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    I don't know if it's the same on your Series 61,...

    I don't know if it's the same on your Series 61, but 'T' part of the bolts on my 10EE aren't square, but are a section of ring. That is, radiused on both sides. I don't have a closeup of one, but you...
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    I'm actually not a big fan of the pumped...

    I'm actually not a big fan of the pumped lubrication system in the 10EE's carriage either. I fixed mine, but installed a ball-detent oiler on each wing of the saddle and one over the reservoir in the...
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    The Bijur fittings aren't just check valves, they...

    The Bijur fittings aren't just check valves, they are available with orifices of different sizes, so that they control how much oil goes to each branch. Each one has a number stamped on it. You need...
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    I checked my BIG box of ACME taps, no joy. I have...

    I checked my BIG box of ACME taps, no joy. I have no idea where they wound up. Sorry. I guess eBay is your best bet.

    Cal
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    It looks like I bought an 1"-4 ACME tap set...

    It looks like I bought an 1"-4 ACME tap set (rougher and finisher) on eBay 10+ years ago. Paid all of $12 for the set, with shipping. Only three possible problems: are they right or left handed; are...
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    I don't know if this is related, but 10EEs have...

    I don't know if this is related, but 10EEs have an odd setup in the top slide for adjusting the backlash on the cross-feed nut by tipping it. I explain how that works here:
    Adjusting 10EE Crossfeed...
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