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    On my much less diameter (2.000") I just used a...

    On my much less diameter (2.000") I just used a spotting "bar" that was actual size of journal during scraping. The bearing is adjustable via a solid phenolic "wedge" and the fitting involved seeing...
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    Sent you an email Cal

    Sent you an email Cal
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    The important part is the 12755X = 1941 which...

    The important part is the 12755X = 1941 which means single tumbler QC
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    Came with one - though not installed in most...

    Came with one - though not installed in most recently posted photos (Post #20)

    Also has half nuts

    Description (paragraph 3) states it has feeds and cuts threads
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    In general, they were STANDARD equipment when you...

    In general, they were STANDARD equipment when you bought a new UNIVERSAL horizontal mill - MADE to be driven via gearing from table screw - for the express intent of enabling the machine to cut...
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    Looks pretty good. Some of the ruggedest chucks...

    Looks pretty good. Some of the ruggedest chucks ever made come from W&S

    Don't expect perfect runout - its not happening in a three jaw - at least not on all diameters

    See the recess for the...
  7. I keep a lowly plain version by them on the big...

    I keep a lowly plain version by them on the big lathe. The scriber in it is set on tool height from flat way (13.640") - and it stays there
  8. These folks must of been dead serious about ID...

    These folks must of been dead serious about ID grinding - I have the guts out of a fair sized RED HEAD. The hefty spindle has a short B&S 12 ID taper (1.797" big end) on the business end and the 2MM...
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    You have to understand turret lathe cross slide...

    You have to understand turret lathe cross slide is some higher than "normal" 16" - they were partially accommodating lack of compound rest

    My 16" TL cross slide had cross tee slots towards rear...
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    There is an amazing array of packing out there. ...

    There is an amazing array of packing out there. I need something better for my Monarch, which also slowly makes a mess

    Packing
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    There are 3 jaws split differently - on those the...

    There are 3 jaws split differently - on those the pinions have to come out first
  12. VME offers custom made dies, and they stock them...

    VME offers custom made dies, and they stock them down to 13/16 OD

    I also have a die stock for 5/8, but have never seen any of the dies
  13. Tell us about the ? LATH (wood strips) on the...

    Tell us about the ? LATH (wood strips) on the curved building wall. Is that sort of a QUONSET HUT?

    Here is a 1923 New York house literally full of lath before the plaster went on
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    Suggestion. Put wrench on back so its end goes...

    Suggestion. Put wrench on back so its end goes down to loosen

    Put blocking under one jaw down to rear way - protect way (I am assuming you have a chuck on there)

    With a 10 LB sledge, strike...
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    The normal McCrosky of the old days was an...

    The normal McCrosky of the old days was an excellent and stout indexing device (made up to 8" square), but any tooling was clamped in solidly - while modern indexing tool posts such as Aloris and...
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    Great example for the Heavy Duty, so I'll take it...

    Great example for the Heavy Duty, so I'll take it - if my terms suit....

    PM sent

    I suspicion that it goes on one of these
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    Neither BC is anywhere near 8". The spindle nose...

    Neither BC is anywhere near 8". The spindle nose itself is 8 1/4" outside diameter. ASA/ASME B5.9 Spindle Noses says bolt circles on the A1-8" are 6 3/4 outer and 4 3/8 inner

    Thumbnail...
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    Now don't forget it turns up, over and AWAY from...

    Now don't forget it turns up, over and AWAY from you to loosen:D
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    209.5 mm is near 8 1/4", and though I can't read...

    209.5 mm is near 8 1/4", and though I can't read the little dimensions, that is the O.D. I expect. A1 has both bolt circles, A2 has only the outer. The chuck shown on Ebay uses the inner bolt...
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    Here is a 12" three jaw not far away - for A8...

    Here is a 12" three jaw not far away - for A8 (the six bolts nearest center)

    Have to come up with some top jaws. Probably tired, but maybe better than nothing

    12” 3 Jaw Self Centering Manual...
  21. April 1934 Manual sez .005 minimum and .005...

    April 1934 Manual sez .005 minimum and .005 maximum stretch. :D But then that is one whopper of a bolt - if I recall, had to acquire a 1 9/16 box end to fit the hex. It was one of those wrenches...
  22. Curtiss Wright liked the clamp fit deal on flying...

    Curtiss Wright liked the clamp fit deal on flying machine radial engines

    The bolt was tightened until the specified STRETCH was obtained
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    Would seem so What I put in PM as a reply ...

    Would seem so

    What I put in PM as a reply



    AC I assume would refer to AUTOMATIC CYCLE

    There are earlier 1H - 12" Mfg and 1H - 18" Mfg and I assume the AC grew out of these - though 24"...
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    You are ignoring AREA to be sheared. The hole...

    You are ignoring AREA to be sheared. The hole has a tiny area - its circumference times its thickness. The big hole has FAR MORE area to be sheared. If it has - say - ten times the area of the...
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    Yes, if you remove the collet set up, you will...

    Yes, if you remove the collet set up, you will find the A type spindle nose - the A type chucks bolt on to that.

    The M-1420 has the 8" A type nose - says the above mentioned TOOLS book

    The tool...
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