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    I think I have a smaller vise that came with a...

    I think I have a smaller vise that came with a Hardinge TM/UM horizontal mill. I live in Fairborn, Oh. If you are seriously interested, send me a PM and I will look for it and we can go from there.
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    Years ago, I purchased and mounted a small,...

    Years ago, I purchased and mounted a small, dedicated, rotary converter for an HLV-H inside the lathe cabinet. I built a small frame and used isolation dampers to keep it quiet. All I added was a...
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    Here is a drawing made from a brand new Hardinge...

    Here is a drawing made from a brand new Hardinge pin:
    http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i183/Ferrofab/chuckalignmentpin.jpg

    http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i183/Ferrofab/hardingechuckpin.jpg
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    The latest serial number I have is for a 1998...

    The latest serial number I have is for a 1998 HLV-H and it is 15361. Serial numbers for HLV-H's begin with 100 back in 1960 and progress in a linear fashion all the way up to 15361. Production...
  5. Back when I had my Ford, I liked the A.R.E brand....

    Back when I had my Ford, I liked the A.R.E brand. Don't know if they are still around.
  6. In Ohio any truck over 1/2 ton is automatically...

    In Ohio any truck over 1/2 ton is automatically licensed "commercial". I had a privately owned "box truck", the type built on a cutaway van chassis, and it was licensed commercially and with a weight...
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    According to QRZ.com and Hamcall.net , Carla...

    According to QRZ.com and Hamcall.net , Carla (WA6UBE) is now deceased. However, there may be some confusion since this callsign belonged to her now deceased spouse (Patrica Elaine Gibbons). Carla &...
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    I have owned several HC lathes. Some commas would...

    I have owned several HC lathes. Some commas would make your post easier to read. Please don't bother Hardinge with trivial questions on machines they no longer support. There are websites such as...
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    Just join the user group on Yahoo for the...

    Just join the user group on Yahoo for the Hardinge lathes. You'll find everything you need there. If you need tooling, or some major component, I may have it. I scrapped 2 HC's earlier this year.
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    I have had as many as 5 Hardinge lathes at one...

    I have had as many as 5 Hardinge lathes at one time. One of the HC's that I used to own was the "hotrod" version and used different pulleys to set the high/low speeds. I seriously thought about doing...
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    I cut steel plates to run across the front and...

    I cut steel plates to run across the front and rear to give a good support surface for my levelers. The hollow bases make it awkward to use the common cushioned mounts. My BP is a series 1, but it...
  12. See if this link works: ...

    See if this link works:

    HardingeTL0000363BoltEccentric.jpg Photo by Ferrofab | Photobucket

    This is a diagram and instructions on how I make replacement eccentric bolts. I start with a...
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    I just may have one of those laying around. It...

    I just may have one of those laying around. It will be a couple of days before I can give you a definite answer. A few years ago, I used the motor portion for a Feeler lathe (made an adapter plate)...
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    The last one I had done was by Process Equipment...

    The last one I had done was by Process Equipment Company in Tipp City, Oh (937) 667-7624. They have changed hands since I used them, but the cost was $350 back in June of 2000. They had the ability...
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    There is a "Hardinge Lathe" site on Yahoo Groups....

    There is a "Hardinge Lathe" site on Yahoo Groups. Many Hardinge manuals have been scanned and uploaded to the "files" section. I have done this for quite a few Hardinge manuals. I didn't do the HC...
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    If it is the older style (not the red push...

    If it is the older style (not the red push button), I posted everything about this a couple of years ago, including pictures of the rubber insertion/removal tool for the bulb. I listed part numbers,...
  17. It is either a Sharp or Feeler. I have several...

    It is either a Sharp or Feeler. I have several Hardinge lathes [(2)HC's, TFB, (2) HLV-H's] and a Feeler. I had to repair the Feeler, and I used Hardinge parts (since that is what I have laying about)...
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    I think I got some clear plastic sheeting from...

    I think I got some clear plastic sheeting from the wife's craft closet. Not really a big deal. Might look at Hobby Lobby, Michaels, or an art supply/school supply store (for teachers - not kids).
  19. The more things change.... the more they remain...

    The more things change.... the more they remain the same. Yawn. All that you seek is here:
    http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/bridgeport-hardinge-mills-lathes/changing-belts-hvl-h-179821/
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    You don't have (or haven't posted) enough...

    You don't have (or haven't posted) enough information. That probably isn't the serial number. Assuming the digits did represent the serial number, it would be BH-859 and would be a very old looking...
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    PM sent to the OP

    PM sent to the OP
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    Here is a new attempt at giving you a higher...

    Here is a new attempt at giving you a higher resolution image:
    http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i183/Ferrofab/hardingechuckpin-1.jpg
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    That "weephole" is a locking setscrew, under...

    That "weephole" is a locking setscrew, under which, you will find a threaded setscrew that has the collet "dog" feature on the end. That is what the slot on your 5C collet slides into when you insert...
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    If you look at the flat face of the spindle,...

    If you look at the flat face of the spindle, there is a scribed line running radially out to the edge of the spindle face. That reference line shows you where the slot is that allows the chuck to...
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    Looking at your pictures, you are using the wrong...

    Looking at your pictures, you are using the wrong toolholder. THe proper toolholder has a floating plate in front with 2 SHCS. You center the floating flange vertically and horizontally (with the...
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