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    I spun the head around so that I could put the...

    I spun the head around so that I could put the quill in from above, but it is going in the correct way. I only heard it run once but it sounded ok at that time. I did not feel it for heat, but he has...
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    Hi Elwood,serial number is 6J1V5D-700 as far as I...

    Hi Elwood,serial number is 6J1V5D-700 as far as I can see. The quill was impossible to move ever since my son in law obtained the mill. The whole head is stripped at this time and well cleaned but...
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    Hi Elwood, it is not really an issue of parts...

    Hi Elwood, it is not really an issue of parts missing, the quill in its bore is too tight and I need to loosen it up so that it will move up and down. Right now I cannot move it using the handle....
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    Mike, I don’t have a way of taking a picture...

    Mike, I don’t have a way of taking a picture easily. Other mike, yes, the lock is not a factor. The quill is definitely too tight in its bore.thanks,Jim
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    Hi Elwood,I forgot about the difference in types....

    Hi Elwood,I forgot about the difference in types. It must be a 1b, although it is missing the upper drive gear. Thanks, jim
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    Cincinnati 1a spindle issues

    Hello all, trying to reassemble a previously disassembled head. No apparent crash damage,but the quill is extremely tight in its bore. I realize that it should be a close fit but I am pretty sure it...
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