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    Going back too your crossfeed nut adjustment....

    Going back too your crossfeed nut adjustment. Here is a photo i took of the screen during a video. It shows what you need.302928
    Its at 2.33 minute's on an American pacemaker video.
    American...
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    The only reason that I can think of that they use...

    The only reason that I can think of that they use the bolts is so it would be easy to set the compound down over the bolts and put nuts on. Lock-tite would be better. I braze everything, old school...
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    That's an interesting tap. I see it takes a...

    That's an interesting tap. I see it takes a conventional thread cut then finishes out to acme. Easier on the tap.
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    That bondo repair looks fine. I did that on a...

    That bondo repair looks fine. I did that on a compound and it held up well. The thump it makes bumping the cuck jaw on the repair is less aggressive and damaging. A built in buffer
    Best to never...
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    I should have known that you weren't going too...

    I should have known that you weren't going too leave the pump in the pan. I somehow skipped over the previous post where you explained more. Awoke from dozing off. An old man thing.
    When it comes to...
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    I see thats sort of a rough draft. Thats a hell...

    I see thats sort of a rough draft. Thats a hell of a pump.
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    Looking at that one pump on the pan. Would it...

    Looking at that one pump on the pan. Would it make the handle hard to reach if you mounted it upside down to the bottom of the pan. It looks heavy enough to tap some holes for mounting. Just a...
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    Putting that copper tubing into fractions your...

    Putting that copper tubing into fractions your .050 drill is 1/100th shy of 1/16th of an inch. I bought some 1/16th copper to replace a oil line on a surface grinder. The outside diameter is just as...
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    :D Activate it with a mounted remote and a...

    :D Activate it with a mounted remote and a solenoid. No wire.
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    What I have seen happen with machinery is that it...

    What I have seen happen with machinery is that it ages out of every day use but is kept for one offs or small jobs.
    That's when oiling and preventative maintenance goes out the window. It gets...
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    On a system the size for a lathe you can pre...

    On a system the size for a lathe you can pre assemble it out of the lathe and test and work out the orifice's sizes before install.
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    Your analytical about it. I'm sure you can work through it....
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    Oh the one shot systems metering is just as...

    Oh the one shot systems metering is just as important. As you get farther from the pressure drops.
    I setup envelope folding machinery that was 60' long. The company paid an outfit to install a one...
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    Dry shafts with some scoring and worn out keys....

    Dry shafts with some scoring and worn out keys. It needed some TLC. Its well worth your efforts
    before it gets worst.
    This is a good reference thread.

    Nice work
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    That third piece in the cabinet looks like a...

    That third piece in the cabinet looks like a clamp on dial indicator base.

    Edit:
    I see that bsg identified the third part as a Do All part
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