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    I wish I had known this when I was going through...

    I wish I had known this when I was going through my lathe. Mine are looking pretty good now that I have a couple hundred? hours running it and using my skin mixed with oil to clean them up! lol
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    I think yours is a 16 too and I don't know how...

    I think yours is a 16 too and I don't know how much you took apart but there is an adjustment screw and lock nut on the back of the pedestal too if yours is the same era as mine. The idea is that you...
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    Yes good to see an update. I was messing around...

    Yes good to see an update. I was messing around with my chuck since it's an old three jaw and got a little flack from someone here for using a shim on the jaws when I wanted to get some more...
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    Looking good! Sorry to read that you are going to...

    Looking good! Sorry to read that you are going to slow down but hopefully not for long! The friction you are talking about is interesting. They say not to scotchbrite the ways. Is the friction equal...
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    I just did mine and did not add an oiler there. I...

    I just did mine and did not add an oiler there. I figured that she worked for 75 years as delivered but because I know I skipped this step I put a drop of oil on the wheel diameter and give it a...
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    That is really nice so the price will be bumped...

    That is really nice so the price will be bumped up a lot higher by the time the auction ends. Still there are deals out there. I grabbed a 12" polish made one by a company called VIS that reads .0005...
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