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    Update to broaching a 7/8" square hole

    From time to time when someone asks me to do a job, information is lacking to varying degrees. Generally important details are left out or in some cases just not known about when discussing the job....
  2. Lots of good ideas guys, thanks for taking the...

    Lots of good ideas guys, thanks for taking the time to reply. The reference to Joe Pie's video was an excellent tip. The question as to can I make money with this job remains to be seen. I can...
  3. Good Idea, many thanks.

    Good Idea, many thanks.
  4. Not quite sure. I'm assuming a standard 3" blind...

    Not quite sure. I'm assuming a standard 3" blind flange thickness probably 1/2" to 5/8".
  5. WOW, I never even thought about this approach....

    WOW, I never even thought about this approach. Thanks
  6. Yeah, it's looking like this is going to be the...

    Yeah, it's looking like this is going to be the most cost effective way to get the job done.
  7. I have a shaper but it's not working at the...

    I have a shaper but it's not working at the moment otherwise I'd probably use it.
  8. How can I broach a 7/8" square hole in a 3" diameter blind flange inexpensively

    I have a small job coming in the shop in a couple days and I don't have the proper size broach to do the job. And, the job isn't big enough to warrant buying a new or even a used 7/8" square broach...
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    Cincinnati Slotting Head For Sale

    New Old Stock, Fits Cincinnati Model 2 series horizontal milling machines. Stamped on the housing are #64563RF and #35468, Year unknown but appears to be a late model. $1000. If interested send me...
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    Yes, I see that I placed it in the wrong section....

    Yes, I see that I placed it in the wrong section. I will repost. My apologies.

    I have posted in the tools and accessories section.

    Ron
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    Cincinnati Slotting Head For Sale

    New Old Stock, Fits Cincinnati Model 2 series horizontal milling machines. Stamped on the housing are #64563RF and #35468, Year unknown but appears to be a late model. $1000. If interested send me a...
  12. Check your PM's

    Check your PM's
  13. Thank you for the arbor support distance. It...

    Thank you for the arbor support distance. It verifies what I found out during my research.

    The over arm support is indeed 6 1/8" from the bottom of the over arm to the center of the arbor support...
  14. John, it's much cheaper than you would think...

    John, it's much cheaper than you would think because back hauls to the lower 48 states are for the most part empty. It's freight to Alaska that's a killer.
  15. Blackrainstorm thanks for the interest. I have no...

    Blackrainstorm thanks for the interest. I have no idea of freight cost to Virginia but I know freight out of Alaska is very cheap as most containers go South pretty much empty. For example I recently...
  16. WOW, many thanks for your time and effort to help...

    WOW, many thanks for your time and effort to help me. Additional research has indicated that they fit most of the Cincinnati # 2 model horizontal milling machines. Thank you again.
  17. Hi John, Many thanks for stepping up to the...

    Hi John,

    Many thanks for stepping up to the plate with information. I figured if anyone could help me it would be you. And, as you probably already guessed I'm not energetic enough to take them...
  18. Help me identify these Cincinnati attachments, Please

    I have the following Cincinnati attachments but have no idea which machine they will fit so am asking for help. Except for the gear cutter which will fit many machines I have no idea what the others...
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    jancollc, Thanks for the valuable repair tip....

    jancollc,

    Thanks for the valuable repair tip. I would have never considered setting up and adjusting so the heel doesn't drag on the concrete, thanks. I will try to provide photos of the repair...
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    tc429, Thanks for the link to Intella Lift...

    tc429,

    Thanks for the link to Intella Lift parts it will certainly save me a few bucks. Have a good day.
    Ron
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    Steve, Thanks for the link to the chain...

    Steve,

    Thanks for the link to the chain catalog. Also, never considered putting a 4 X 4 under the carriage. Thanks

    Ron
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    This my newly purchased lift. It's a 2002 Toyota...

    This my newly purchased lift. It's a 2002 Toyota 7FGU30, with a FSV mast, 9300 hrs, solid cushion tires, dual fuel gas/LPG, 5600 lb lift per data plate.

    It's got a bit of rust and corrosion going...
  23. Joe, I tried to send you a PM but your box is...

    Joe,

    I tried to send you a PM but your box is full so I'll give you the message in front of God and and everyone.

    Joe,

    I just wanted to reach out and thank you in a more personal way for ...
  24. johnoder thanks for the link. That's...

    johnoder thanks for the link.



    That's exactly what I thought when I first saw it. I'm use to seeing threaded or L spindles on this vintage Leblond's
  25. Any know about these older Leblond Regal lathes? Photos Included

    I have an opportunity to get this lathe but I'm wondering if it would be worth it. The only Leblond lathe experience I have is with a 15" Dual Drive which is a deluxe machine. I've never really...
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