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    Almost looks like its had an unfortunate run in...

    Almost looks like its had an unfortunate run in with a wire wheel or worse, bead blaster.
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    Here's a K&T H here in Maine. If it's who I...

    Here's a K&T H here in Maine.
    If it's who I think it is he's a member on PM.
    He also states pick-up only but it may be worth a try.

    Kearny Trecker Dividing Head and Tailstock - tools - by owner...
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    Early color advertising cards

    This was a CL ad near me and I googled the maker to see what it was.

    273924 273925273926


    The maker is John Campbell of Manchester New Hampshire.
    This beautiful advertising card popped up and...
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    Thanks MM for more great information. And thanks...

    Thanks MM for more great information.
    And thanks to everyone else that has posted, it's much appreciated.
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    That's not my machine, I was posting because it...

    That's not my machine, I was posting because it was scarce.
    Post a picture of the pulley and I bet someone here can help.
    Are there set screws in the middle of a Vee groove?
    If you take one out...
  6. I just picked up a Emmert turtleback but I think...

    I just picked up a Emmert turtleback but I think it's a T5.
    Let me know if you think you could use those measurements.
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    I've carried 3K in my F-250 with no issues,...

    I've carried 3K in my F-250 with no issues, Greenerd #8 press and a Oliver 55 wood lathe, but make sure your tires are up for it.
    I run my tires at about 60 psi with no or light loads. I air them up...
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    Thanks for the link Stephen.

    Thanks for the link Stephen.
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    You can't insult me Bob, I appreciate all the...

    You can't insult me Bob, I appreciate all the information. Lots of very good advice here, just the kind of comments I was hoping for.
    There's a lot more here than I've shown. I'm just been showing...
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    Thanks for the looks at my post so far. I'm...

    Thanks for the looks at my post so far. I'm almost always on the antique forum here and I know what It's like when someone joins with a crappy craigslist picture of a lathe and asks, "what's it...
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    Here's a stair building fixture. Are the clamps...

    Here's a stair building fixture.
    Are the clamps specific to stairs?
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    Thanks Bob, I appreciate that. Here's a big...

    Thanks Bob, I appreciate that.

    Here's a big Tannewitz but its not pristine.
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    3 machines-- I'll stop posting for a bit. I'm...

    3 machines-- I'll stop posting for a bit.
    I'm sure model numbers would help.
    I was a bit rushed and just took a picture if I could see them.
    I'll see if I can get model #s.
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    Is this one saw or two saws just close to each...

    Is this one saw or two saws just close to each other?
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    Griggio ----

    Griggio ----
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    Onsrud pin router

    Onsrud pin router
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    I need some pricing help to settle an estate

    I’m helping a friend settle an estate and need help with some pricing. I know metalworking but industrial woodworking is a whole new world to me. The owner was a very talented woodworker who...
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    The engraving on all three lathes is very...

    The engraving on all three lathes is very different with the CL lathe being very crude compared to the others.
    Would point to being the earliest or the engraver was just out sick that day?
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    Early Ames Mfg Co Chicopee lathe

    This is a pretty interesting early lathe with a great connection to Ames swords. Tony has a good write up.
    It's funny, CL lathe and Tony's both have broken carriage hand wheels.


    CL ad text: ...
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    +1 for glass on non-oil soaked wood.

    +1 for glass on non-oil soaked wood.
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    Thanks for posting that John. I got my C-J 16x60...

    Thanks for posting that John. I got my C-J 16x60 GH about 15 years ago and remember it cut different tpi than what the thread chart said.
    There are other posts that also talk about that issue...
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    I decided to give another look at my Hendey T&G...

    I decided to give another look at my Hendey T&G that was ordered by Arms Corporation, no address listed. Thanks Hendeyman.
    There are info plates on it that were covered up by paint. This lathe is...
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    I find it interesting what tools the Government...

    I find it interesting what tools the Government is buying.
    Here's a SIP tilting rotary table.
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    Very impressive collection and as my dear...

    Very impressive collection and as my dear departed Mother-in-law used to say, "That was some paint salesman".:D
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    Rockcrusher, your mill from Los Alamos is pretty...

    Rockcrusher, your mill from Los Alamos is pretty historic. It's nice to have a specific location like that.

    Does anyone know if the eagle and stars inspectors stamp on my saw is an Air Force...
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