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    Thanks Rob! That did the trick. Someone had...

    Thanks Rob! That did the trick. Someone had tightened that set screw down all the way.

    Vince
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    Need help with SB rotary table

    I purchased a small South Bend rotary table awhile back. From what I've read online, the arm of this table is supposed to swing away to disengage the worm gear from the table. However, I haven't been...
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    I have a 415 from Feb. of 1936. It has the same...

    I have a 415 from Feb. of 1936. It has the same tag, but instead of being located at the end of the bed, it's attached to the headstock.

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    While it's not quite as nice as the South Bend...

    While it's not quite as nice as the South Bend version, I have a similar indexer made by Atl*s that I've used to cut gears. I recently made a video on using it. The video is kind of long, but the...
  5. Thanks for sharing those photos. I really enjoyed...

    Thanks for sharing those photos. I really enjoyed seeing what a brand new lathe looked like. That's a spectacular find.

    With all those accessories, I was surprised that there wasn't a steady rest...
  6. Ahh, okay. I think I understand where you are...

    Ahh, okay. I think I understand where you are coming from now. Thanks for clarifying that.
  7. A few years ago, I bought a lathe very similar to...

    A few years ago, I bought a lathe very similar to this one in age and condition. When I bought mine, I had the same question as you. The advice I received here was to simply oil it up and start using...
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    The drill press table is in rough condition. I've...

    The drill press table is in rough condition. I've attached a couple of photos. I'm looking for $35 plus shipping on the table.

    For the drill press, the table, pinion, and motor mount plate are...
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    Ratchet feed, countershaft, and clapper for...

    Ratchet feed, countershaft, and clapper for shaper are sold.
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    PMs sent to both of you.

    PMs sent to both of you.
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    Parts for South Bend drill press and shaper

    I have some small, miscellaneous parts from a South Bend 14" drill press and a South Bend 7" shaper that I'd like to sell.

    For the drill press, I have the head lock, the quill return spring, the...
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    I can't help wondering how the GI in the WWII ad...

    I can't help wondering how the GI in the WWII ad managed to find an outlet in the middle of the jungle. :-)
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    Looks like you have the metric transposing gears...

    Looks like you have the metric transposing gears along with the gear guard. Those are somewhat rare in this country.
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    It's odd that there's no serial number. The...

    It's odd that there's no serial number. The serial number on my 9C is stamped in the flat, recessed area between the ways. So I don't think simply regrinding the bed ways would have removed the...
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    FS: Gear cutters

    I have some larger gear cutters for sale. These are all U.S. made, HSS cutters (mostly Union Twist Drill). They are very lightly used (some look new) but may need a light touching up from improper...
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    The item in the last photo appears to be the...

    The item in the last photo appears to be the broken remains of a milling attachment from an Atlas lathe.
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    WTT: Gear cutters, big for small

    I have several gear cutters that are too large for my milling machine and I wanted to see if anyone would be interested in trading for smaller sizes that I could possibly use. The cutters I have...
  18. I don't know if this adds anything to what is...

    I don't know if this adds anything to what is already shown in the South Bend catalog, but here is a photo of the gear train of my 1936 South Bend 9" as it was when I acquired it:
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    Why would a treadle lathe need a switch? :)

    Why would a treadle lathe need a switch? :)
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    There are usually one or two for sale on ebay at...

    There are usually one or two for sale on ebay at any given time.
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    After stripping off the multiple layers of paint,...

    After stripping off the multiple layers of paint, I found a number stamped into the body of the threading dial. It's either 801 or 301. Not sure if that's a part number or just a foundry marking.
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    It has 24 teeth

    It has 24 teeth
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    It does look similar to some of the Clausing...

    It does look similar to some of the Clausing dials. The thing that is throwing me is that there aren't any numbers stamped on the dial. It almost looks shop-made.

    Not sure on the tooth count. I...
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    Need help ID'ing thread dial

    I acquired this threading dial along with some South Bend lathe parts. I'm trying to determine if it's for a South Bend lathe. It's too big for a 9" and I can't find any numbers on it. Any ideas?
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    That's a really nice looking lathe. If I were in...

    That's a really nice looking lathe. If I were in the market for one and it were in my area, I would consider it.

    When I first started looking for a lathe, I missed out on a couple of pristine...
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