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    Further to that - do you have the right stud gear...

    Further to that - do you have the right stud gear installed? There are two of them to choose from

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    A look at your chart on your quick change gear box in the first column on left will...
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    That's a fine looking pinion Kevin

    That's a fine looking pinion Kevin
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    Looks just fine Matt

    Looks just fine Matt
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    Last activity of the owner romyald was the end of...

    Last activity of the owner romyald was the end of 2017
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    "Pi" divided by Diametral Pitch is circular pitch...

    "Pi" divided by Diametral Pitch is circular pitch

    Say you had 8 DP

    "Pi" / 8 = .3927 CP

    Conversely, "pi" divided by CP is DP

    "Pi" / .25 = 12.5664 DP
  6. They were not fast because it wasn't done that...

    They were not fast because it wasn't done that way 70 or so years ago on small light duty lathes

    Handy info from those days

    Especially Running A Regal

    R. K. LeBlond Machine Tool Co. -...
  7. Yep - pretty early - they were up to 3257 as of...

    Yep - pretty early - they were up to 3257 as of 1927

    I have had my '47 No. 4 for nearly 30 years and love it
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    Has an "H" in serial if it does

    Has an "H" in serial if it does
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    Here is my old write up on their lead screw...

    Here is my old write up on their lead screw reverse / threading system

    Starts at Post #17

    Hendey lathe "emergency"!

    have fun
  10. Somewhat older 20" "standard" Model X was 7600...

    Somewhat older 20" "standard" Model X was 7600 (30" centers) and 400 more for each additional 2 ft between centers. I'd fully expect the PT to be heavier
  11. Common on more than one bed section on LONG lathe...

    Common on more than one bed section on LONG lathe type equipment - where the end faces of the bed sections are aligned and then in situ drilled and reamed with big reamers like this for big (and non...
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    They all have lead screw reverse - does this...

    They all have lead screw reverse - does this allow reversing of spindle?

    Manual if you need it

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/hendey/1940-Hendey-Op-Man.pdf

    have fun
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    Have this contraption. Clark #4 does 2 1/2 to 4"...

    Have this contraption. Clark #4 does 2 1/2 to 4" and has 4MT shank. I think its more sheet metal intended

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    Or whatever you need to do 322537322538

    Or whatever you need to do

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    Likely NOT a CW, but here is a "near" manual. ...

    Likely NOT a CW, but here is a "near" manual. Yours has lead screw reverse (lever right end of apron up high) which the CW did not have

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2103/25363.pdf

    have fun...
  16. 322470 A guess would be this plunger takes...

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    A guess would be this plunger takes rack pinion out of engagement with rack gear
  17. Thread: Sb 8183 c

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    It could be a forties 14 1/2 Toolroom - 14 5/8"...

    It could be a forties 14 1/2 Toolroom - 14 5/8" diameter actual capacity

    You raise it by making yourself some raising blocks - one for flat way and one for vee way

    Then you clamp it down with...
  18. Like my Sears two stage Cambell Hausfield - 5 HP...

    Like my Sears two stage Cambell Hausfield - 5 HP three phase, 80 gal vertical I bought new in 1984

    I don't run it any more - even though its but 37 years from new

    Who knows how far along it has...
  19. If you are going to own ancient stuff that is...

    If you are going to own ancient stuff that is orphan in every way, you'll have to get used to the idea of MAKING stuff for it. This mostly eliminates the concept of BUYING stuff that fits it -...
  20. One of the how-to threads on posting photos ...

    One of the how-to threads on posting photos

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

    have fun
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    And is the apron geared or not? If you are using...

    And is the apron geared or not? If you are using the half nuts ( which ARE for threading) and should be using the gearing in the apron and its clutch you need to change your ways

    Such questions...
  22. Here is a scan (from February 1926) which...

    Here is a scan (from February 1926) which suggests that if you assume the big (54 tooth) one is on this drawing, then the large gear of the compound would be 42 and the small would be 21 - but your...
  23. Those two stub shaft holes you can see have some...

    Those two stub shaft holes you can see have some nice machining - like close fits for the collar on the shaft that fit in the counter bore part of the holes.

    This suggests to me that it would be a...
  24. Member TexasAggie may be willing to photograph...

    Member TexasAggie may be willing to photograph that end for you of the 24" of mine that he has now. Its includes a simple casting holding gears that you can "rock" on its pivot to reverse lead screw...
  25. Bearings for spindle are a detail part of head...

    Bearings for spindle are a detail part of head stock , are "plain", meaning made from Bronze or Babbitt or other "white metal" - they are not something you "buy" - more like you make or have made -...
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