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    forgot to mention, the reverser assbly is not held in place with a little plate like a heavy 10, note that in the last pic above there is a threaded hole in the lower right hand side.

    a dog head setscrew w/ jamb nut goes there that engages a groove in the reverser assbly to hold it in place.

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    had to see how well my new paint matched up...I can now confirm there are at least 51 shades of gray.
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    PS- that's just the first 'rough" coat....SW all surface enamel, pretty decent stuff.
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    '37 serial with a '39 ship date- to Osborn Manuafacturing in Cleveland.
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    what I'm a little unsure about is the PRI gear 3...what is "3"???
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    gonna be down for a bit, but small victories...

    It's not all buttoned up cause I need to make new shims and set clearances but it's clean and smooth turning , reused the original square wood oilers with new wicking in the springs.

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    The PRI 3 piqued my curiosity a little bit so I found all the old cards I’ve bought through the years and none of them make mention of it. The oldest card I have is 1945 though.


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