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    Sticky: The model number of this machine is very...

    The model number of this machine is very interesting, can you post more photos, including the plates and is it a small bore spindle?
    This is the first time I've seen 145 used on that early of a 13...
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    Sticky: 1918 13 x 5 Model 34-B with power auto-apron ...

    1918 13 x 5 Model 34-B with power auto-apron

    Thanks for posting,
    Steve
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    Sticky: A photo of this lathe would be nice to see, by...

    A photo of this lathe would be nice to see, by model and catalog number, this should be a 1-inch collet large bore(L) spindle,
    ToolRoom lathe with a 1796 tubular welded bench with 3 drawers on the...
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    Sticky: 1952 13L ToolRoom lathe, the perfect size too! ...

    1952 13L ToolRoom lathe, the perfect size too!

    Thanks for posting,
    Steve
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    Sticky: This is a Workshop 15, next improved model after...

    This is a Workshop 15, next improved model after the Workshop 5. Not a Model B or C, The Workshop 9 ABC had side oiling headstocks with capillary oiler felts.
    See this link for more information on...
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    Sticky: Yes it is a 1973 12 speed. Steve

    Yes it is a 1973 12 speed.

    Steve
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    Sticky: Thank you, Yes, shipped July or August of 1940,...

    Thank you,
    Yes, shipped July or August of 1940,
    1940 serial numbers start closer to 95500 or so, I don't have a Jan number yet.

    Steve
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    Sticky: Thank you for your serial number. A GC lathe had...

    Thank you for your serial number.
    A GC lathe had a higher precision leadscrew.
    Your lathe Shipped in 1967

    Steve
  9. Thread: 9A Bed Profile

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    Hi Mike, I can't confirm the first photo...

    Hi Mike,
    I can't confirm the first photo measurements are for a workshop lathe, if you are wanting to make a carriage stop,
    you will need to check them.

    273666

    273667
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    I'll try to clarify the catalog numbers and...

    I'll try to clarify the catalog numbers and stamps for the spindle nose a little better, but Ted is correct, you can see CL "0" (zero's) with a D1-4,this may be errors in stamping, added after the...
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    Sticky: Thank you, perfect information! Steve

    Thank you, perfect information!

    Steve
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    Sticky: Thank you, 16 x 8 model 69-E counter shaft...

    Thank you,
    16 x 8 model 69-E counter shaft drive, mfg supplied drive.

    Steve
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    Allan, I agree, it appears to be a 1911 or 1912...

    Allan, I agree, it appears to be a 1911 or 1912 Model 24, 9 inch Pedal lathe, I can see the treadle mount bar on the rear leg still there.

    Steve
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    Sticky: Thanks for the numbers, 16 speed V-Belt Drive...

    Thanks for the numbers,
    16 speed V-Belt Drive Model A

    Steve
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    Hi Paul, The 8 signifies the revision number of...

    Hi Paul,
    The 8 signifies the revision number of the lathe Series. When there was a significant revision or feature added,
    the revision number advanced. This can be used as somewhat of a date...
  16. The short answer is no, you can't assume that....

    The short answer is no, you can't assume that.
    The Idler gear shifter part number is basically unchanged from the original 83N1.
    The Cross-feed Compound Gear shaft original number was 231N1 and was...
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    Sticky: You are correct Sir, I didn't check that picture...

    You are correct Sir, I didn't check that picture very well...lol
    And It's configured as a model B not an A.
    If it's not a converted Model C and has the NBR Serial number then it would be either a...
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    Sticky: Thanks grover, got it.

    Thanks grover, got it.
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    Sticky: This is a WWII time frame Workshop Model 9A...

    This is a WWII time frame Workshop Model 9A Catalog No 344-? Underneath Motor V-Drive, 16 Speed.
    The serial number you list is invalid, the SN is stamped on the right side bed flat-way by the...
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    Sticky: Does this lathe have a friction clutch? (a B...

    Does this lathe have a friction clutch? (a B model with change gears?)

    Steve
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    Sticky: Rare Gap Bed O series. The Spindle was 2-3/8-8...

    Rare Gap Bed O series.
    The Spindle was 2-3/8-8 until 12-19-1924, then changed to 2-3/8-6
    See this link:
    http://www.wswells.com/data/fte/headstock/spindle/spindle-images/chart-2.jpg

    Steve
  22. Thread: Identifying 10

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    Hi Paul, You are correct, it's a 1945 Heavy...

    Hi Paul,
    You are correct, it's a 1945 Heavy Ten(10L)
    The stamps by the serial number are WWII inspector stamps, either civilian appointed or military appointed.
    These were stamped at final...
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    This is a 1942 Toolroom Heavy ten with the...

    This is a 1942 Toolroom Heavy ten with the Regular (small hole) spindle.
    The second question requires a photo of the headstock and base, if it's an underdrive and not a bench drive,
    you will have...
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    Sticky: You are correct, 1939 Workshop 9C I can't read...

    You are correct, 1939 Workshop 9C
    I can't read the model tag, only the 3-1/2 foot.
    Steve
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    Sticky: This would be a 1968 Workshop 9-A, do you have a...

    This would be a 1968 Workshop 9-A, do you have a model or catalog number?

    Steve
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