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    SHeldon didn't use shims.

    SHeldon didn't use shims.
  2. Bill, weird trick to make instant coffee taste...

    Bill, weird trick to make instant coffee taste good....plain rice milk 50/50 with your water....imbues it with a slightly nutty flavor and gives it body instead of that thinner than water thing.
  3. man, Buck...that would be a tough choice... ...

    man, Buck...that would be a tough choice...

    die or chew through...:D
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    in the case of Sheldon, that is good and...

    in the case of Sheldon, that is good and indicative of very little wear.

    as weird and counterintuitive it seems, that is how they are, just barely nipping the cap bolts, and although I have never...
  5. ??? can i have some too? :) regardless of what...

    ??? can i have some too? :)

    regardless of what side you are on, THAT happened.
  6. was never about hacking the election. the...

    was never about hacking the election.
    the hacking occurred in voters heads via endless BS and propaganda slung all over social media...
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    Specific live center recommendation...

    Specific live center recommendation


    :skep:
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    if seller TOLD you that it was they did not lie....

    if seller TOLD you that it was they did not lie.

    it is most certainly a curt vise.;)
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    Set screw are just there to keep crap out of the...

    Set screw are just there to keep crap out of the threads.

    screw longer bolt into hole and pull out on both pistons and the body will pull out...up to you to figure how you want to pull out on both...
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    "Concentric" is now Riten...good stuff.

    "Concentric" is now Riten...good stuff.
  11. Spinit, your box is full.

    Spinit, your box is full.
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    IMO you should be sure it's F1 that you use...if...

    IMO you should be sure it's F1 that you use...if rope is all you got, not hard to do a little test to make sure it will get the oil where you need.

    I am kind of guessing it's the long run that...
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    i don't think all of them had the washer...the...

    i don't think all of them had the washer...the ones that did it was a fiber material.
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    Isn't it in your kit you mentioned?

    Isn't it in your kit you mentioned?
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    IMO strips are better than rope for the...

    IMO strips are better than rope for the apron...rope mainly distributes from end to end(point A to B) while strips will distribute better anywhere they touch along the way.(points A,B,C,etc.)
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    Since there is no thrust loads, really free...

    Since there is no thrust loads, really free rotation is the only requirement.

    But as a default .002-.004" (.001"-.002" per side) should be fine.
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    yes, contact with the ways where the head...

    yes, contact with the ways where the head sits...they don't have 100% contact but should be touching some everywhere it mates...each end of the flats and each end and both sides of the v's...

    Your...
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    hmmm, yes, a logistics problem there.:) the...

    hmmm, yes, a logistics problem there.:)

    the factory metric kit was all 16DP so it would all fit.

    There should be no issue with GPs suggestion tho? 24stud to 80idler to 48lead?
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    As a more than 1 way to skin the kittie, since...

    As a more than 1 way to skin the kittie, since the OP already has the translation in place (80/63) couldnt the 48T also go on the stud position to generate the 1.5?

    And if a 40T gear can be...
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    I do not think they would do that at the factory....

    I do not think they would do that at the factory.
    I have seen it before, usually from a questionable rebuild where they just "cleaned up" the ways and did not maintain the geometry.
    Also possible...
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    no harm, no foul.. if it works all good, if not...

    no harm, no foul.. if it works all good, if not then check it out.
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    OK, this sound like oil got between the bearing...

    OK, this sound like oil got between the bearing shells and the casting...the bearing should be installed dry in the bores,I suspect you are having to torque the expanders to squeeze the oil out.
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    ^^^ for the most part agree with the above. at...

    ^^^ for the most part agree with the above.
    at some point it's like putting racing slicks on a smart car, it not gonna help and may even be harmful as belt slippage can save your butt sometimes, so...
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    cutting grooves and using a wider belt won't help...

    cutting grooves and using a wider belt won't help IME.
    the 1" deflection thing doesn't really apply in your case for a couple reasons.
    shorter belt plus the poly v for all intents has no stretch.
    ...
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    mine was performing TOO well, it would have eaten...

    mine was performing TOO well, it would have eaten itself given the chance.
    I had a bigger lathe and was starting to teach my son how to use the 9",, thus the reason for going back to original.

    so...
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