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  1. Whatever the issue the problem is inside the...

    Whatever the issue the problem is inside the apron. You will need to take the apron off to fix so you might as well take the apron off to identify the issue.

    Vlad
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    Southbend 9" motor for free listing

    On the Antique Machinery forum a fellow has listed a 9" underdrive motor for free, recipient to pay shipping.

    Here is the listing...
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    jim rozen, Thank you for the suggestion. I...

    jim rozen, Thank you for the suggestion. I removed the end bell for some reason and put it back on and found the shaft turned freely.

    Firstly though I wish to publicly acknowledge and thank...
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    Not a gib. It is a saddle retainer to prevent...

    Not a gib. It is a saddle retainer to prevent the saddle from lifting off. It should not be tightened down but have a gap.

    Vlad
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    Well Fellows, my repairs have not gone well. I...

    Well Fellows, my repairs have not gone well. I have the end bell tacked together but the shaft does not turn freely any more. Time to look for a replacement end bell or more than likely a...
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    Fellows, I want to thank you for you continued...

    Fellows,

    I want to thank you for you continued involvement in this thread.

    I have been practicing with my TIG welder trying to lay a good weld bead since my abelites suck.

    I received the TIG...
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    1yesca, What brand of motor is that in the...

    1yesca,

    What brand of motor is that in the middle photo? The bell looks like the one on my motor which is a 3/4 Wagner motor.


    All, Many of you are probably wondering why am I even bothering...
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    "Don’t be afraid to give it a try." Don't need...

    "Don’t be afraid to give it a try."

    Don't need to be afraid. It's already broke, how much broker can it be?

    Vlad
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    Gentlemen, I thank all of your for your...

    Gentlemen,

    I thank all of your for your suggestions. I'm not sure what route I will follow. I do have oxy-acetylene, which I have used to braze the cast iron motor cradle together. I also have...
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    Cracked Motor End Bell Repair?

    Fellows,

    I was going to reinstall the motor to my 1943 heavy 10 that I am working on an d while carrying it I caught my foot on a cord and dropped it cracking one of the end bells.

    I'd like to...
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    The STEN gun is a blow back operated weapon. It...

    The STEN gun is a blow back operated weapon. It fires from an open bolt. The bolt is heavy enough that when the trigger is pulled the bolt flies forward and tips the barrel down. Recoil then tips...
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    jst, thermite has it right. it was 234 VAC. ...

    jst, thermite has it right. it was 234 VAC.

    Again I want to thank all of you for your help in my understanding what I need to do to set this motor up for proper three phase use.

    I belive my...
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    Additional information. With the motor hooked up...

    Additional information. With the motor hooked up to my RPC, no start circuit or capacitor, the three phase voltages, with motor running, are 215VAC, 222VAC and 34VAC. I obviously need to balance it...
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    More photos

    More photos.

    Vlad
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    Gentlemen, I had an opportunity last night to do...

    Gentlemen,
    I had an opportunity last night to do some of the testing on my motor that was requested and take component photos.

    Johanson asked what the no load amps where on each leg. I place my...
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    Didn't make any progress on getting the auto bay...

    Didn't make any progress on getting the auto bay cleaned out. Friday or Saturday I will take additional photos of the motor as well as motor interior. I will also measure the no load amps...
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    I don't have a photo of the complete motor but I...

    I don't have a photo of the complete motor but I do have one of the centrifugal switch in the end bell.

    The wire on the left side of the photo is from the start winding. It connects to the lone...
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    Fellows, I will follow through with your...

    Fellows,

    I will follow through with your suggestions and report back. Unfortunately I must delay in following up with your suggestions as I have been working on this lathe in my automotive bay...
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    thermite, jim rozen, johansen, Thank you for...

    thermite, jim rozen, johansen,

    Thank you for your replys.

    The motor data plate does not photograph well but the date on it is as follows;
    Wagner Electric Corp
    Frame: 75U
    Model: B15785 K2083...
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    RPC High Leg and Three Phase Motor

    Gentlemen,

    I have a 3/4 HP three phase motor in WWII vintage south bend lathe that I am cleaning and re-wicking.

    This motor was manufactured by Wagner Electric Corp. It is a 220/440 volt...
  21. Thank you Steve. It looks like the manual Ted...

    Thank you Steve. It looks like the manual Ted posted is from your web site. I thank both of you for the help you have provided, not only me but all of the people on this forum.

    Vlad
  22. You da man Steve! Can I assume that any...

    You da man Steve!

    Can I assume that any 168x3XX will be a #2 pin, that any 168x5XX will be a #4 pin?

    By deduction then a 168x1XX will be a #0 pin, a 168x2XX will be a #1 pin, 168x4XX will be a...
  23. Southbend Taper Pin Part Number Cross Reference

    Does any one have a cross reference of Southbend taper pin part numbers to the standard number equivalent?

    What is a 168x516 taper pin?
    What is a 168x307 taper pin?
    What is a 168x513 taper pin?...
  24. Fellows, I thank you for your responses. It...

    Fellows,

    I thank you for your responses.

    It seems to be OK really. Not broken or damaged, sound and solid.

    I think I will rinse the skeins in mineral spirits and dry them, apply some oil...
  25. Vintage Motor Bearing Box Lubrication Packing Material?

    I’m not sure this is the appropriate forum for this question. If not please direct me to proper one.

    I am refurbing my lathe from 1943. One of the tasks is to clean out the neglected 3/4 hp,...
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