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    Default 1925 SB 9 followup

    Here is the inspection tag for the lathe. Couldn’t post above, because of 5 pic limit...

    thanks
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    Cat# CL1450
    Serial# 3619TKL10
    13"x7'bed

    Heres my 1953 13" Southbend lathe i picked up from a Drywall plant maintenance shop in central utah. It was originally sold to Salt Lake Hardware in 1953. They used to be the biggest hardware store west of the Mississippi at the time. She has been severely used over the years as there is quite a bit of wear on the ways under the chuck. It came with a taper attachment that looks completely unused, SB steady rest, SB 3 and 4 jaw chuck, bell centers, dozens of drive dogs, Aloris quick change chuck and tool holders, tapered shank drills and several Armstrong tool holders. She is great in my off road shop. I made a chip pan for it not long after i got it.

    I just picked me up a smaller 10L in great shape that was a war department one. I'll post it after i send in for the serial number card from southbend.

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    Cat# 8187ZN
    Serial# 131639
    10L with a 4.5' bed
    1942

    I picked this up from an auction locally. The old boy that owned it said he had got it from an auction out of Salt lake city from a company that used to make garage doors. Who knows how many more times it had been auctioned off since it was retired from the war department. All i know it its in great shape with little wear and it came with a VFD which is perfect as i intend to used this one in my basement as a gun lathe. The three drawers that come in the cabinet where full of tooling as well as a couple coffee cans full of grinded high speed bits oiled up. And yes there is a tail stock complete with the dead center lube brass thing.

    I find the dealer info on the card interesting. Anyone know anything as to why Remington arms would be a dealer?

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    Serial 428TKR8 This one has a taper attachment.
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    Default My new south bend

    Hello Steve I have just recently acquired an old south bend lathe. It's very old from what I'm am slowly gathering. I have pictures I can send and the only serial number I can find on it is 3046. If you could email me at [email protected] and possibly help me identify this beauty. My intentions is to restore it to as close to its former glory as possible. I have an idea that it may be from 1913-1916

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    Default Serial Card From 1946 9" Model A

    Serial Card From 1946 9" Model A

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    Default Serial Card From 1959 9" Model B

    Serial Card From 1959 9" Model B
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    Quote Originally Posted by WoozyBigfoot View Post
    Hello Steve I have just recently acquired an old south bend lathe. It's very old from what I'm am slowly gathering. I have pictures I can send and the only serial number I can find on it is 3046. If you could email me at [email protected] and possibly help me identify this beauty. My intentions is to restore it to as close to its former glory as possible. I have an idea that it may be from 1913-1916
    Hello Kyle,
    We don't have many serial numbers from that time period, but I would guess from the photos that it is a 1914. Many items on your lathe have been altered and are not original to that date. If you could lay a straight edge across the ways and measure up to the tailstock center, I can probably give a model number, also measure the total bed length.
    Thanks for the sharing the photos,

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by yroc fab View Post
    Cat# 8187ZN
    Serial# 131639
    10L with a 4.5' bed
    1942

    I picked this up from an auction locally. The old boy that owned it said he had got it from an auction out of Salt lake city from a company that used to make garage doors. Who knows how many more times it had been auctioned off since it was retired from the war department. All i know it its in great shape with little wear and it came with a VFD which is perfect as i intend to used this one in my basement as a gun lathe. The three drawers that come in the cabinet where full of tooling as well as a couple coffee cans full of grinded high speed bits oiled up. And yes there is a tail stock complete with the dead center lube brass thing.

    I find the dealer info on the card interesting. Anyone know anything as to why Remington arms would be a dealer?

    86709296_300889787551762_5192600879450030080_n.jpg

    88111628_253276899002280_630819537733812224_n.jpg

    87773136_193562731957283_5483489617019666432_n.jpg

    86970457_485941535404727_3175640995517693952_n.jpg

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    Thanks for the great information and photos, We appreciate photos greatly!!
    I'm collecting different categories of images for new pages on the website:
    Catalog/Model ID, War inspection stamps, Plates and tags are just a few.
    There will be a lot of changes to the site in a few months as I will be retiring and will have more time to update it. If you would like to see me working on new pages, just click the SBL Workshop logo in the top left corner, as I work on a section, I hide the new link there, to view live content. There will be broken and incomplete links, things I'm actively fixing, new page designs/changes, it all takes a tremendous amount of time,
    but I enjoy it.
    Thanks again for perfect photos!
    side note- we have a forum member (Mike) in Washington state who worked at Remington Arms/Military for many years, post this question in the main SBL list and he should respond.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcload View Post
    Serial Card From 1959 9" Model B
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    Thank you, excellent!!

    Steve

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    Default Workshop Model B 1965

    Serial No. 54051NBX10
    The lathe was shipped to Israel in 1965, I was told it was used in a technical school.
    Mostly came intact, however some parts were missing (mainly gears), bought replacements via eBay.
    My father and I took it apart, painted it, and still trying to figure out how to put it all back together (:
    Attached the Serial Scan, and a photo of the lathe.
    Please do let me know if there is anything else in the lathe that may be of interest and I'll take a picture.
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    Hi I'm new here. Acquired my south bend c9w recently and I've been told it's a weird one!

    Cat number 115-7(c or b stamped twice) c

    Serial number 97418

    Model c9w

    It has 4 oilers on the headstock (top & side) and 1936 cast into the tailstock

    Any info would be much appreciated Serial Numbers Wantedimg_20200317_133713.jpg

    Sent from my VOG-L09 using Tapatalk

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    New here and learning. Thank you. Just picked up a c9w10jr. Cat no.- 915-zc serial number is: 108661

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    Here is the Serial Number card for my 13x5.
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    2265FKL12 ... 14.5 x 60

    I just got it home today. It was disassembled, started to be cleaned/painted, then all boxed up for the last 3 years. I am starting to go through everything and see what's missing. Need a cross slide screw, nut, dial and handle (for taper attachment) and a few other items to get it back in service.

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    Default Serial Numbers

    I have a 9B SB lathe that was later fitted with the quick change gearbox!
    The serial # is 11198nbr8 It was purchased in 1948 and I am the second owner
    I also have the original catalog (I believe) The number on the catalog is 6601.
    This catalog lists all the machines that SB. made and the attachments that could be purchased for them!

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    South Bend 9A
    Cat # CL744Z
    47957 NAR10
    Someone wrote inside gear guard
    “New 12/61”

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    Quote Originally Posted by maur747 View Post
    Serial No. 54051NBX10
    The lathe was shipped to Israel in 1965, I was told it was used in a technical school.
    Mostly came intact, however some parts were missing (mainly gears), bought replacements via eBay.
    My father and I took it apart, painted it, and still trying to figure out how to put it all back together (:
    Attached the Serial Scan, and a photo of the lathe.
    Please do let me know if there is anything else in the lathe that may be of interest and I'll take a picture.
    Very nice Info and a great looking lathe!

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcload View Post
    Serial Card From 1946 9" Model A

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    Thanks for the card, I appreciate that.

    Steve

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    57277 NKR 9, 1968.
    This lathe came from a High School shop.
    Thanks.
    Ellis.


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