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    Quote Originally Posted by swells View Post
    Mike, this is more than likely a 1936 9-inch Workshop No. 15, an underdrive would be a Catalog ?115-?, depending on the type of underdrive. and bed length, and underdrive Workshop is rare to see.
    Please post photos so we can see it.
    The feed nut type would be with or without taper attachment, without is most common, and Ted would have an NOS (PT65NK)nut to fit that.

    Steve
    Steve, this machine has a taper attachment. don't know if that makes a difference. thanks for your efforts.-mikesouthbend-1.jpgsouthbend-2.jpgsouthbend-3.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpr455 View Post
    Steve, this machine has a taper attachment. don't know if that makes a difference. thanks for your efforts.-mikesouthbend-1.jpgsouthbend-2.jpgsouthbend-3.jpg
    Not a Workshop...lol
    This is an N series, probably a 15 or 16-inch
    Measure the distance from the tailstock center down to the top of the V-ways.
    Post a close up of the gearbox tag, look for a 15 in the right upper side.

    Steve

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    Steve,
    I bought off of Ted Pflugner in 2010
    Catalog # 1874
    Serial # 103862

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    steve, distance from tailstock down to the v way is 7.500. the number on the gearbox tag is 16. thanks mike p

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    Steve,
    Here is a picture I think?
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    I just got an old south bend 11x3 built in 1920. #27 serial number J790.there is no information anywhere. I've used lathes before but have no experience with the gears at all. It's all greek so far. The lathe is in remarkable condition for being 101 years old. I was a welder/fabricator for 30 years and did some machining but would never call myself a machinist. As I have read through some of the posts I have a lot to learn, especially the terminology and basic names of different parts. My experience is pretty basic...make a few parts here and there for products we built. Any help will be appreciated. Thank you.
    Quote Originally Posted by swells View Post
    I am now requesting all serial numbers and dates. I have listed all the early pre 1940, and have a good start on the post 1940 numbers. If you would like a copy of the list, visit my website and click the serial number link. I will update it every week. I only have a few files uploaded at this time, the new site has only been up for two hours. so if you like what you see...tell me.
    If you are looking for something special, tell me and if I have it I will upload it. I just received a loaned catalog collection from the west coast that you would not believe! Everone on this group and the Yahoo group gets a free pass inside the site as I build it. Usernames and passwords will be issued at a future time, but it will still be free to the two groups.
    the site is:

    wswells.com

    Steve


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