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    Default WTB "heavy 9" or SB Jr. Stuff

    I know I'm kinda all over the place but I think between members I can get the parts that cross over from the heavy 10 but if I can find them there's a couple things specific to the heavy 9" and and some jrs that I could use.

    1- compound
    2-steady rest
    2- even a complete tailstock if it's better than mine.

    if you have anything let me know, even if it's not on my list it *could* be.

    Yup, she is a project!

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    You'll need to be more specific on the year, or at least the series- the 'O' 9 Jrs have the circular t-slot holding the compound down.

    allan

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    Any interest in a stripped 9" tail stock?

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    possibly, is it a "heavy 9" one?

    Good point Alan, this one has the spud for the compound hold down...it is a 1937, it has much more in common with the Heavy 10 than anything else but some SBjr accessories(steady, follow) should work.

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    I'm not sure of the origin of this thread, since I just tumbled to it, but I've got a full, running (but currently in pieces) Heavy 9 that I could certainly part with, complete with a couple of chucks, the funny drill chuck for the spindle nose, and some other tooling. This isn't a junker, or a parts machine, it was running and in good shape when I mothballed it. (in rust inhibitor, indoors, etc. It's still fine.)
    It's in Central Ohio, and I'm in California. Which is why it's in mothballs. If you're interested, drop me a line.

    Brian

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    Line dropped!

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    Not so stripped down... most everything but a quill and clamp

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    thanks lazz, but that one is for the little 9"(workshop type)

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    Here is all I have left for a wide nine, heavy nine, or Jr. If there is anything you want drop me a PM
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