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    Default Southbend Taper Pin Part Number Cross Reference

    Does any one have a cross reference of Southbend taper pin part numbers to the standard number equivalent?

    What is a 168x516 taper pin?
    What is a 168x307 taper pin?
    What is a 168x513 taper pin?

    These taper pins are found on the bent pipe heavy 10 cabinet under drive. I'm sure that I will come across other number as a proceed with the cleaning and re-wicking of my heavy 10.

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    Vlad,

    168x307 = #2 x 7/8"

    168x513 = #4 x 1-5/8"

    168x516 = #4 x 2.0"

    Steve

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    You da man Steve!

    Can I assume that any 168x3XX will be a #2 pin, that any 168x5XX will be a #4 pin?

    By deduction then a 168x1XX will be a #0 pin, a 168x2XX will be a #1 pin, 168x4XX will be a #3 pin, 168x6XX will be a #5 pin, etc?

    And the last two digits of the part number would be the length in 1/8" over one inch if the number is 168xX1X and the number of 1/8" less than one inch if the number is 168xX0X?

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    South Bend Lathe “X” numbers;
    Commercially Available Hardware

    http://www.wewilliams.net/docs/Comme...orm%201178.pdf

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    Yes Vlad, that's correct. They start at 00, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. = x, 1xx, 2xx, 3xx and so on.

    see the link Ted posted.

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    Thank you Steve. It looks like the manual Ted posted is from your web site. I thank both of you for the help you have provided, not only me but all of the people on this forum.

    Vlad


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