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    Is it safe to say that the ELSR switch assembly...

    Is it safe to say that the ELSR switch assembly at the extreme right end of the bed is the equivalent of the drum switch in a non-ELSR 10ee?
    If so, when in neutral, a connection is made, part of...
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    The 'good' thing about shimming in that location:...

    The 'good' thing about shimming in that location: it is easy to get to. If you change your mind, and need to or want to create a new gib, and scrape it in, it's not an all day job to get it apart.. ...
  3. On a small scale, when we hit the end of a shaft,...

    On a small scale, when we hit the end of a shaft, pin, whatever, there is a swelling of the first portion of that pin or shaft that wedges it tighter in it's bore.
    The above described method of...
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    Yep, a Regal. Much newer than my 1942-ish 17"...

    Yep, a Regal. Much newer than my 1942-ish 17" LeBlonde 30" 'War Trade' version.
    These are strong machines, but they can have teeth missing from the small pinion gears for the very slow speeds. ...
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    Rakort: please check your email messages. ...

    Rakort: please check your email messages.

    DualValve.
  6. Bill [Thermite] Your comment resulted in me...

    Bill [Thermite] Your comment resulted in me spraying coffee all over my keyboard..

    From one cat-hater [almost] to another: 'NO Scrap Value'.. LOL
    And chasing one with a needle-scailler.. ...
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    My comment about not being able to get some tools...

    My comment about not being able to get some tools to adjust low enough is relative to my 1942 10ee round dial.

    I just picked up a 1954 square dial 10ee, with a center rest.. Putting this center...
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    If this lathe was not 2700 miles away, I'd be all...

    If this lathe was not 2700 miles away, I'd be all over it..
    I see so many 10ee's with 'fantasy' pricing. and this one is reasonable, in good condition, and ready to go.

    Too many miles.. even if...
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    Mac007: the problem with many insert tools that...

    Mac007: the problem with many insert tools that CAN fit in the BXA is that the tool holder cannot be lowered enough to get the cutter-tip at or below the center of the stock in the lathe's chuck.. ...
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    A person would be much better off to consider...

    A person would be much better off to consider this lathe.

    MONARCH 10EE LATHE LONG BED (RARE) | eBay

    DualValve
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    Take a look at the handle retention screw: if...

    Take a look at the handle retention screw: if the handle is NOT pushed all the way onto the shaft, then there WiLL be endplay and a gap in the dial.
    If the original Moarch screw is not around, find...
  12. Condition, condition, condition: What is the...

    Condition, condition, condition: What is the history of the lathe? How many hours on the machine? Were those hours conducted by professional machinists, who one would hope, make sure the lathe was...
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    From my quick read of the Fincor 2601/2602...

    From my quick read of the Fincor 2601/2602 characteristics, the major difference is increased amperage capacity to handle up to 5 horsepower.
    There were a couple of other slight differences. but my...
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    Several of these converted 10ee's showing up...

    Several of these converted 10ee's showing up other than the 4 at the recent auction.
    I have the 1954 one with ELSR. 3hp original motor.

    Here is a photo of the control box.


    Well, can't...
  15. Huge thanks to Rich ! Your drawing will...

    Huge thanks to Rich ! Your drawing will definitely make sorting through anyones exciter MUCH easier..
    For me, trying to identify individual, all black wires, covered in decades of black...
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    USPS Flat Rate Box Damage.

    I once received a small Flat-Rate box, all taped up, with an apology note from the USPS also taped to the box.. It had contained three DECALS.. inside an envelope with written directions for...
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    USPS: the box crushers.

    I ship a lot of antique car parts.. they are NOT replaceable.. NOBODY is going to spend the money to make a camshaft sprocket/gear or similar item for these old cars.. just not feasible for the costs...
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    My experiences with UPS in general are good. It...

    My experiences with UPS in general are good. It has only been round objects poorly packaged that I had a problem with: I ordered two used rifle barrels, the seller said he shipped them all the...
  19. Thank you, I'm looking forward to seeing it. ...

    Thank you, I'm looking forward to seeing it.

    DualValve
  20. Could or would one of you gentlemen draw a...

    Could or would one of you gentlemen draw a schematic of the field leads [wires] and brush leads [wires] ?
    Could you draw it such that it is oriented with the actual items in the exciter?
    ...
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    If I recall correctly, the handle is held on it's...

    If I recall correctly, the handle is held on it's shaft with a plated screw with two holes in the head to use to tighten/loosen the screw. The handle has a small woodruff key providing a direct...
  22. That is a very good price! Just purchasing that...

    That is a very good price! Just purchasing that slab of aluminum would cost 2/3 of that sales price..
    If that tray shows up again on Ebay, I sure hope I see them for sale.. I like that tray..
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    Hello MB. I've been battling with a rough old...

    Hello MB. I've been battling with a rough old 10ee MG, 1942 version that I bought as a 'parts' lathe. but since I was able to get it to run a month or two ago, I decided to get it working well...
  24. That is a 'right-fancy' tray! Do you remember...

    That is a 'right-fancy' tray! Do you remember what the price was on Ebay? I'm sure it was not 'cheap'.
    Unless the maker/seller had a pile of 'free' aluminum bar-stock, and a CNC mill he could...
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    To ISUWIZ: If you remove the end panels and...

    To ISUWIZ:
    If you remove the end panels and covers on the base of the lathe, and take and post photos, we can tell a little better what will be needed to bring the lathe back up to operational...
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