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    The spindle was 7 or 7.5HP. Sorry, I didn't save...

    The spindle was 7 or 7.5HP. Sorry, I didn't save any of the feed trips or levers. I might have pictures of them though if that helps(?)
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    The manual's been uploaded to Vintage...

    The manual's been uploaded to Vintage Machinery.org

    D. E. Whiton Machine Co. - Publication Reprints - Whiton Automatic Gear Cutter Manual | VintageMachinery.org

    Enjoy!
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    Ok, I've got the manual scanned. It's a bigger...

    Ok, I've got the manual scanned. It's a bigger file (73mb when compressed or so) so I might need to send it via Dropbox or something.

    The manual is from 1909, and is for a machine newer than the...
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    Interesting piece behind the cross-slide. I'm...

    Interesting piece behind the cross-slide. I'm guessing it's part of a follow rest since it's not attached to the cross-slide? I've seen some like that home-made, not an original cast iron one.
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    If there isn't a press in solution for the...

    If there isn't a press in solution for the headstock oilers, I'd make a pair of ball-toppers for them (easy first project). They're just little drop in plugs to keep the chips out that a lot of...
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    267358 South Bend Lathe Works - Publication...

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    South Bend Lathe Works - Publication Reprints - How To Run A Lathe 55th Edition | VintageMachinery.org
    Not all of the oiling points would have or need oil cups. Some were just holes. I'd...
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    Just a little disclosure on my part: I hope...

    Just a little disclosure on my part: I hope nobody thinks that when they are leveling a bed they are seriously torq-ing it into an abnormal position. Ideally, you are just trying to re-establish how...
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    Old Logan's have the head casting aligned via one...

    Old Logan's have the head casting aligned via one of the V-ways, so it would take a serious hit to throw it off IMO. Is the bed level?

    Logan's have thin bed castings. They do well for their class...
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    That thing sure looks bare for tools and...

    That thing sure looks bare for tools and features, but you've got the jack-shaft assembly! You're ahead of some other first timers I've seen.

    Depending on what you are wanting to do, once it's...
  10. If cutting walls/doors isn't an option, the only...

    If cutting walls/doors isn't an option, the only thing I can think of is dismantling the machine, which might be even MORE of a hassle depending on your skill-set.

    Being in a rental might be a...
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    I've got a little beat up one in my tool box of...

    I've got a little beat up one in my tool box of the same design. I always thought it was a shop made piece. I think sometimes they would include a difficult feature in the design (like the tear-drop...
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    Definitely will! It might need to go via Email...

    Definitely will! It might need to go via Email though. I'll post a pic of what I have and If anyone wants a PDF of it, PM me an email address.
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    For Reference (thanks to the Vintage Machinery...

    For Reference (thanks to the Vintage Machinery site):

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    WTB: Whiton Gear Cutter

    Another one of my crazy pie-n-the-sky dreams here:

    Our shop apparently had a Whiton Gear Cutting machine in the past. When we bought the Randall Company in 2006, they still had the manual for the...
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    I've got tool envy! I've been wanting to replace...

    I've got tool envy! I've been wanting to replace our oddball Elliott (British) 8x20 hydraulic surface grinder with an 8x24 American Iron equivalent. Those 4" are sorely missed at times.
  16. Looks like a bore gauge with some kind of outer...

    Looks like a bore gauge with some kind of outer depth stop?

    Edit: oh I see it now: It works perpendicular to the bore and the "depth stop" is the other side of the indicator. Looks to be...
  17. Looks great! So nice to see an old machine get...

    Looks great! So nice to see an old machine get treated properly with no repair spared!:D That looks like a close fit getting it into the garage too.

    I like the Warhawk theme you're going for. I...
  18. Well the REAL test will be to put a nice B&S test...

    Well the REAL test will be to put a nice B&S test indicator on the table and jog the table from one side to the other and stop the indicators needle on a tenth.:D;) Cheapo indicators don't work was...
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    IMO this would be a good lathe for a CNC shop for...

    IMO this would be a good lathe for a CNC shop for deburing parts, polishing, and all the other little simple things that might take place while the other machines are doing their thing.
  20. Cosmetic "defect" from casting. Doesn't effect...

    Cosmetic "defect" from casting. Doesn't effect the casting functionally or otherwise. Often stuff like that will get filled with bondo, paint, be ground clean, or just ignored all together. If this...
  21. Did you get the seal packing issue on the Beast...

    Did you get the seal packing issue on the Beast resolved?
  22. A lathe in your garage is worth two online.:D ...

    A lathe in your garage is worth two online.:D

    Agree'd with the above sentiment. You might have been able to get something cheaper, but there's no Blue Book value on these things. You get what you...
  23. I need an excuse to touch up my big straight...

    I need an excuse to touch up my big straight edges (6' and 4' dovetail), but I doubt I'll be able to break away during the week. I'll give you a call.
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    "Push" Lube Pump for Zerk Base...

    "Push" Lube Pump for Zerk Base

    Simple off the shelf solution. I bought one of these for our Delta Rockwell lathe that has zerks all over the place.

    I don't know about your specific application,...
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    South Bend re-manufactured their own machines at...

    South Bend re-manufactured their own machines at times. I've always got the impression that the "standard" for what passed at the factory would vary at times depending on when it was made, how backed...
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