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    too nice to part out....now that you asked on PM...

    too nice to part out....now that you asked on PM they will pop up on eBay...the sellers that have such things watch PM.....within a week two will show up.:)
  2. If it's a full on metric machine you will spend...

    If it's a full on metric machine you will spend twice what it's worth to convert it.....huge second on the notion to have 2nd one for imperial.
  3. hmmm, seems there is also a version with the...

    hmmm, seems there is also a version with the mounting holes on the perimeter where they would be cut away anyhow..

    SHARS 6" 4 JAW INDEPENDENT LATHE CHUCK WITH CERTIFICATE NEW | eBay

    I'll...
  4. ZK, you will hate this, but if nothing else one...

    ZK, you will hate this, but if nothing else one of these could be cut up as the bodies are from a solid, making it possibly good fodder for your purpose-
    ...
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    cutout and the hole are where the lever collet...

    cutout and the hole are where the lever collet closer would go.
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    Yes, 1933 model 20 "toolmaker" - pretty rare...

    Yes, 1933 model 20 "toolmaker" - pretty rare actually.

    See here,courtesy of SBLWorkshop-

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/1933_Circular_No.9-G/1933_Circular_No.9-G.pdf
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    I cannot agree with using it on a center in the...

    I cannot agree with using it on a center in the headstock....that would assume *perfect* alignment of the tailstock with the head, a condition that is exceedingly rare in a used machine, and if not...
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    I would probably just use whatever the manual...

    I would probably just use whatever the manual states(SAE20? Or 30?) or maybe use the DTE ISO equivalent.

    EDIT- just occurred to me that was a useless answer as your machine is a plain bearing with...
  9. Suggest reaching out to Ted. [email protected]

    Suggest reaching out to Ted.

    [email protected]
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    I mean no disrespect, but I think you may have...

    I mean no disrespect, but I think you may have better luck on the homeshopmachinst site, several members here are also there too and you can mention whatever machine you have.

    good luck.
  11. I can only find 7 pitch stub acme, and those are...

    I can only find 7 pitch stub acme, and those are solid carbides, not inserts.

    now, my gray matter isn't working very well today, but if this is a stub form I think you could use a 8tpi insert and...
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    be careful with this one....could end up a...

    be careful with this one....could end up a bottomless money pit real easy.

    someone was taking parts off it, could be a reason....investigation before investment is wise.

    as it no doubt needs it...
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    1 ply works too, right up to the point you get a...

    1 ply works too, right up to the point you get a stinky finger.

    then you wished you had sprung for 2 ply

    it's the better choice IME. :)
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    What are you going to use an MT4 reamer on? be...

    What are you going to use an MT4 reamer on?

    be very gentle with the MT3 in the tail stock quill, turn by hand only, don't try to make it look like new, just knock down any burrs or high spots.
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    That's an ALoris A2 tool post...they still sell...

    That's an ALoris A2 tool post...they still sell it and the holders.

    EDIT- here is is, you may have to call.

    A2 Tool Post and Model A2 Miniature Tool Holder Set - Aloris Tool Posts | Quick...
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    a pic will clear things up.

    a pic will clear things up.
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    if I'm not mistaken he means the outboard side,...

    if I'm not mistaken he means the outboard side, common mod on a SB to replace the washer with a needle thrust bearing.
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    ah, it's the rare NOCEM lathe....can't wait to...

    ah, it's the rare NOCEM lathe....can't wait to see the pics because obviously I have never seen one.:)
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    Better than Roton to deal with IME- Green Bay...

    Better than Roton to deal with IME-

    Green Bay Manufacturing
  20. your #3 option is where I would start...nothing...

    your #3 option is where I would start...nothing to damage there and it's nice to be able to tap true when needed...should be enough room to allow .010"


    .002-.003" on your plate is not good...
  21. the slightly loose register won't matter. ...

    the slightly loose register won't matter.

    clutch may simply need adjustment. Here is a scan courtesy of the SBLWorkshop that may help-
    http://www.wswells.com/data/parts/2003.pdf

    congrats on...
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    I agree, and I do think they changed it pretty...

    I agree, and I do think they changed it pretty quick...I won't swear to it as I may have been messing with a hack repair job but it *looked* like a factory part otherwise.
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    Should be,Limy...but I'm guessing this is for an...

    Should be,Limy...but I'm guessing this is for an early super 11..it had a 10tpi thread with a 14mm diameter 55 deg...if so, switch it to acme or trap IMO.
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    don't overspeed your lathe beyond manufacturers...

    don't overspeed your lathe beyond manufacturers recommendations.
    use appropriate tooling...either HSS sticks or carbide, and for the carbide call here, the man knows his stuff.(edit- I see that was...
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    I would not say poor engineering. I would say...

    I would not say poor engineering.
    I would say engineered for a purpose.

    military mobile shop in the middle of nowhere, machine for keeping other stuff going it needed to be as simple as possible...
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