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    I don't know 9's at all, and in looking at some...

    I don't know 9's at all, and in looking at some parts and pieces previous, I think they do some things different than a 16".

    I'm asking because you said adjustment screw, and that could be correct...
  2. I see re-assembled, but curious if its mounted to...

    I see re-assembled, but curious if its mounted to carriage again. The top surface that mates to carriage has an open hole that feed oil into carriage. And inside of carriage there is a tree of meter...
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    I currently use a 7.5hp rpc, both motor and...

    I currently use a 7.5hp rpc, both motor and control box are 7.5. Idling, no load, I have 8.7 amps per leg on my two single phase legs that power the rpc.

    I found a post from 2006 where a fella...
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    20hp idler with 15hp control box

    Any thoughts on a 20hp idler with a 15hp control box ? Motor is 1200 rpm. Thinking I'll use a pony motor to spin it up to speed before hitting rpc start button.

    Once started, any problem starting...
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    I was curious if something is wrong with yours,...

    I was curious if something is wrong with yours, or is it missing, and you just have the pic ?
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    There are no felts inside the gits. There is no...

    There are no felts inside the gits. There is no containment of oil either. Once initial oiling is done, all oil will drip out. "Total loss oil system" :D. Everyone's is a little bit of a mess. To...
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    Those should be pretty clear which is large vs...

    Those should be pretty clear which is large vs small side. Any mushrooming would be minor. I'd use calipers to figure which if it looks close.

    Not impossible they might be stuck. But I've had good...
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    Pretty surprised at how high a lot of stuff went...

    Pretty surprised at how high a lot of stuff went for.

    I didn't bid on the mill, last I saw it was just over $500.

    I did bid on the dividing head and the lot of K & T tooling from the first...
  9. The first thing to watch out for is the...

    The first thing to watch out for is the awesomeness ! :D

    You want to do obvious normal machine checks/inspection.

    Nice option besides taper attachment, would be lead screw reverse.

    If you...
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    They do want people to have an appointment. They...

    They do want people to have an appointment. They are way behind on showing people with appointment, may not finish them today.

    For those that can't see today, they will try to squeeze them in...
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    Really pretty irritating. Carefully looking over...

    Really pretty irritating. Carefully looking over list of lots I got quotes on. . . It appears rates vary depending on what they think value will be, or hot selling items. While some hard selling...
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    You are correct. I missed that detail. If you...

    You are correct. I missed that detail.

    If you pull gear off left end of head stock side. The gear thats usually keyed onto a shaft of qcgb. Not looking at a pic, but at end of banjo, that gear...
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    In his album link, there is a a vid of the...

    In his album link, there is a a vid of the leadscrew. It does appear bent. I've not tried straightening one, not sure about that, or might replace leadscrew.

    However, if I was just writing it off,...
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    I've unbolted mine, but bumped it with the nut on...

    I've unbolted mine, but bumped it with the nut on end of threaded rod. With collet tray as part of bed clamp I didn't want to leave it off bed. But I hadn't moved it to far edge of bed either. Now I...
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    Many people leave that "outrigger :D" un-bolted,...

    Many people leave that "outrigger :D" un-bolted, bed clamp off the rod, and attach it when needing to use the taper attachment. One is the drag might cause a stutter step on saddle, during regular...
  16. Just saw this post from him a month ago, that he...

    Just saw this post from him a month ago, that he was in the hospital. Anyone know how he's doing ?

    FS: "L" Series Spanners

    Edit* I emailed Walters daughter, Barbara. Walter did spend a couple...
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    Forgot to mention it, maybe you did it anyway....

    Forgot to mention it, maybe you did it anyway. You might crack loose the leadscrew end bearing, on tail stock end, same as you did for qcgb. If you already tightened qcgb, maybe crack that bearing...
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    Before yanking it all the way off, try breaking...

    Before yanking it all the way off, try breaking loose the mounting hardware for qcgb. Then roll by hand. Qcgb has an alignment adjuster bottom right, two set screws and a bolt you tighten. Loosen...
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    I've done alright with hss, but I don't part...

    I've done alright with hss, but I don't part solid round stock all the way through depending on diameter. I'll part about half way through then hack saw the rest of the way. Then face cut the end to...
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    I called the auctioneer in Illinois directly and...

    I called the auctioneer in Illinois directly and someone answered the phone. They answered the questions I had at the time, so I wasn't expecting a call back. That was prior to you posting about the...
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    BXA-7 dimensions show parting blades for it as...

    BXA-7 dimensions show parting blades for it as 11/16" in height:
    Universal Parting Blade Holder BXA-7

    On the link, it shows an example of a parting blade that takes an insert. In most cases you...
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    Aloris and Dorian are USA made. Phase II is a...

    Aloris and Dorian are USA made. Phase II is a better chinese brand. The rest are the regular chinese knock offs.

    Shars BXA stuff:
    shars.com - Quick Change Tooling & Toolholders

    Ajax tool...
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    I received quotes from the two rigging outfits at...

    I received quotes from the two rigging outfits at the auction. Rexco only gave rates for labor, supervisors, and equipment per hour, not an actual total number.

    CCC gave me an estimate on the K &...
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    Nice. Also I plan to to hang either serial card...

    Nice. Also I plan to to hang either serial card info, or machine info with machine. Along side that I intend a pin up calendar girl from the month and year of machine. I'm also thinking the Playboy...
  25. Posts number 26 & 27 show two guys that spaced...

    Posts number 26 & 27 show two guys that spaced their CXA:

    South Bend 1117 Lathe.....Help.
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