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    I'm not aware of Wells-Index using Nickel plating...

    I'm not aware of Wells-Index using Nickel plating on their hand wheels. Maybe on later modles. My old 645 had hard chrome on some of the hand wheels, most were bare metal and the non-shiny surfaces...
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    Yeah, design changes that don't get recorded or...

    Yeah, design changes that don't get recorded or documented!!! I admit, i'm guilty of it...
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    I have a CAD generated drawing on the B936B,...

    I have a CAD generated drawing on the B936B, wheel adapter if you like to make one.. If you want a copy of the drawing send me a PM with your email address and I'll send a copy to you. Ken
  4. Thanks for correcting me. Yeah, I tried to...

    Thanks for correcting me. Yeah, I tried to remove the gap, gave up on it, it wouldn't budge at all! I'm sure it was rusted in place with over 60 years of crud. Anyways, I guesstimated the insert...
  5. That's about the average going price. Machinery...

    That's about the average going price. Machinery dealers are asking at least double that. Some are dreaming at the price they are asking.
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    You may try Tool-Flo in Houston. They do various...

    You may try Tool-Flo in Houston. They do various different coatings on coustomer supplied parts. Another place to try is Body-Kote in the DFW metroplex. I know of a place or two that does...
  7. Wow! That is almost 500 numbers different from...

    Wow! That is almost 500 numbers different from the one John and I had. I thing it was somewhere around 41967. Correct me John if I'm wrong, if you still remember.

    If anyone is interested in the...
  8. Wrong number. The serial number, as John said,...

    Wrong number. The serial number, as John said, is located at the end of the bed, tailstock end, between the flat and vee on the backside of the bed. It will be a five-digit number with no dashes.
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  9. Thread: Bernard Pliers

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    Wow!!! Resurrected a 14 year old thread!!! ...

    Wow!!! Resurrected a 14 year old thread!!!

    Yeah, Mr. Pete222 on YouTube has a video on these pliers several months ago. Just had to buy a pair to see what all of the flack was all about.

    Oh,...
  10. Darn, I wish I had a lathe with that little of...

    Darn,

    I wish I had a lathe with that little of wear in the bed. I know all of the experts are going to say that's not the proper way to check for wear, and it's not. My suggestion is, get the...
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    Repost over on the Mori-DMG forum and I bet...

    Repost over on the Mori-DMG forum and I bet someone can help you.

    Your MV series mill is really not that old.
  12. Thread: Sebastian lathe

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    This particular lathe was never built by Sheldon....

    This particular lathe was never built by Sheldon. True, they took over ownership of Sebastian Lathe Co., but spun it off shortly. Sheldon came up with their own design using some of the ideas of...
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    NOPE!!! It has to be designed this way to serve...

    NOPE!!! It has to be designed this way to serve the purpose needed in application. Engineers can be assholes, I'm one, but I have 40 plus years in the machine shop, and know what to do and not to...
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    Dad used to grind HSS to the right radius for...

    Dad used to grind HSS to the right radius for stuff like this. One time use, may be the way to go. You may be able to take a larger top notch insert with the right radius and make a holder to hold...
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    4mm approximately equal to 5/32". 3mm is...

    4mm approximately equal to 5/32". 3mm is probably 3/32" even though it is about .025" bigger in diameter. The last I bought came off of eBay. There is a seller in Calif. that sells a lot of the...
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    That looks like the profile of a wiper plug. ...

    That looks like the profile of a wiper plug. Nitrile or Buna-N at the most. Just saying. Freeze it with CO2. Fix up a cooler with CO2 ice, if it's big enough for your part. Ken.
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    You know, if you cannot say anything good, don't...

    You know, if you cannot say anything good, don't post! I don't appreciate being called and idiot! Look at yourself in the mirror when you make such an statement. Generally one's that say such are...
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    Grown up in the oil patch, I have adapted...

    Grown up in the oil patch, I have adapted different brands of taper attachments to lathes that did not have one in the first place. Never done it with a Asian brand lathe, though. It's not an easy...
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    Definitely need a BIG roughneck to handle the...

    Definitely need a BIG roughneck to handle the change over.:D;)
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    That thread has a .425" bore diameter, with a...

    That thread has a .425" bore diameter, with a thread depth of .110". To single point, you have to grind a tool from a piece of tool steel, the portion entering the bore will have to be ground down...
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    Never saw anything "small" come out of Drilco...

    Never saw anything "small" come out of Drilco back then!!! Ask John Oder, he worked there, too. He has a picture of him standing on top of a BIG machine he designed while there.:)
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    You can keep the bearings in good shape if you...

    You can keep the bearings in good shape if you leave them alone and not mess with them. Pop the shields or seals, toss them! They will start to fail. Simple as that. Listen to all, they know what...
  23. Thread: Name that thread!

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    Thermite, Got to correct you there. Casing...

    Thermite,

    Got to correct you there. Casing hanger has nothing to do with the drill string. It's what holds up all of that casing (pipe) that lines the well after it is drilled. Could be talking...
  24. Thread: Name that thread!

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    That's proprietary to the casing hanger...

    That's proprietary to the casing hanger manufacture. There's lots of those threads like that used on down hole oilfield equipment including casing and tubing. Most of the threading inserts made to...
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    Sounds like you are tightening the fingers way...

    Sounds like you are tightening the fingers way too much. Should just be able to rotate the bearing by hand if bearing is being used. Bronze finger, adjusted with light pressure on the work piece....
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