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    Quote Originally Posted by swells View Post
    You are correct, your 9A would be a 344 12-speed, if it also is a 3-1/2 foot bed it would be 344-ZD.
    you have an end of year serial number, I believe it still is a 1950, but could be very early 1951.

    22614NAR9-12/1/1950 9 4.5 R Workshop-9A CL644-R 12spd HMD FFA QCG
    22700N 9
    22800N 9
    22900N 9
    22994NKR7 9 Workshop-9A CL344-?D 12spd UMD FFA QCG


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    Yes, 3.5 ft. bed, thanks!

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    Good day. Please give information about this lathe.
    9A
    S/N 2542NAX7
    Catalog number 2544R
    with the 54 bed

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    18240RKX 4'bed heavy 10, under mount motor on a full cabinet base.
    I would be interested in any information. I think it was made post 1970?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtYan View Post
    Good day. Please give information about this lathe.
    9A
    S/N 2542NAX7
    Catalog number 2544R
    with the 54 bed
    This is an interesting catalog number,
    This is a 1947 model A Bench lathe, with a special feature(X)
    It included an 8 speed HMD V-belt drive, but was sold without a Bench.
    Not sure what the special feature is without photos.
    The original catalog number was 544-RH, changed to 2544-RM,then last listed 5/19/1947 price list 40-C
    as 2544-R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capt. jas. View Post
    18240RKX 4'bed heavy 10, under mount motor on a full cabinet base.
    I would be interested in any information. I think it was made post 1970?
    I will have to guess on this one and say it's a 1971. Do you have a catalog number?

    17982RKX 1/22/1970
    18000R
    18100R
    18171R 1971?
    18200R
    18240RKX 1971?
    18300R
    18342RKX
    18392RKX
    18400R
    18489RKX
    18498R
    18500R
    18575RKX 3/16/1972 1972

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    Quote Originally Posted by swells View Post
    I will have to guess on this one and say it's a 1971. Do you have a catalog number?

    17982RKX 1/22/1970
    18000R
    18100R
    18171R 1971?
    18200R
    18240RKX 1971?
    18300R
    18342RKX
    18392RKX
    18400R
    18489RKX
    18498R
    18500R
    18575RKX 3/16/1972 1972

    Steve

    Thank you.

    The catalog number is
    CL 187A

    It has flame hardened ways and chuck end of spindle is 1.5/8 ". Opposite end of spindle is 1.5".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elee3 View Post
    Last year I purchased a 10L from a friend. Catalog #CL-187 ZB serial # 13280RKX16.

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    Hi Steve,
    I posted this last week, but it was the last post on the previous page, so perhaps it got missed. If you have any information, I would be very appreciative.
    Thanks,
    Lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elee3 View Post
    Hi Steve,
    I posted this last week, but it was the last post on the previous page, so perhaps it got missed. If you have any information, I would be very appreciative.
    Thanks,
    Lee
    I did miss this one, sorry about that.
    I believe this is a 1963 3-1/2 foot Underdrive. Production was slowing down at this time period and I
    don't have end of 1962 serial numbers, so this is a guess also.
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by swells View Post
    I did miss this one, sorry about that.
    I believe this is a 1963 3-1/2 foot Underdrive. Production was slowing down at this time period and I
    don't have end of 1962 serial numbers, so this is a guess also.
    Steve
    Thanks! The guy that I purchased it from also said that he thought it was built in 63.

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    South bend 1937 9" R Junior in original condition.
    Swing of lathe - 9"
    Length of bed - 3'
    Catalog No. - 422YN
    Serial# - 80481

    Purchase price used, lathe only - $750

    Built cabinet system.
    Have not checked SB for history.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 20190418_171628.jpg   20190418_171455.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by svmade View Post
    South bend 1937 9" R Junior in original condition.
    Swing of lathe - 9"
    Length of bed - 3'
    Catalog No. - 422YN
    Serial# - 80481

    Purchase price used, lathe only - $750

    Built cabinet system.
    Have not checked SB for history.
    Very nice 9 junior, thanks for the numbers and photo.


