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  1. May be helpful ...

    May be helpful

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    Though I think it relates to those "other" devices
  2. Your soon-to-arrive "TOOLS" will "splain"...

    Your soon-to-arrive "TOOLS" will "splain" everything

    I expect the collets laying in the pan are the PUSH OUT variety - but there are also "draw backs" - not necessarily for the same machine
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  3. Moot so far. Matt's great images suggest way...

    Moot so far. Matt's great images suggest way smaller if the threaded nose is actually 2 3/8 - 8. The old 3 had the same spindle bore as the later M-1330 number 2 - and that old #3 has 4 7/8 OD nose...
  4. Need to know "M" number stamped on head stock. ...

    Need to know "M" number stamped on head stock.

    One of them was the M-1330

    Oldies had threaded spindle nose, not so old has A type, six inch size. From your photo I would definitely say threaded...
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    Similar looking. This is a page in South Bend...

    Similar looking.

    This is a page in South Bend Catalog 50-A from March 1940

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    None dedicated for any of them The catalog...

    None dedicated for any of them

    The catalog #50-A shows 13 gears laying on the table apart from the few mounted in place
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    Has the listing for heaters for the 709 - but you...

    Has the listing for heaters for the 709 - but you will have to look at yours and see what "size" it is like a 1

    allen bradley heaters for starters - Bing
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    Lots more than compound but maybe you will want...

    Lots more than compound but maybe you will want it. Funny carriage assembly is for gap bed 11"

    South Bend 11" swing 127A lathe parts - tools - by owner - sale
  9. Probably useful to know that even the best...

    Probably useful to know that even the best Babbitt alloys MELT at around 900F

    Also probably useful to know that 718 exists in two forms - Solution Annealed and Heat Treated - which is exceedingly...
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    Owned a CW16 for over 20 years - never been to...

    Owned a CW16 for over 20 years - never been to the 700 top end yet

    If you want to go faster, at least disconnect oil lines to spindle bearings and see if they actually flow oil thru the Bijur...
  11. Thread: WTB back gear

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    Ted may have such a thing ...

    Ted may have such a thing

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/members/sblatheman/
  12. Jan of '60 would be me - inducted October '59 -...

    Jan of '60 would be me - inducted October '59 - tried to be a MR (or Machinery Repairman - the apprentices involved in the actual making of this found project) but had my mind changed by a pair of...
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    No "how to run them" in Monarch manuals - mostly...

    No "how to run them" in Monarch manuals - mostly how to maintain them. All "C" manuals are about the slimmest thing you can imagine

    ALL the "C" Monarchs have open feed gearing - spray on tacky...
  14. Anything bad can be expected without

    Anything bad can be expected without
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    I'd guess that is an escapee from a steam...

    I'd guess that is an escapee from a steam locomotive repair facility
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    Prime Pump? I'd guess this pipe plug upper...

    Prime Pump?

    I'd guess this pipe plug upper rear head stock has to do with that chore - if needed

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    I think lateral movement in a helical pair just...

    I think lateral movement in a helical pair just requires a bit of "unscrewing":D

    If that is possible
  18. Correct - not on CW16 Although it was pointed...

    Correct - not on CW16

    Although it was pointed out to me recently that the single tooth business is in there, just not the fancy apron control working it:D

    You can stand by the head stock and...
  19. Also quite the antique - one can tell by the...

    Also quite the antique - one can tell by the shift levers and the clutch control up there. Could be the eight speed version, and predates D type spindle nose
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    Also known as C932 Bearing Bronze

    Also known as C932 Bearing Bronze
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    Hendeyman posted his email in Post #1 here ...

    Hendeyman posted his email in Post #1 here
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    Photo posting info ...

    Photo posting info

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos
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    Made in 1952. Member hendeyman may have a part...

    Made in 1952. Member hendeyman may have a part or two. He may have time to stop by and comment

    You can read what he wrote about the similar No. 1 parts situation at post 11 here.

    Mystery...
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    Another thing (or two) Only oil is DOWN IN...

    Another thing (or two)

    Only oil is DOWN IN SUMP on back - none in head stock (if you pour it in with the top cover off it will head on down to sump)

    So......that oil pump HAS TO BE WORKING
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    Here are some photos of the tray Phil describes -...

    Here are some photos of the tray Phil describes - it has "holes" in just the right places to let the oil thru:D

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