that...

    Get the trailer, it is peace of mind.

    On that note, long ago I hauled my South Bend heavy ten with the cast base in the back of my 65 El Camino several times.

    Steve
  13. I have been to a few auctions where Scott Hall...

    I have been to a few auctions where Scott Hall was bidding on machines like the "good old days" of Reliable. There was an Excello mill at Beechcraft in a shed where the junk was moved, I wanted...
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    I just saw this thread, The Fincor drive in my...

    I just saw this thread,

    The Fincor drive in my 5HP machine is a 2450 main that uses the original Monarch transformer to boost AC voltage from 240 to IIRC 284? My conversion was done by GM with...
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    Mine has a just a bit over 1 7/8ths 1.883ish ...

    Mine has a just a bit over 1 7/8ths 1.883ish

    Steve
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    I was under the impression that it was the...

    I was under the impression that it was the opposite, the 13EE became the 1000EE then progressed to the series 71?
    There was a page somewhere here on PM with a "Missile Master" series 71 it showed a...
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    That looks like it was left out to "season" ...

    That looks like it was left out to "season" That has an electric feed like an HLV-H there is no feed shaft. That box up top is fraught with unobtanium?

    Steve
  18. I would encourage you to rethink that idea. ...

    I would encourage you to rethink that idea. Lathe headstocks and storing stuff are not really good combinations. A tray off the tail stock end of the machine or a small cabinet/table is far...
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    To add further to the "history" the inch/metric...

    To add further to the "history" the inch/metric box may have been shown at IMTS earlier, AFAIK 1976 was the first year I/M 10EE's were shipped.

    Steve
  20. Zooming out of that location, you are on the edge...

    Zooming out of that location, you are on the edge of train city. From the looks of that track it supplies the tank/refinery facilities down track. The trains may not be an issue with work...
  21. My shop has manual and CNC machines, that view is...

    My shop has manual and CNC machines, that view is the north side of my shop. My machines are south of the brick building perhaps 200 feet from the main line. That IS the Union Pacific main line...
  22. Like this close?

    Like this close?
  23. Spring suspension is most effective when it is...

    Spring suspension is most effective when it is loaded at 70+ percent of capacity. An air ride semi trailer with a light load would not ride "better" than a spring ride 14K trailer loaded at 10K. ...
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    I know a guy that is a retired Texas DOT cop, his...

    I know a guy that is a retired Texas DOT cop, his greatest joy in life was busting "RV" race haulers etc.

    I have a DOT number AND a RV semi truck. There are a lot of things I could do with...
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    I seem to recall the trucks that were test models...

    I seem to recall the trucks that were test models using gas used LNG not CNG? These were Peterbilt day cabs with 14 liter engines.

    My sister was thinking of getting a Honda CNG Accord, they...
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