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    I am looking for a manual for a South Bend 13" lathe, Cat. No. CL175C with a bed length of 6'. Serial #9765TKLX14. We have a machine that needs some adjustment and a manual is needed.

    Thank you

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    Default Serial #33450NBR9 - Shipped October 1953

    I received the serial number card for my lathe. I am not sure if the catalog number on the gear guard should match the overall lathe, so I attached a photo of that as well.

    I am going to restore it, but attached are some as-is photos. I bought and am very much enjoying your restoration booklet.

    serial-number-card.jpgimg_1267.jpgimg_1269.jpgimg_1264.jpg

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    Just picked up this little gem.

    looking at your database I am guessing its a 41'

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    lathe-serial-number.jpg

    its my first lathe and I am having fun making chips and learning it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maintenanceooa View Post
    I am looking for a manual for a South Bend 13" lathe, Cat. No. CL175C with a bed length of 6'. Serial #9765TKLX14. We have a machine that needs some adjustment and a manual is needed.

    Thank you
    Thank you for the serial numbers, this is a 6 foot bed, 1964 Wide Drive belt 3-step cone pulley 6 or 12 speed, depending on the motor single or dual drive pulley.
    There is not per se one manual for each lathe, post the adjustment question and we will attempt to provide the documentation for it.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEKS View Post
    I received the serial number card for my lathe. I am not sure if the catalog number on the gear guard should match the overall lathe, so I attached a photo of that as well.

    I am going to restore it, but attached are some as-is photos. I bought and am very much enjoying your restoration booklet.

    serial-number-card.jpgimg_1267.jpgimg_1269.jpgimg_1264.jpg
    Thank you for the card and information, the catalog number: CL677-Z does match the card and the lathe as configured.
    Workshop 12-speed Model B.


    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by akflyer View Post
    Just picked up this little gem.

    looking at your database I am guessing its a 41'

    lathe.jpg
    lathe-name-plate.jpg
    lathe-serial-number.jpg

    its my first lathe and I am having fun making chips and learning it.
    Very nice first lathe, it is a 1941 13R(regular spindle hole) War Baby.


    Steve

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    Hello Steve,
    I have a S.B. 9x36, catalog no. 77-YB, serial no. 178409, shipped Oct. 1, 1946. This is my first lathe and would like to know as much as i can about it. I did purchase the i.d. card from Grizzly and it looks to be listed as 9x3 B, but it looks to me like a model C. Here is a picture of my lathe just before i bought it. Currently I am having the motor repaired at a local motor shop.



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    (608)Fabrication
    catalog no. 77-YB, serial no. 178409, shipped Oct. 1, 1946.

    unfortunately, your lathe was shipped configured as a Model B Counter Shaft drive bench lathe. Someone at some point swapped the A-B apron for a C apron. I can't discern from the photo if I see the keyed B lead screw still in it or not. If it is I personally would probably swap the apron back to have power cross feed. You would need to check the cross feed screw also to see if it has the A-B pinion gear on it. If neither of these A-B parts are in the lathe, it may be a "frankinlathe" built from parts or a bed replacement on a Model C. There are interesting features about this lathe. It appears to have bench feet we consider rare to see. I would be interested in knowing, if you look down into the top of the bed, do you see "South Bend" cast into any of the webbing tops. These features are rare to see in this production date, mostly only a few have been recorded in the 1947 model year.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by swells View Post
    Very nice first lathe, it is a 1941 13R(regular spindle hole) War Baby.


    Steve
    I was trying to figure out what the addition codes stamped in meant, but some of them didn't match up to the "decoder"
    Anything else you can tell me out this lathe?
    It has the old lamp tool holder and I am about to hit buy now on a QCTP and various other goodies for it.

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