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  1. Thread: Red Lead

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    spotting....like dykem....makes an excellent...

    spotting....like dykem....makes an excellent contrast...a bit toxic if care isnt taken.
  2. google is your friend...sometimes...plenty of...

    google is your friend...sometimes...plenty of hits.

    Pacific Marine Review - Google Books
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    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/17785.pdf

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/17785.pdf
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    lots of detailed pics will be the most help....

    lots of detailed pics will be the most help.
    even of the area where you dont see a number.
    lots of good pics.
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    yep!!!! thanks for the correction!!! looked at...

    yep!!!! thanks for the correction!!! looked at the wrong column..good catch!

    as noted above...117C...still pg 4 of the documnent.
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    correct me if im wrong....but i think TA100 is...

    correct me if im wrong....but i think TA100 is just the generic designation that spans all size lathes?? a suffix letter designates the size?

    ex- TA100R= heavy 10 taper attachment
    ???
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    FWIW- IMO the "teeth" are a good...

    FWIW- IMO the "teeth" are a good thing....increases surface area to carry more oil..they dont gotts to be purty.:)
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    more pics will certainly help...particularly in...

    more pics will certainly help...particularly in the area kitno mentioned.
    which is a couple inches to the left of the numbers in your pic and in the space between the v and flat way...by where the 2...
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    you might think after all this time.... ...

    you might think after all this time....

    Herbert ND Lathe info required
  10. you obviously need a new lathe.:) ...

    you obviously need a new lathe.:)

    kidding...check all the parts for a burr,ding,embedded chip.
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    if you want to make it "clock" to the right...

    if you want to make it "clock" to the right position....its easy to figure how thick a shim you need....say its a 16tpi thread...1/16=.0625" so say you need a 1/2 turn to get where you want...
  12. you might find it difficult to get an 8 rib J...

    you might find it difficult to get an 8 rib J section motor pulley that small...a 6 will do fine....might even be best...IDK.:)
  13. if its listed anywhere it wont be an option for...

    if its listed anywhere it wont be an option for long.
  14. get it...you cant get hurt at 800

    get it...you cant get hurt at 800
  15. when you reply you will see a box at the top that...

    when you reply you will see a box at the top that looks like a tree in a picture frame...click that to link pics.

    i would go with at least a 6 rib...thats about 3/4" wide IIRC...i "think" the...
  16. theres really not much advantage to using a...

    theres really not much advantage to using a grooved spindle pulley....plus its a PITA and requires some modification of your orginal part....you may want to get the original set up working again...
  17. for the record....your spindle pulley does not...

    for the record....your spindle pulley does not need to be grooved for the belt.

    and if you want to work the maths...its not the diameter...its the circumference you need to figure...as if it were...
  18. just in case.... poly v = *serpentine...

    just in case....
    poly v = *serpentine belt*....so yes, flat belt.:)

    im in total agreement on the smaller size motor pulley....keep in mind at 90hz your 1140rpm motor effectively becomes a 1725ish...
  19. pics of what you have now of the drive parts will...

    pics of what you have now of the drive parts will help.
    someone might have what youre missing.
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    first pattern underdrive workshop 9" model C ...

    first pattern underdrive workshop 9" model C

    pg 11 of this document, courtesy of Steve Wells-

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/1939_Catalogue_No.50/1939_Catalogue_No.50.pdf
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    yes,to above. BUT runnung that lathe without...

    yes,to above.

    BUT runnung that lathe without oil cups or at least a plug in the hole is a recipe for disaster....one little piece of debris falls in that hole and siezes the spindle at...
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    i would hazard a guess the the head and tail are...

    i would hazard a guess the the head and tail are from a 1930s O series 9"....that while still a 9" lathe is a whole different animal..probably twice the weight of your B model.....if the parts were...
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    barring sentimental value, unless it functions...

    barring sentimental value, unless it functions well, you might consider abandoning that one..you have the headstock and tailstock of a completely different lathe(its still south bend) on the bed and...
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    thats a mishmash of parts if there ever...

    thats a mishmash of parts if there ever was....does it work??
  25. faceplate. you can even take the jaws out of...

    faceplate.
    you can even take the jaws out of your chuck and use the slots to rig something up.

    not sure if thats feasible for your particular piece...just a thought. :)
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