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  1. The external weep hole and the passages for the...

    The external weep hole and the passages for the front reservoir overflow are separated by the flange itself. I think if oil were coming in that way, it would have to over-fill the front reservoir...
  2. pbungum had the spindle out of his 54'...

    pbungum had the spindle out of his 54' square-dial and we worked through the details of the oil overflow passage in the headstock and the front bearing retainer. Start at post #64 and see also post...
  3. I don't recall anyone mentioning this before. ...

    I don't recall anyone mentioning this before.

    It sounds like you have the headstock with three oil sight glasses. If so, it's a mystery how any amount of oil can move from the center reservoir...
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    Sticky: Here's the image:...

    Ron[/QUOTE]
    Here's the image:
    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/attachments/f10/36839d1312284504-43-ee-will-only-turn-1250-a-mg-unit.jpg

    Cal
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    Do you have the rest of a Modular Drive? Scisso...

    Do you have the rest of a Modular Drive? Scisso doesn't have a complete drive, just the "module" part of a Modular Drive and C16J replacements. You need all the relays, transformers, etc., from the...
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    Bob hasn't been on here in over 3 years. You...

    Bob hasn't been on here in over 3 years. You could try e-mailing him.

    Cal
  7. I'm not sure which pair you're calling reverse, I...

    I'm not sure which pair you're calling reverse, I assume that they are EE-2110 and EE-1099? How many teeth on each gear?

    The 1941 round-dial headstock drawing (EE-99) calls out the two clutch...
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    The drawing from post #6...

    The drawing from post #6 appears to be a section of Monarch drawing 202.268, the version from 1969. This is for the single oil sight glass version of the headstock, which is circa 1967. This would be...
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    You need to change the file extension form...

    You need to change the file extension form ".jpeg" to ".jpg" before you upload them. If you're using Windows, you can use File Explorer to edit the file name and change the extension.

    Cal
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    No, it's the opposite. You need to change the...

    No, it's the opposite. You need to change the ".jpeg" extension to ".jpg" to get the images to post at a decent size. For reasons known only to the Forum Gods, files with a ".jpeg" extension get...
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    I think I would first see what a local shop would...

    I think I would first see what a local shop would charge to redo those leads and maybe re-varnish the coils while they're in there. Then you'll basically have a new motor.

    Cal
  12. Thanks! Cal

    Thanks!

    Cal
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    I stumbled across these photos of the USS Iowa's...

    I stumbled across these photos of the USS Iowa's machine shop: USS Iowa machine shop - photos - HomemadeTools.net

    It includes a couple of photos of the Iowa's Sidney lathe.

    Cal
  14. And the problem with using a 3000 Ohm plus a 200...

    And the problem with using a 3000 Ohm plus a 200 Ohm resistor (which happen to be the OEM size), vs. two 1600 Ohm resistors, is? Unless I'm missing something here, the "resistive value matches...
  15. Dave, EE-3216 is correct for your machine as...

    Dave,

    EE-3216 is correct for your machine as far as I can tell. Unless there's a version out there that includes the coolant pump, but I've never seen the coolant pump wiring show up on any...
  16. I don't see a Variable Reverse Speed Control...

    I don't see a Variable Reverse Speed Control (VRSC) box on the back, so if the forward and reverse speeds aren't about the same, it's probably brush timing.

    You probably already know this but:...
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    Both the 1939 patent and the 1939 10EE brochure...

    Both the 1939 patent and the 1939 10EE brochure show dual V-belts. I can't find a single example of a Sundstrand drive machine with a flat belt in my photo archive. That doesn't mean that they don't...
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    Dave, The spindle lock switch was a...

    Dave,

    The spindle lock switch was a square-dial feature. But I don't think that tailstock's is original to the machine.

    Cal
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    If you need tubes, the Scissio Controls C16J...

    If you need tubes, the Scissio Controls C16J modules are great, direct replacement:
    For Monarch 10ee Lathe

    Cal
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    You might want to go into your profile and enable...

    You might want to go into your profile and enable e-mail messages as well.

    Cal
  21. E-mail sent. Thanks Karl! Cal

    E-mail sent. Thanks Karl!

    Cal
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    https://www.parker.com/literature/SSD%20Drives/DC%...

    https://www.parker.com/literature/SSD%20Drives/DC%20Drives/HA463296.pdf
    page 2-1: main AC contactor

    If you do what hitandmiss did, using the existing spindle control switch and speed control...
  23. You've easily got $1000 worth of tooling alone. I...

    You've easily got $1000 worth of tooling alone. I can't tell from the one photo of the lathe whether it's a round- or square-dial machine; it could be either with that build date. Brushes are cheap,...
  24. John, Thanks for the explanation. Do you have any...

    John, Thanks for the explanation. Do you have any idea if, during the "EE" prefix drawing days, they would have generated an assembly drawing for each version of a unit. For example, I know that...
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    It's not like you can just plug in a Parker drive...

    It's not like you can just plug in a Parker drive (actually two drives) and go. You have a lot of wiring to do plus parts such as relays, switches, potentiometers, terminal strips, etc., to locate...
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