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    Not too tough to come up with - though there is...

    Not too tough to come up with - though there is no forgiving how nearly perfect they have to be - the concept is dirt simple - making an available and somewhat smaller OD non flanged bearing do the...
  2. "same size" refers to OD of chuck (12") not...

    "same size" refers to OD of chuck (12") not thread (it isn't a threaded spindle)
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    Nearing ninety years old They still sold plain...

    Nearing ninety years old
    They still sold plain spindle bearings then on the spindle - fine if in great shape, not worth fooling with if not - unless you would rather have a project than a lathe...
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    There are TWO photos posted in that post #4 - the...

    There are TWO photos posted in that post #4 - the second one is the specs - see the right hand column for the 16" specs
  5. About 20 years ago I bought both new four jaw and...

    About 20 years ago I bought both new four jaw and three jaw for the Monarch, same size. The three jaw still sits on the floor, never been on the lathe
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    Nothing but FLANGED bearings in Post #41

    Nothing but FLANGED bearings in Post #41
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    See post #4 - HERE ARE THE SPECS

    See post #4 - HERE ARE THE SPECS
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    450 = old or large Here is a Model A from mid...

    450 = old or large

    Here is a Model A from mid to early thirties

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    Here are the specs on the Model A from January 1937 showing less than 500 RPM top speed on the 16"

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    In '48 there were Model A and Model X in that...

    In '48 there were Model A and Model X in that size. The A had 12 speeds and the X had 24 speeds. Here are some brochure pages on the largest "small" Model X

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  10. 1Y date code says 1951

    1Y date code says 1951
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    16" four jaw on the 20" Heavy Greaves Klusman ...

    16" four jaw on the 20" Heavy Greaves Klusman

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    Keeps it from rolling off :D
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    I'll suppose its late forties with that "medium...

    I'll suppose its late forties with that "medium duty" stuff and box ways. Back not long ago the big hole would raise the price - maybe not these days

    (what in the world are the MARINES doing with...
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    Another few needing an asterisk ...

    Another few needing an asterisk

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/antique-machinery-and-history/worked-good-183426/?highlight=183426
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  14. Thread: 1911 Hendey

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    Drive from twenties catalog. Nice design - was...

    Drive from twenties catalog. Nice design - was on my 18 X 6 from 40 and more years back

    The trick of it can't be seen - planetary(?) reduction gear - Hendey solving for us the always present...
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    Outer sleeve in my discussion refers to ADAPTING...

    Outer sleeve in my discussion refers to ADAPTING DETAILS that have to be made

    As to such numbers as 2MMF9120WI-CR - a search leaves out the "F" - so I suppose the FLANGED Fafnirs are somewhat rare...
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    Sorry, not a phone person There are iffy...

    Sorry, not a phone person



    There are iffy possibilities, unlikely to be for sale at a price you want to spend

    Fafnir (these are flanged precision bearings) lists 2MMF9120WI-CR could sub for...
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    Its last set up was differential indexing - or...

    Its last set up was differential indexing - or looks that way. Gears look "not stock"
  18. And more on DPC in your post here- thank you ...

    And more on DPC in your post here- thank you

    New Lathe, Defence Plant Corporation

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  19. Making the clutches is easier than it looks. ...

    Making the clutches is easier than it looks. Nine tooth here, Cinc wil be 7 if I recall correctly

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    The straight then shallow angle sure shouts old...

    The straight then shallow angle sure shouts old Ford (I mean really old like Model AA if indeed truck)
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    I am always amazed more of this visualization or...

    I am always amazed more of this visualization or mind's eye responses are not far more common

    Just blow up the thread flank in your mind's eye and it will be very suggestive of where the compound...
  22. You can see in the shadows behind the electrics...

    You can see in the shadows behind the electrics there is a low situated shaft from QC gear box to the the gear "tower" making lead screw and feed rod go - this obviously can be extended as gap is...
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    All I know of is here ...

    All I know of is here

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2103/3727.pdf

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  24. The much more elegant 1901 version in the M,M&M...

    The much more elegant 1901 version in the M,M&M catalog - when it was still perfectly acceptable to have woodcuts instead of real photos

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    Hera is the solid spindle Greg refers to - must...
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    PDF pages about 17 or 18 from 1967 will tell you...

    PDF pages about 17 or 18 from 1967 will tell you the tail stock has a #3 Morse taper which you will need to know

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/1967_Cat_No.6801/1967_Cat_No.6801.pdf

    As to...
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