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    Peacock was pretty common in the automotive...

    Peacock was pretty common in the automotive engine rebuild trade here on the west coast I've never used any but It seemed to be in the same league with SPI and a lot of the Fred Fowler offerings.
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    I have a B'port sitting tight into a corner at...

    I have a B'port sitting tight into a corner at home in a small two car garage. Down side there is no cleaning up around it.

    The RX was a 7" riser and splash guards off the table ends and back. ...
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    It's been awhile since I looked at the drawings,...

    It's been awhile since I looked at the drawings, as I recall is was 65 degrees, thanks for the heads up.... I should re-visit that sooner rather than later.

    AB Tools is about 20 min from the house!
  4. Ted I have a couple of the #1's and #2's The...

    Ted

    I have a couple of the #1's and #2's The last one came to me about 5 years ago. Cincinnati grinders was able to supply the correct manual by serial number for very reasonable $ as well as a...
  5. If what you have is what I think it is, those are...

    If what you have is what I think it is, those are not parting blades they are Armstrong facing blades and pretty obscure.
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    jdub63 Rich and myself too and probably...

    jdub63

    Rich and myself too and probably others. Any chance of the basic dimensions of the notches?
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    rke[pler Yeah those "stoppers" I back...

    rke[pler

    Yeah those "stoppers" I back engineered one Al then ordered up some durabar to make the rest. Have yet to make the cutter for the dovetail, but it's on the too-doo list
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    Again a pretty simple part, we just need a...

    Again a pretty simple part, we just need a "print". And that said the folks at Monarch are pretty unpredictable on pricing. I needed a set of stoppers for a 10ee turret.

    The set up fee to...
  9. I bought a couple of Kennedy boxes from Fastenal...

    I bought a couple of Kennedy boxes from Fastenal about 10 years ago... the sales-lizard insisted on a cash sale... no mystery there!
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    Hard to tell, it might be reasonable $, and then...

    Hard to tell, it might be reasonable $, and then again maybe not. That said if we had a DWG, and a stick of O-1, the rest is EZ.
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    Rich What do the lads in Sidney Ohio charge for...

    Rich
    What do the lads in Sidney Ohio charge for a stop rod?
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    I have a very old (1950's) if I were to guess...

    I have a very old (1950's) if I were to guess "Victor" mixer. Inside it looks like one of those epoxy mixing nozzles, followed by a sintered bronze screen. I've used it to mix welding gasses. I...
  13. Rocheleau (sp?) in Canada makes Lista like boxes...

    Rocheleau (sp?) in Canada makes Lista like boxes that can be configured however you want at less than LISA / Vidmar prices I have a couple of their 24" x 18" boxes, they are very nice. I put an...
  14. I've done very little HY-100 but lots of HY-80...

    I've done very little HY-100 but lots of HY-80 for the Govt and always with humorless inspectors at your shoulder. And for decades both materials were well guarded secrets. For pressure vessels...
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    I have a shop equipped Lixi hammer, their...

    I have a shop equipped Lixi hammer, their smallest. Delrin head on one side, brass on the other, prolly a 8 oz hammer at most. R-8's pop out with a tap from the brass head, literally 4" of free...
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    If you have one of the Enco made in India...

    If you have one of the Enco made in India clones..... run away. I bought one new from Enco. The fit and finish and the hardwood box was lovely. And that's where the love affair ended. The feed...
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    COLT45 I'm with you on all counts. My issue...

    COLT45

    I'm with you on all counts. My issue specifically is that the "poop sheets" for the Tang Grip blades all show that they are to be mounted in a holder with 8 degrees of back rake built into...
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    Aloris BXA-77

    Aloris claims the 7 / 71 / 77 holders are all compatible with Iscar cut-off blades. There is no back rake built into a Aloris 71 / 77. As I look at the Iscar catalog for their Tang Grip tools, it...
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    Without photo's You're not going to glean much...

    Without photo's You're not going to glean much attention.
  20. You might be able to make that happen, not...

    You might be able to make that happen, not however with preferred settings. I suspect the results would be less than you'd hoped for.
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    SIP6A I have seen one of the small H-S...

    SIP6A

    I have seen one of the small H-S surface grinders, the spindle appeared well done: A belt drive affair similar to what we are used to seeing on a lot of the older North American tool...
  22. Shouldn't be difficult that is the off shore...

    Shouldn't be difficult that is the off shore answer to the Cinc #2, everyone form Acer to Yuasa has put their badge on one. And as with the Cinci #2, the machines used are dirt cheap, the tooling of...
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    If I had to guess I would think it came from a...

    If I had to guess I would think it came from a vintage universal grinder, Possibly B&S
  24. Hey unknown, possibly cogent but maybe not. As I...

    Hey unknown, possibly cogent but maybe not. As I am sure you know, diodes only conduct when the voltage on their junctions is greater than what's downstream from them. As a result with a cap input...
  25. Ahh, I've been in your ditch and I think I know...

    Ahh, I've been in your ditch and I think I know the way out. It's not the bench grinder it's the general purpose stone they come with, the bond is way to hard and the abrasive mostly non friable. ...
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