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    Here’s a few photos
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    Kartman looks like you have a good one. Gear box and taper attachment. What are your plans for her?

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    Well when the kids get old enough I have a little more time I hope to get into fabricating karts, mini bikes, and whatever fun toys I can think up. Right now I don’t have a lot of free time or a proper work space for it unfortunately. But the lathe came up near me for $400 and I figured what the hell I’ll get it for down the road. Gives me some time to clean it up and repair a few bits

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    Please remove if inappropriate, but I have an incomplete basketcase 11” SB I am parting out. Marked as a model 127A with 11" swing.

    I have carriage (including apron and cross slide), countershaft, threading shaft, gear cover, headstock (minus spindle and backgear), mounting bracket, and legs.

    No tooling, taper, tailstock, chuck, spindle, backgear, or bed.

    PM for details.

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    Tkehl

    I am in need of a sliding compound gear assembly. Do you have any pitchures you can post.

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    Just registered so I could share this one. Wasn't sure I wanted this with the short bed. It seemed in good condition and complete so I drug it home awhile back. Just starting to reassemble in the shop, aside from one gear with chipped teeth seems in good shape. Came with 4 chucks, steady rest, etc. Still need to mount the motor. I still look at it wondering why anyone would want such a short bed? Either way should make a fun project. SN# 32157

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    Now that is a cool "Stubby"

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    It would be interesting to see who has the earliest model 84, this would be a contender!!

    By serial number this appears to be a 1925 date, but it is clearly a later 84, not a model 63.


    What is the bed length, 3ft??


    Steve

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    Yes it is a 3 foot bed. I really don't know much about it. Gathered some info on line. Much of the info I have read is likely from your web site assuming your avatar name matches. The motor is the overhead belt drive, not the chain.

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    That's a nice old lathe. It looks complete and not all hacked up. It has a pretty early QCGB .
    Short beds eat less real estate. I seldom use more than 12 inches out from my chuck.
    Your needs may be different.
    A very nice find. Parts may be scarce for 11's but yours looks complete

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    It did seem complete. Came with 4 chucks, a face plate, some collets and collet adapter tho no draw bar, steady rest. Also it had an interesting indexing attachment that was made from a gear reducer that inserts in to the end of the spindle. Still trying to figure out how or what that was used for. It would bolt to the gear cover and inserted in the end of the spindle?

    Hopefully I can find the gear that is missing a few teeth. Over the winter I plan to do a mechanical restoration, change the oil wicks, etc.

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    Anyone doing any work on or with their 11's?

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    This is the most recent paying job that I did on my 11 built in 1927.
    They are 3” 4 groove v-belt pulleys that mount on a tapered sheave. One is aluminum and the other is stainless. Anybody else made anything recently?
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    I made a new draw bar for my Wells-Index 860 mill the other day.

    -Ron

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    I picked up this 11" x 4' South Bend underdrive lathe last week. S/N 52802. It had several components removed when I picked it up but for the most part what's there isn't in bad shape. It is missing the louvered drive covers and more importantly the tail stock. No steady or follow either. The drive looks original though and I expect it will work but it might be a while before I get around to trying it. A couple pics if they'll attach. Ed.

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    Here are a few more pics of the under drive of my new 11"SB lathe. By the S/N, 52802, I think it works out to have been made in 32'. The motor data plate appears to have a date on it in the upper left corner as well. Ed.

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    Looks like it's in pretty good shape. There are some SB 11" parts on ebay at the moment, including the tailstock - https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...1&_sacat=11804

    Congrats!

    -Ron

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    Thanks for the link to the TS Ron. I had seen that earlier and it seems like there was another one on there too for around $225 but it was quite a bit rougher as in the handwheel had been welded back on. Still at $350 + shipping a little steep for me right now. That's more than the whole lathe cost. I'll keep my eye out for a while and get a little more motivated as this SB moves closer to the front of the resto-list. Ed.


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