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    It's my understanding that most folks put the way...

    It's my understanding that most folks put the way material on the moving member - underside of the cross slide, underside of the saddle, etc. That uses the minimum material and allows the way wipers...
  2. Who? Who?

    Who? Who?
  3. The only place to start would be for you to take...

    The only place to start would be for you to take some good quality (well lit, in focus, etc.) images of the drive components so we can identify just what you have. So the area under the headstock,...
  4. I can't see much with those images being so tiny,...

    I can't see much with those images being so tiny, but it looks like it's "just" the mount for the compound that's broken? If so you might have more luck finding someone who can braze it back in...
  5. In my experience shot bearings mean chatter, worn...

    In my experience shot bearings mean chatter, worn bed/saddle gives taper. The check would be with a parallel test bar mounted in the spindle.
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    I used model airplane urethane paint. Seems to...

    I used model airplane urethane paint. Seems to have held up for a 18 years but we'll see.
  7. It's not necessarily the ways but the leading...

    It's not necessarily the ways but the leading edge of the saddle that takes a lot of abuse. I'd check it by putting it on the tailstock end of the lathe (area with the least wear for the saddle...
  8. You might've wanted him to rough up the ways...

    You might've wanted him to rough up the ways under the saddle to help get the Rulon to stick, but maybe you have a plan to clean it up for the glue. I did a couple of quick passes when I Moglice'd...
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    When I had my 10EE ground I asked that they take...

    When I had my 10EE ground I asked that they take all the surfaces down the same amount so they remained in the same profile as new. Otherwise you'll have the scrape the heck out of the saddle,...
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    The seal lives in the saddle and so you never see...

    The seal lives in the saddle and so you never see it. I found out about it some time ago and have what I think is the replacement but have never fit it.
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    I've got an SKF 6741 to put in there, someday. ...

    I've got an SKF 6741 to put in there, someday. Fits the end of the telescoping cross slide screw, anyway
  12. Measure the shaft diameter and the housing...

    Measure the shaft diameter and the housing diameter, that should give you a list of bearings in various widths to match against the inner/outer races that looks to have survived.
  13. I think at least one of those are original, there...

    I think at least one of those are original, there should be little drain holes through the trays front and back (I think your image is of the area under the main PC?)



    Get a bigger image of the...
  14. I think you have the Sunstrand data that's...

    I think you have the Sunstrand data that's available?

    281120
  15. The original spec was for "Gargoyle DTE...

    The original spec was for "Gargoyle DTE (Socony-Vacuum Oil Co) Heavy Medium Oil or equivalent (Viscosity 325 S.S.U. at 100 degF)). Crossing that to hydraulic circulating oils nowadays that's a Mobil...
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    If that's the bolt that fits into the T-slot it's...

    If that's the bolt that fits into the T-slot it's EE-2124, if it's the other it's EE-3190
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    What size cap did you use? (It was kind of...

    What size cap did you use?

    (It was kind of embarrassing to read that linked thread - 17+ years and I still haven't run my coolant pump...)
  18. If you're lucky there's some place local to you...

    If you're lucky there's some place local to you with a tube tester. A lot of tube failures can be invisible - the tube heats properly but something else has failed. If all the tube except the C16J...
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    I think the world renown 10EE hoarder is actually...

    I think the world renown 10EE hoarder is actually Alex with the unpronounceable last name. I only have one 10EE and thus I am out of the running.

    (Now accessory hoarding, that's something else...)
  20. Open the door under the tailstock and check to...

    Open the door under the tailstock and check to see what's going on with the tubes. After turning on the lathe and before hitting start you should be able to see the heaters on most all the tubes and...
  21. The manual images I have show a keyway, so I...

    The manual images I have show a keyway, so I believe that those weren't threaded. Don't know about yours.
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    I pulled the picture from a 1944 brochure as it...

    I pulled the picture from a 1944 brochure as it had the best shot of the older round dial gearing, didn't notice that it was of an older hydraulic drive machine. Here's a pic from the 1939 brochure:...
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    Which of the gears below are you missing? ...

    Which of the gears below are you missing?

    http://www.kepler-eng.com/images/10ee_round_dial_gears.jpg
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    There's a fellow flogging a bunch of 10EE parts...

    There's a fellow flogging a bunch of 10EE parts on eBay, you might check with them.

    Failing that repair should be pretty easy - look to see if the part's shaft was pressed into the square bit or...
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    MacIt has them new: MacIt - Catalog...

    MacIt has them new:

    MacIt - Catalog
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