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    Iíll be making the gear for 10K, itís not gonna...

    Iíll be making the gear for 10K, itís not gonna be hard to make a few extras at the same time.
  2. It most likely will need to be a 3 phase motor to...

    It most likely will need to be a 3 phase motor to reverse, since it hums but doesn't turn that tells me you've got the correct motor but it's likely wired incorrectly. 3 phase motors humming without...
  3. FS: Taper Attachment for a South Bend 13" (CL8145B) Lathe

    Selling the taper attachment from my old south bend 13" toolroom lathe. The lathe itself is in a state of steady decline, it's been asked to do too much with too many inexperienced people using it...
  4. OT - Where is the option to go back to mobile view on here?

    I clicked ďfull viewĒ and for the life of me I cannot find a way to undo this. It makes the site a PITA to navigate for me and everywhere Iíve looked I canít find an option to revert this. Any help?
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  6. Anyone in the market for a 13" taper attachment?

    I've got an old Toolroom 13" (catalog number CL8145B, serial 2143TKL9) who's days of holding tolerance have long since passed. Those soft ways really took a beating over the years and I'm afraid her...
  7. IIRC, most lead/feed screws, at least for older...

    IIRC, most lead/feed screws, at least for older equipment, were for the most part centralizing. Also, I somewhat doubt that BP uses a class 2 thread fit.

    How many do you need?
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    Nothing to be lost from trying.

    Nothing to be lost from trying.
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    I believe originally all of them used cast iron...

    I believe originally all of them used cast iron feed nuts. Half nuts are cast iron on most if not all older south bends. If itís good enough for the ways why wouldnít it be good enough for the nuts...
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    Is the casting bored behind as well or is it only...

    Is the casting bored behind as well or is it only the plate? This would also give you the capability to adjust the gear mesh clearances if you needed to.
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    Thatís pretty nifty. Once you start getting some...

    Thatís pretty nifty. Once you start getting some play in it from wear you can just swap the plate. Wouldnít mind that on my 13Ē.
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    StephEn ;) And please donít hesitate if...

    StephEn ;)

    And please donít hesitate if thereís anything you need! My offer from a few months ago still stands!
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    Anything you canít find and youíre comfortable...

    Anything you canít find and youíre comfortable having made let me know happy to help if Iím able.
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    Sorry, I mustíve missed the ski boat comment,...

    Sorry, I mustíve missed the ski boat comment, thatís my bad. My work and experience is about 90% sailboats pushing anywhere from 30 to 100 horses of Japanese cast. I forget other types of boats...
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    You can probably do it, sure. All of the good...

    You can probably do it, sure. All of the good advice has been given. Don't expect to make any money on the job, probably going to just go to the prop shop themselves once you give them a quote. This...
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    I have a manual for a 1640B, it may be the same...

    I have a manual for a 1640B, it may be the same as the one for yours, they like to conglomerate a lot of machines into the same manual it seems. As far as parts go, a lot of them likely are available...
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    What top speeds are you taking that spindle to?...

    What top speeds are you taking that spindle to? Iíd be careful about spinning it to high. Iíd be even more careful about running a threaded spindle in reverse unless you like seeing a chuck spinning...
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    Just my 2C, it doesnít look like a South Bend,...

    Just my 2C, it doesnít look like a South Bend, but closer to an older Monarch (my option donít shoot me). Even if it didnít have a tag because it was made for the navy it still would have a serial...
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    If by double / single you mean Neutral /...

    If by double / single you mean Neutral / Positive, I'm sure there's a list out there since I wouldn't claim to know all of them, but..

    Neutral Pros / Cons:
    P: Flip the insert for extra cutting...
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    I mean, worst case.. a novice can use a...

    I mean, worst case.. a novice can use a countersink as a chamfer tool. Itís not very difficult to clamp a vise or snug down clamps and put a tool in the spindle. Youíre a welding shop, surely you...
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    http://www.wswells.com/data/parts/920E.pdf ...

    http://www.wswells.com/data/parts/920E.pdf

    #19, P/N: PT8R1
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    Just as a follow up, I received a response from...

    Just as a follow up, I received a response from regal today about the availability of this tap. They too no quoted me as itís just too coarse for the diameter. If tapco and regal both no quote a job,...
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    Difference between 10L and 10R ? ? ?...

    Difference between 10L and 10R ? ? ?

    Be advised that you'd need to swap t̶h̶e̶ ̶e̶n̶t̶i̶r̶e̶ ̶h̶e̶a̶d̶s̶t̶o̶c̶k̶,̶ ̶n̶o̶t̶ just the spindle. I kept reading the link for 2 posts and tada,...
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    If you're having this much of an issue with...

    If you're having this much of an issue with neutral rake tooling, go to positive rake inserts.

    I like to use an Iscar E-SDUCR 10-2. It's always left a great finish for me. I've not had any...
  25. IIRC, bridgeport had higher spindle speeds? Other...

    IIRC, bridgeport had higher spindle speeds? Other than that I'm not sure in the differences aside from one VERY large one.. parts availability. You're probably not going to find parts for the SB mill...
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