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    That's sure a convoluted and roundabout way of...

    That's sure a convoluted and roundabout way of accomplishing a simple BRASS bushing, per what the OP is wanting to make.

    If you do all the critical dimensions (ID, OD, and one reasonably square...
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    Y'know that was like, five frikken years ago,...

    Y'know that was like, five frikken years ago, yeah?

    Ever found a five year old newspaper, and started calling the numbers in the Classified ads?
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    Do all your turning, without taking the part off...

    Do all your turning, without taking the part off the parent stock, until you have all the dimensions as you need.

    By doing all your turning in a single set-up, you eliminate any need to re-align...
  4. Mazda Forklift Engine - 2.0L or 2.2L? - Intella...

    Mazda Forklift Engine - 2.0L or 2.2L? - Intella Liftparts

    The Mazda 2.0 and 2.2 Liter engines were used in the 1980's, B2000/B2200 series trucks, the Mazda 626 cars too, for a bunch of years. Even...
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    Oh, they can! If you have ever had to work...

    Oh, they can!

    If you have ever had to work around Military Instructor Pilots that became Instructors, before they ever got any experience with life, and got used dealing with NOT being the star at...
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    It's not an FP2. Different, and nowhere near...

    It's not an FP2.

    Different, and nowhere near as desired, animal.

    That price for an FP2 that turns out to be an FP1, makes me think the price is going to have to be cut back by a proportionate...
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    I'm a wee bit jealous! :)

    I'm a wee bit jealous! :)
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    Gotta say that I'd go with the Schaublin all day...

    Gotta say that I'd go with the Schaublin all day and all night!

    The only 'downside' to such machines, is the compulsion to start collecting the whole set of accessories, which can be rare and...
  9. Never even had to consider renting a dumpster....

    Never even had to consider renting a dumpster. Always been apartments available! In my price range and everything!
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    What are you using it for? Work? Hobby? If...

    What are you using it for?

    Work? Hobby? If work, what kind? Heavy dirty turning, or fairly lightweight and relatively 'clean' work?

    I worked in a shop that had both. May still have both.
    ...
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    I have a book habit. In addition to...

    I have a book habit.

    <sigh>

    In addition to that, a friend of mine, who passed away some years back, now, asked me to take care of his library. His request was specifically, that they end up NOT...
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    Well at least you have a decent sense of humor...

    Well at least you have a decent sense of humor about the whole thing. The number of butthurt drama queens that have picked up their ball and went home... :)

    Pictures would be a great start!
    ...
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    Pretty sure that's Factory, as i have seen it on...

    Pretty sure that's Factory, as i have seen it on several variations of that type of post.

    For the OP, in order, check cleanliness, flatness, and tightness. If the parts are not clean, the mating...
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    I guess it sorta depends on whether the guy...

    I guess it sorta depends on whether the guy actually wants it and is willing to pay worth, or is trolling through the lists looking to get a bargain, or otherwise looking to flip for profit.
    I...
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    Yeah, lots of guys don't want to deal with not...

    Yeah, lots of guys don't want to deal with not being able to see the price and bids, but I have done OK with it. So far bought a Mill, a Lathe, a Car, a welder, and a fair few other smaller items...
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    Why would you think it should be opposite? Or...

    Why would you think it should be opposite? Or even different?

    You understood it was a sealed bids affair, rather than an auction from the outset, no? A surprising number of my former co-workers...
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    10-15KUSD. Would expect if it was posted here...

    10-15KUSD.

    Would expect if it was posted here on PM, that the price with the dividing head (saw one of those listing at ~2500Euro) somewhere around 8 or 9K.

    Maybe I'm right out to lunch.

    For...
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    For the 6300 Canadian pesos it sold for, just...

    For the 6300 Canadian pesos it sold for, just over $4800US, along with the dividing head that was sitting in the chip tray, I figger there was a lot of room for expenses on top of the purchase price....
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    Did you buy that one? Was watching to see what...

    Did you buy that one?

    Was watching to see what it went for, looked like a deal for someone.
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    Who's trying to sell something on someone else's...

    Who's trying to sell something on someone else's ad?

    Someone said he's already got one, not as nice, that cost the same money. And he offered up manuals.

    Or did I miss something?
  21. . You forgot the most important part of cows....

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    You forgot the most important part of cows. They turn grass (makes a lousy salad, no matter how hard-core a vegan you are!) in to STEAK! Yum!

    And their used grass helps grow more grass! :)
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    I ran across similar comments while searching...

    I ran across similar comments while searching around.

    <sigh> Yep. More homework to deal with...

    Got till spring, though! :)
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    They do not seem to have a bunch of equipment...

    They do not seem to have a bunch of equipment rated at 575 Volts. IIRC, 480 Volts is the common 'high voltage' in the States, yes?
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    But Google will be trying to spoon feed them to...

    But Google will be trying to spoon feed them to me for the next two decades or so.
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    Recomend VFD for irrigation system?

    Looking to stand up an older irrigation pump here at home.

    575v, 25hp 3600rpm motor running the show.

    Currently set up with a push button start and pretty much no control over it other than...
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