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    I looked at UCR site and found that collection,...

    I looked at UCR site and found that collection, wondering if you might know how to search it?

    Edit: Never mind, I see it now, need more coffee!

    Oh well, another almost fruitless search, I did...
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    So would that be an under-mount, rear-mount, or...

    So would that be an under-mount, rear-mount, or old line shaft machine with an over-mount motor, your pictures are not clear enough to see:toetap:

    Sounds like you've got it figured out, slap a 5hp...
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    It was an other than SB 12x36, sold it when I...

    It was an other than SB 12x36, sold it when I moved the shop.
  4. 60 gallon tanks make great BBQ pits:D, I kid you...

    60 gallon tanks make great BBQ pits:D, I kid you not, in Texas I can sell an old rusty tank faster, and for more money, as a bbq pit project, than as a compressor tank.
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    Yes I did. Edit: If the question in post above...

    Yes I did.

    Edit: If the question in post above was for me, I honestly don't remember frame size, motor was Leeson, had to relocate start/run capacitors to make it fit.
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    My old lathe had a 1/2hp motor originally, I...

    My old lathe had a 1/2hp motor originally, I replaced it with a 1.5hp 1ph motor, and still had problem with centrifugal switch at high rpm with a load, my choice was lighter cuts, or slow down...
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    Lots of old lathes have the reversing drum switch...

    Lots of old lathes have the reversing drum switch located where you had to reach over machine to operate it, I've used many like that, maybe not the safest, but never sucked me in either. You can...
  8. Unless the old lady has the rest of the...

    Unless the old lady has the rest of the compressor in the garage, and its free, its not really worth putting a motor and pump back on that tank, you could buy a complete one cheaper than the parts to...
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    As a cargo trailer owner, my advice is build some...

    As a cargo trailer owner, my advice is build some long fork extensions, or get a different trailer. Without making a whole day job of it, I see no way to remove the ramp, hinges are all welded, maybe...
  10. On my machine, if I recall correctly, it was 1.7...

    On my machine, if I recall correctly, it was 1.7 to 1 ratio, the boston gears are 2:1, ring gear is is 1/4 or 1/2" smaller in dia, so pinion gear will need to ride slightly further out, I think a...
  11. If you were not so far away, I'd be all over...

    If you were not so far away, I'd be all over that, free heat would be a bonus!:D
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    With a proper mechanic, they can take some...

    With a proper mechanic, they can take some serious abuse! Although I do kinda agree on the re-torque issue. Probably does not help that they have a crazy torgue, then loosen x# degrees, then...
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    Friend works almost exclusively on Subaru's,...

    Friend works almost exclusively on Subaru's, anytime I see a new one there my first question is, head gaskets or timing belts?:D
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    Vintage Homemade Lathe

    I know homemade lathes can be a touchy topic to some on this group, but thought these pics were worth sharing:D. These pics were posted on smokstak yesterday, poster gave permission to cross post...
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    Friend is a Subaru nut, I've seen plenty of boxer...

    Friend is a Subaru nut, I've seen plenty of boxer 4 & 6, never heard mention of a V6.
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    Depends on timing and location I guess, I picked...

    Depends on timing and location I guess, I picked up a nice little Landis a couple years ago right here on PM, it was a common scenario of its going to scrap because room was needed for a new cnc...
  17. Can anyone make out what it says on the legs? ...

    Can anyone make out what it says on the legs? "Built by" I can't read it all on laptop.

    Edit: Thanks Larry!
  18. I have a VN 1R with the same problem, I found a...

    I have a VN 1R with the same problem, I found a couple off-the-shelf gears from Boston that I think might work with some modification, short story moved shop waiting to get 3ph power so I can get...
  19. 24" diameter, those would make nice stepping...

    24" diameter, those would make nice stepping stones for the garden:)
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    The fact that his existing motor is 575v MIGHT be...

    The fact that his existing motor is 575v MIGHT be the point you are over-looking........
  21. That ad has been running awhile, if the price was...

    That ad has been running awhile, if the price was $444 as indicated in sales price, it might move, he is a fool to think anyone would shell out 22k.
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    Those are Sunnen hone mandrels, they might be...

    Those are Sunnen hone mandrels, they might be included with machine, but don't go with it. If you have room, and a need, a cylindrical grinder is a neat machine to have, they used to sell for big $$,...
  23. The buyer gets charged the sales tax based on...

    The buyer gets charged the sales tax based on where they are and their states tax rate, not your states tax rate. And then paypal takes a cut of the total amount. As for ebays push to offer free...
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    I think I would want better goggles, especially...

    I think I would want better goggles, especially putting face so close. This vid came into my feed earlier in the week YouTube
  25. I have never bolted a machine down, always just...

    I have never bolted a machine down, always just used leveling screws. Never owned a machine over 7 maybe 8000 lbs and always manual machines. If you are going to bolt it down, be damn sure of where...
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