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    That could be a match to the factory drawing in...

    That could be a match to the factory drawing in the #3 manual, yes.

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    Two pumps, same power source.

    Coolant path and layout clearly detailed.

    Lubicating oil lines basically vanish...
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    No need. I keep pistols loaded so I can just...

    No need.

    I keep pistols loaded so I can just shoot myself rather than get sucked into the organized crime web of the US Health Scare system and leave my Widow bankrupted.
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    Same reason when someone asks me my name, I ask...

    Same reason when someone asks me my name, I ask them if they are in a hurry?

    When I am cussing my self, for doing something stoopid, I'm just "DUMBASS!" out of laziness.

    If I answered...
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    Math is my worst area. 88th percentile on tests....

    Math is my worst area. 88th percentile on tests. That's an outright disaster by comparison.

    And part of why I learned to EMPLOY A++ Engineers and such instead of performing at a B-minus meself. I...
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    Not kidding. I enjoy it. And your tax dollars...

    Not kidding. I enjoy it.

    And your tax dollars - rather a LOT of them, per each of we few so selected - long ago paid to train me to be rather GOOD at finding stuff that some one didn't even want...
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    To be fair... he's not wrong. It can be like...

    To be fair... he's not wrong.

    It can be like arguing with a library... Big one. REALLY BIG one!
    Dynamically expandable, yet. And rapidly so!

    More useful to ask for something you cannot find ...
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    LOL! Surely I DO! It's the railroad-rail...

    LOL!

    Surely I DO!

    It's the railroad-rail thing!

    Real anvils exist!

    Mind it's like asking a guy if he has quit beating his wife yet.
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    Too much "thread drift" already, but ...There are...

    Too much "thread drift" already, but ...There are some very good websites devoted to that craft. You should give yourself time to read-up - grant yourself a training course. "For real" training still...
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    Yes. You ARE joking! My age, our school still...

    Yes. You ARE joking!

    My age, our school still taught blacksmithing. Two of my classmates gained a bit of fame. One became a farrier, custom shoes for horses, traveled the show and rodeo circuit. ...
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    One of the most well-proven workholding systems...

    One of the most well-proven workholding systems ever seen on this Earth, if you grok the hours served and and the miles of stock gripped and released.

    Also the key to accuracy, so not quite as...
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    Yahbut ...ALL (major maker) rolling-element...

    Yahbut ...ALL (major maker) rolling-element bearings have always been Metric based. It isn't always obvious - given it is expressed decimalized for the inch spec.
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    IF.. and I know not.. your clamping mechanism is...

    IF.. and I know not.. your clamping mechanism is functioning correctly...

    Your flexibilty for hobby and general work with precut slugs and smaller diameter bar stock can be inexpensively served...
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    ROFL! Yah. Slightly. Badly worn enough, it...

    ROFL! Yah. Slightly.

    Badly worn enough, it could go mebbe 75 to 95 ...millionths!

    The founders of W&S were actually already high-grade OPTICAL guru's. Metrology, telescopes, measuring...
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    Rear post is every bit as righteous as front on...

    Rear post is every bit as righteous as front on these for turning, but yah.. obscured, so not the wise first choice.

    Even though the "dealer demo" You-tubes are dull as watching paint dry, they...
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    That "finances" thing might have something to do...

    That "finances" thing might have something to do with my wife describing the Virginia house as a perpetual construction zone, not a home? Not that SHE is fussed. There are other homes.

    I mean.. I...
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    Oak on 'crete is almost sure to blacken....

    Oak on 'crete is almost sure to blacken. Condensation back of it, then mold spores. Labour is expensive past age 70 (vintage of 1945 meself), because yah go stiff in all the wrong places.'

    I'd...
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    LOL! That's the way it is with ADULTS! No...

    LOL! That's the way it is with ADULTS!

    No "groupie" mentality HERE! No royalty. Nobody dominates. Anyone wants a slice outta MY ass, they ain't never had to be shy about taking a swing.

    I'm...
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    Other stuff to do now, but ISTR you planning an...

    Other stuff to do now, but ISTR you planning an OAK floor in a wet room (bathroom?)

    Better to not do that.

    We've always built our homes from our own local woods.

    Bathroom floors and bedrooms...
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    I'm a retiree with a leaky roof, through-body...

    I'm a retiree with a leaky roof, through-body porcelain tile floors to finish, concrete work to do, and a lot more!

    I don't have time enough to mess with my Old Iron as much as I'd wish to do, let...
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    I had been blessed with outside mentoring, and...

    I had been blessed with outside mentoring, and lots of it, so I was the student who leveled and installed our brand-new JR HS / HS first SB ten "toolroom" AND the cheaper Logan next to it. Then had...
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    LOL! The only thing as ever left South Bend...

    LOL! The only thing as ever left South Bend Indiana as was worth $2,500 or more had four wheels and rubber tires under it!

    The first 10EE was about half that. $1,200 or so?

    It was in running...
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    LOL! "In good condition"? Got a golden spoon...

    LOL! "In good condition"? Got a golden spoon hanging out of yer arse? Mrs. God's high-heeled shoes budget?

    Less than scrap Platinum prices, maybe?

    Why should you have all the luck when the rest...
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    Don't "sir" me! I wore stripes before I wore...

    Don't "sir" me! I wore stripes before I wore bars, never forgot how to work for my tucker!

    :)

    I DID go looking. ALL I could find were dealers showing off that all the mechanicals still worked,...
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    It's a nicely made video, but take it with a...

    It's a nicely made video, but take it with a grain of salt. Or a truckload?
    Don't learn "wrongness".

    He must be self-taught, trying to figure out how to make "some" use of it and "run what he...
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    It is still dead wrong. Lot of "wrong" on the...

    It is still dead wrong.

    Lot of "wrong" on the internet. You Tube even specializes in it!

    :D

    There IS an older term that is proper: "pilot motor".

    As-in the FIRST idler, given any other...
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