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  1. Michiganbuck, I was originally looking for a...

    Michiganbuck,

    I was originally looking for a 1.5HP motor to match what the manufacturer installed, but a friend (who wanted a 3600RPM motor offered me his practically brand new Leeson 2HP TEFC for...
  2. After a few weeks of cleaning the machine,...

    After a few weeks of cleaning the machine, repairing missing/broken oil cups, repairing a leak in the casting beneath one the oil roller reservoirs, removing/cleaning the table, de-gunkifying all the...
  3. CamKong, they were helpful in that they confirm...

    CamKong, they were helpful in that they confirm just how many parts I'm missing to try and reconstruct the base-motor driven spindle. In particular, the idle arm that sticks out the back. My machine...
  4. Brown and Sharpe No. 13 - Help with converting back to base motor-driven spindle

    Gentlemen,

    For those who have a Brown and Sharpe No 13 Universal and Tool Grinder prior to 1952 that uses oil cups and drives the spindle using a flat belt powered by the motor in the base (i.e....
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