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    This is wonderful and we don't see the # 1...

    This is wonderful and we don't see the # 1 universal often.
  2. I boggled that up. How would I know it was in...

    I boggled that up. How would I know it was in good shape internally.
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    Was going around in a circle with other threads....

    Was going around in a circle with other threads. This Hendey milling machine is a peach but wasn't called a peach back when it was made. It was mainstay. It was THE machine. It could do most...
  4. You got a shaper, I got a shaper. So freakin'...

    You got a shaper, I got a shaper. So freakin' what. Small potatoes. Let the "A" word go for good reason. Dynamics and engineering is found by rooting up the tail sometimes. Why did they do that....
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    Rhodes are very cool. Glad you have one.

    Rhodes are very cool. Glad you have one.
  6. Understanding! Then able to move into the fast...

    Understanding! Then able to move into the fast lane without forgetting. That is so helpful !
  7. I'm saying, don't cut yourself loose from this...

    I'm saying, don't cut yourself loose from this site.
  8. I was away for awhile. I'll try to post pics...

    I was away for awhile. I'll try to post pics later. The Logan 8" shaper was listed for $800.00 and disappeared. The previous owner said it wasn't a rebuild, more an overhaul with careful attention to...
  9. I wouldn't say that yet. There are a few of us...

    I wouldn't say that yet. There are a few of us who own Atlas shapers and small mills and have replaced the cheap parts with other ones we made. The shaper, for instance, has iron gears to drive the...
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    Hi Hendeyman. I've been reading your posts for...

    Hi Hendeyman. I've been reading your posts for years but since I don't have a Hendey lathe, some things don't apply. Lots of stuff Does and I thank you for the knowledge and time. That Norton gear...
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    Hello. I have a Hendey Norton 1 1/2 Universal. B...

    Hello. I have a Hendey Norton 1 1/2 Universal. B & S No. 10 taper and 3 1/2" OA bar diameter. The motor above simulates the way they would be driven by line shaft. A heavy motor for sure and all the...
  12. That's a beautiful Logan shaper. I had not seen...

    That's a beautiful Logan shaper. I had not seen these pics of the chain drive and and other angles. I filed a few pix because this baby will be gone.
  13. Earlier in this thread, 99Panhard mentioned the...

    Earlier in this thread, 99Panhard mentioned the way these mount. So yours would have a base which accepts two OAs and two bolts to secure it, as shown by boomerang69. My friend's #2 B&S universal is...
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    I agree with LimiSami in that this lathe must...

    I agree with LimiSami in that this lathe must have been horrendous to set together. It is with equal respect that you accomplished an overhaul, if not rebuild of this complicated carriage.
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    Black slate was used everywhere in telephone...

    Black slate was used everywhere in telephone switchboards of different types. Many were test boards, to where a feed was locked out and instruments were introduced to test that feed. Oscillators,...
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    I find this thread fascinating. There were ways I...

    I find this thread fascinating. There were ways I used these die heads that I didn't know that everybody knew. The chasers could be backwards threading to a shoulder and slightly adjustable diameter.
  17. I know you want the trailer but not win the...

    I know you want the trailer but not win the lottery. Those machines were top class before the blue tarp "mirage" of protecting machinery. Someone might give their left nut for that Do All. Super saw...
  18. I figured the one in the basement is like yours....

    I figured the one in the basement is like yours. The O.D. of the pipe is 1.25" X 14 1/2". The round table is 6". It has knob and pawl feed, 13" flywheel. It is a No. O 807 and no identity other than...
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    Great pics. Thanks.

    Great pics. Thanks.
  20. Thanks for the great advise and cautions. I bet...

    Thanks for the great advise and cautions. I bet you saved some injuries from that post. Since the "group" is so small now, I just gave everybody a "Like". That was because everyone had something...
  21. By the time I bought mine, there were two or...

    By the time I bought mine, there were two or three siting outside a barn in the weather. They were all different camelbacks but the Royersford Excelsior showed more promise. The motor and step pulley...
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    I'm unfamiliar with that lathe but not the word...

    I'm unfamiliar with that lathe but not the word "awesome". Striking machine and looking forward to your re vitalization.
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    I had an appreciation for the early meters but...

    I had an appreciation for the early meters but being employed there, was a mixed blessing. Steel doors were unlocked after years dormancy and there were the vintage switch gear and meters from long...
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    That is a particularly nice looking meter. I...

    That is a particularly nice looking meter. I bought a few smaller ones at flea markets but nothing of that caliber.
    EDIT I thought I was over with this but upon closing, I saw the electric motor....
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    Can't simply reply to a narrative of this weight....

    Can't simply reply to a narrative of this weight. Gosh it heavy and imagine if we lost it.
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