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  1. What does lever say? I'll guess the lever is...

    What does lever say? I'll guess the lever is maybe a clamping deal and the knob turns to select things like the "1" in above post (and on your chart) - check it out
  2. Here is a GUESS on some of it. You have some...

    Here is a GUESS on some of it. You have some more to figure out, like how to set the 30 / 45 / 1.

    I'll further GUESS that the 30 and 45 are "standard" installed gears - like the gear "picture" ...
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    This one got installed that way (wheels off)...

    This one got installed that way (wheels off) about 30 years ago
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    Here is the sixth page

    Here is the sixth page
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    I'll scan the six pages of Patent 1,972,373 (4...

    I'll scan the six pages of Patent 1,972,373 (4 September 1934) here in a bit and edit them in here. Not exact as far as what actuates them, but may be useful/helpful as far as internal parts and how...
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    Still have the "glass window" in end of TA? Mine...

    Still have the "glass window" in end of TA? Mine went missing at some point in the dim past. The glass is helpful in that I suppose it did some magnification and also possessed an index line. I...
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    SW Putnam "Tubular" Bed 24" X 12 Foot

    Were they all marked "SW" or is that just "earlier"?

    Metal Lathe - tools - by owner - sale

    Wonder how far back SP owned this. I think used be in East Houston a big SP shop facility

    Always...
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    Have a mm pitch gauge? How does 2.25 look? ...

    Have a mm pitch gauge? How does 2.25 look? Better or worse than 11 TPI?

    I'd be interested in the answer to question above - is the ship mostly metric or mostly Imperial?

    Some givens.....
    ...
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    The "old blue" here is serenely comforted to know...

    The "old blue" here is serenely comforted to know that at least TWO resident GENIUSES are on the job :D
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    Bone up on pipe threads. A 1 1/2 pipe thread is...

    Bone up on pipe threads. A 1 1/2 pipe thread is considerably larger than 1 1/2 - but not so small as 1.732:D
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    Got the ring nuts that go on the draw rod? There...

    Got the ring nuts that go on the draw rod? There are four - a pair chuck end of bed clamp bracket and a pair tail end of bracket

    Have the ball bearing T/A? Mine was full of stuck bearings.
  12. Probably similar to this CM drawing - big...

    Probably similar to this CM drawing - big bearings inside pulley
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    Be nice to know if they are worth bothering with....

    Be nice to know if they are worth bothering with. Mine soldiers on issue free in its 15th year. Of course it never had to really work for a living. Only thing that craps out in this system is the...
  14. The diagonal cross girts in bed casting do...

    The diagonal cross girts in bed casting do suggest that
  15. Follow rest normally - or just get some round...

    Follow rest normally - or just get some round stock

    Maybe helpful and also FREE

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/5795.pdf
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    Under the rear overhang - very often hidden by...

    Under the rear overhang - very often hidden by electrical enclosure
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    6K large diameter is 1.160" - considerably...

    6K large diameter is 1.160" - considerably larger than big end of #3 taper
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    What breaks? Aluminum? Maybe they are clueless...

    What breaks? Aluminum? Maybe they are clueless about so-so and actually strong aluminum - or equally clueless about over a dozen stress riser grooves needing to be just so in design and execution
  19. Likely be helpful to give a clue about metal

    Likely be helpful to give a clue about metal
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    The one in the 3613 bandsaw was just worn down on...

    The one in the 3613 bandsaw was just worn down on the pulley fit by Bubba not paying attention

    I left the front bearing on - PUT IT IN THE STEADY REST - and turned to clean up true.

    Since that...
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    On the CW16, I have one position on one shift...

    On the CW16, I have one position on one shift lever that that over shoots pin FIVE-EIGHTS of an inch, so I just drop in a wood wedge (between pin and lever) and never worry about it
  22. Thumbnails are both Patent Head and Cone head 16...

    Thumbnails are both Patent Head and Cone head 16 from 1910 catalog
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    And in the knee

    And in the knee
  24. Since it seems the rotary switches' wiring has...

    Since it seems the rotary switches' wiring has not been disturbed, it is very likely the contacts are needing some help

    Thumbnail is a giant Westinghouse rotary switch - the heavy copper contacts...
  25. And showing the hidden lock screws back side...

    And showing the hidden lock screws back side interfering with two of four chuck mount holes. The reason for either thickness or larger bolt circle
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