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  1. Thread: Heavy 10 Paint

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    Don, you probably already know but it is against...

    Don, you probably already know but it is against the law in florida to paint your lathe gray or green...
  2. Mark, i'm glad you are at least thinking about...

    Mark, i'm glad you are at least thinking about the integrity of the tank. Years of unknown / deferred maintenance are always a factor on used equipment. Jim
  3. The stickys are a wealth of knowledge: South Bend...

    The stickys are a wealth of knowledge: South Bend Recommended Lubricants Most of the lubricants listed are fairly easy to find, although not in smaller than 1 gallon sizes sometimes. Hope this helps....
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    Glad I could be of some help JK. I used John Knox...

    Glad I could be of some help JK. I used John Knox for a belt on an old stamping press, as I remember it was a reasonable price for its size. I had guessed at it being a printing press, some more...
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    Blending the fat side might be the easiest...

    Blending the fat side might be the easiest depending on the amount you have to take off. Jim
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    Great save JK. There are still a couple of...

    Great save JK. There are still a couple of suppliers that will make new leather belts to order if you decide to replace the old ones, but treating them with neat's foot oil may help in the meantime....
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    That area that you live in sure is beautiful Joe,...

    That area that you live in sure is beautiful Joe, if you didn't have Cuomo and upstate winter it sure would be tempting to move back east. A friend of mine lives in Acra,I have visited him several...
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    Doc, you would have probably made a great shop...

    Doc, you would have probably made a great shop teacher... speaking for myself I always seem to learn something new or useful from your machine journals. Thanks, Jim
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    Hi Doc, if you can't find a source for the clutch...

    Hi Doc, if you can't find a source for the clutch disc's, this place may be able to reline what you have: FRICTION MATERIALS, CLUTCH FACINGS, BONDED FRICTION MATERIALS & BRAKE LININGS Jim
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    if I am not mistaken,oval windows ended in 1957...

    if I am not mistaken,oval windows ended in 1957...
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    from the looks of it it does look like a pretty...

    from the looks of it it does look like a pretty early single port 6 volt engine, based on the exhaust system and generator. The engine would more likely be of interest to someone restoring a pre 1958...
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    I suppose you have already discounted boring it...

    I suppose you have already discounted boring it and using a bushing... Jim
  13. Welcome Rob, pictures would be good. Being that...

    Welcome Rob, pictures would be good. Being that parts are probably non existent, it would depend on your ability to make anything that you might need.this can be a challenge even if you are skilled...
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    Welcome to the forum Apster. Interesting old...

    Welcome to the forum Apster. Interesting old machine, what's the backstory? Oil everything you can religiously and you will probably get another 100 years out of her. Jim
  15. Thread: What is it?

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    looks like a homemade 5C collet chuck, or...

    looks like a homemade 5C collet chuck, or something similar.
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    I always wonder on these threads if the OP ever...

    I always wonder on these threads if the OP ever got his issue sorted out and if so what he did...
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    Doc's posts are like Joe Michael's narratives...

    Doc's posts are like Joe Michael's narratives...
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    A friend of mine built houses years ago up in...

    A friend of mine built houses years ago up in Alaska. He showed me pictures of a blow-up,fan fed,outer structure that they used to build the house under, sortof like a kids jolly jump. If I remember...
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    Alaskan's I am told are a hardier breed than the...

    Alaskan's I am told are a hardier breed than the rest of us. They are known to work out in 50 below weather in nothing but shorts and a tee shirt and think nothing of it.(of course, this is in the...
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    obviously one should never underestimate...

    obviously one should never underestimate perseverance and a healthy supply of curse words... nice work as usual Doc, your attention to the small details is what makes your work so interesting, and I...
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    Splinter, do you have pictures of what you are...

    Splinter, do you have pictures of what you are looking for? (the spring and lever) Jim
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    Sad to hear about your friend Andy, he sounded...

    Sad to hear about your friend Andy, he sounded like a real interesting fellow to know. Thanks for posting a picture of him. I for some reason am always curious about what people who post here, (and...
  23. maybe H & W ?

    maybe H & W ?
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    It is indeed an impressive machine. I for one...

    It is indeed an impressive machine. I for one would like to see any pictures of you rigging it to get it where it is... Jim
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    I toured the New Jersey several years ago and was...

    I toured the New Jersey several years ago and was mightily disappointed that I could not see the machine shop or the engine room, so i am looking forward to at least see it online. (the tour of the...
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