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    Hope you downed a good single malt in honor of...

    Hope you downed a good single malt in honor of those 75 years past. It would take another 75 to unwind (sesquicentennial comes to mind). Wish I wasn't aging faster than the 80 year old in the shop....
  2. The smallest camlock fittings I could find were...

    The smallest camlock fittings I could find were for ¾" hose. I think I will go with JIC. Not looking for bling.
  3. That is what I am looking for: a swivel fitting...

    That is what I am looking for: a swivel fitting with a barb.

    This one is JIC:...
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    Its not that simple. Depends completely on the...

    Its not that simple. Depends completely on the wiring diagram for *Your* lathe. Some 10EE's, including mine, use the heater coils to protect only the coolant pump. Here is thread with the...
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    Right, I have drawers within arms length. But...

    Right, I have drawers within arms length. But this is for the tools that are used constantly. mic, spring calipers, small parts just made, notes, t-wrench, toolpost wrench. The lead hammer sits in...
  6. what is the best type of disconnect for coolant hoses

    I need to plumb a new little giant coolant pump for my lathe. The pump takes ½" male fittings, the lathe has ⅜" female for the inlet from the sump and ⅜" male for the coolant pipe/nozzle. I'm...
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    I'm surprised nobody posted a picture like this...

    I'm surprised nobody posted a picture like this one, my usual camlock wrench hanging spot:

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    But here is my latest wrench rack, and its an original round dial part :cool:
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  8. Maybe the endbells were kept to make a...

    Maybe the endbells were kept to make a frankenlathe type of drive. i.e. you have a mount for the 2speed gearbox and a way to support a drive shaft.

    I have the top half of the 2-piece upper...
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    This is really basic stuff. I would like to...

    This is really basic stuff. I would like to help, but given the evidence of what you've done so far, I think your best strategy would be to ask a friend or an electrician to come look.
  10. It turns out it is a rear cover. It has no...

    It turns out it is a rear cover. It has no art-deco bars, just the grills with frames around them. I'm not sure when they eliminated the art deco bars on that cover, but it might be an early square...
  11. Yep, front cover. 19 ¼" wide by maybe 17-18"...

    Yep, front cover. 19 ¼" wide by maybe 17-18" tall. I couldn't quite get to it to get an accurate measure on the height. Complete with knobs. $30 plus shipping. Its cast iron, from a round dial...
  12. I have one of those, I think it is the front...

    I have one of those, I think it is the front cover. I’ll check and get back to you.
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    You're talking about a complete 2 speed gearbox...

    You're talking about a complete 2 speed gearbox with splined output shaft? I have one, but I will only sell it with the 5HP GE DC motor it came on.
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    I have a friend who has two Clausing horizontal...

    I have a friend who has two Clausing horizontal mills for sale, one is a parts machine. The other is in beautiful condition. I can put you in touch if you have any interest.
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    I'll take the tg100's and the smallest 6 in the...

    I'll take the tg100's and the smallest 6 in the first post, i.e. I don't need the two 1 ¼'s
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    The sheaves on one pulley have to match *each...

    The sheaves on one pulley have to match *each other* in diameter. Otherwise the speed of the belts would be different and one would slip. Independent idlers wont help in any way. They only help...
  17. What's the purpose of the hole in the rear spindle bearing (5210) on a 10EE?

    What is the purpose of this hole in the 5210 K used as a rear spindle bearing on the 10EE?

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    Notice that the oil reservoir for the rear spindle bearing is not underneath the 5210, it is...
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    Thanks for posting. The instructions say .004"...

    Thanks for posting. The instructions say .004" clearance MAX. I would aim for less, since I think the flat part of the D1-3 spindle acts like a register, and it is easy to cock the chuck a bit as it...
  19. on a Monarch 10EE the contact surfaces between...

    on a Monarch 10EE the contact surfaces between bed and base casting are scraped, so I would imagine that applies to a CK as well.
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    Here are a couple of pictures for Cal. This is...

    Here are a couple of pictures for Cal. This is the nosepiece that came with the replacement headstock. The 59 has one like this also. It is a bit different from some others I have seen, it has...
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    Click on "Reply to thread"
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    :cheers: :cheers:

    :cheers:

    :cheers:
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    Daryl, the 43204 bearing with the circlip is the...

    Daryl, the 43204 bearing with the circlip is the one at the opposite end of the shaft, below the tach. You are correct, it is not an angular contact, my info came from an ebay listing. The ND...
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    I found these shims inside the fwd/reverse shaft...

    I found these shims inside the fwd/reverse shaft cover on the 59 headstock. I guess they were used to fine tune the bearing preset on the 43204 (angular contact bearing) at the inboard end of the...
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    The part I was asking about is the column top on...

    The part I was asking about is the column top on a Deckel mill. The horizontal Y axis ram is longer, and is the moving part. The column top is shorter and always covered by the ram.

    I’ve heard...
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