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    Quote Originally Posted by dstanton95 View Post
    Catalog # CL6155C 16x6, Motor CE2543D Serial #9644NKX13, Hard. Bed
    Date Shipped 12/29/1958, Sold to Ideal 107-2
    TS T102H, Sad S104H, CR 103H, Ap A103H, GB DTG105H,
    Says 3 step cone but it's 4 step
    The catalog number is more likely CL8155C, this would be a Tool room lathe, HKX with hard bed. The 155 was a 12 speed, the 117
    was an 8 speed.
    Nice info, thank you.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgewade View Post
    Recently bought a South Bend lathe; Cat # CL 644 Z Serial # 25538NAR9
    Not sure about the swing but the bed length 3.5'.
    SN----------------Ship Date---Year--Notes---Size---Bed-code--Series-----------------Model---------------------Drive-----Apron---Gearing
    25497NAR9--09/27/1951--1951--card---9-x-3.5----Z---------Workshop9A-------CL744Z-16spd-V-Belt--VHMD----FFA-------QCG
    25500N-------------------------1951-----------9 x---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    25538NAR9--------------------1951-----------9-x-3.5----Z---------Workshop9A-------CL644Z-12spd------------HMD-----FFA-------QCG
    25560NBR7--10/18/1951--1951--notes--9-x-3.5----Z---------Workshop9B-------CL377ZN----------------MCBUD---FFA---------SCG


    Thanks for the numbers!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoubouMechanic View Post
    New to me 9x42 CL344ZD ser.C55533NAR

    10x54 Gap Bed CL670RGM ser.36277

    10x42 CL670Z ser. 30221KAR

    55533NKR9
    1966/1967
    9 x 3.5
    Workshop-9A
    CL344-ZD 12spd
    MCB-UD (Metal Cabinet Bench Under Drive)
    FFA
    QCG


    36277K
    Aprox late 1979
    10 x 4.5
    10K Gap Bed Metric
    CL670-RGM 12spd
    HMD
    FFA
    QCG


    30221KAR
    1972
    10 x 3.5
    10K
    CL670-Z 12spd
    HMD
    FFA
    QCG

    Sorry I cant get any closer on the dates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jqfire View Post
    Just recently picked up a 16” CL 117E 8 ft bed.
    Serial is 5547HKR10
    5547HKR10
    1952/1953
    16 x 8
    16 HKR
    CL117-E 8spd
    FLR-UMD
    FFA
    QCG

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mogens View Post
    Hi,

    SN 14287RKX16
    Catalog number 8187AR

    I use it every day in the machine shop for odds and ends stuff.

    Does anyone have some info on this ?

    Im looking for some gears for the lead screw and gear box
    14287RKX16
    1964
    10 x 4
    Series S 10L Tool room
    CL8187-AB
    MCB-UMD
    FFA
    QCG

    Link to possible parts sources:

    www.wswells.com/download/vendor-contacts.doc

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bssc View Post
    61850 guessing workshop 9 instead of the model c that it was sold to me as
    Yes, you are correct, It's a Workshop No 15, not a model C.
    Still a Workshop 9 inch Standard Change Gear lathe, just has a top oiling headstock and few other minor differences.
    it's a 1935 Model

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottoRoboto View Post
    I just bought a Workshop 9" 405-Y (type Work.B.Hor.Plain,MD) serial# 58431 shipped 3/19/35.
    Read these pages to see the differences between the 405(No 5), and the 415(No 15) These two preceeded the Model C released in 1938.

    Model ID-Image slider

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    Thanks for the numbers,
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    I would really check the motor plates and confirm the southern Island power, it should be 60hz, but don't take my word for it if you are still over there.
    The northern part of the mainland was 50hz and southern is like the USA, 60hz.
    The general later year 13's had motors in 1hp, 1-1/2hp, and dual voltage motors of 1-1/2hp-3/4hp, and 2hp-1hp.

    If there is any question on the motor and it'is 60hz, I'd use a 3ph 2hp with VFD.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdelivery View Post
    Good Day Gents,
    Just adding my two cents
    I own three Southbend Lathes
    First is a 16 X ?? S/N ??
    Purchased new in 1941 by the Goodyear Aircraft co. Still retains their badging plus the owners after Goodyear, Lockheed Martin and Loral. it has virtually every accessory known to man.
    second is a 9 X 36 S/N 105474 I think it was built in the early 40's
    Third is a 9 X 42 S/N 57668 NAX I am not sure of the build date. This unit has a four step vee belt drive and a two step motor/jack shaft drive, it is a basket casebut most seems to be there or in the boxes.
    Attachment 304359[ATTACH=CONFIG]
    Well, the last one with the V-belt drive dates to 1969, that's a pretty late Workshop 9A.
    The 9 x 3 is a 1940 war baby.
    I would need a serial number on the 16 to record it.
    Thanks for the info,
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    Quote Originally Posted by swells View Post
    Yes, you are correct, It's a Workshop No 15, not a model C.
    Still a Workshop 9 inch Standard Change Gear lathe, just has a top oiling headstock and few other minor differences.
    it's a 1935 Model

    Steve
    took me a while but I came to a similar conclusion 34/35 for a year OG plate is missing I have two replacements that came with it it also came with metric gears and standard gears , as it sits now I just need to clean the drive , replace the thrust bearing, and some more little stuff that can be done as it goes back togather

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