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    ROYAL BULL HEAD LATHE LIVE CENTER w/ 5MT SHANK - #10905. New retail price is 1000.00.
    It is in overall great shape. It came with my lathe but is too big. There is somevery light staining, and some engraving. It is 4.15" at the largest diameter, and has dual bearings. 300.00 shipped

    #10 Jarno Taper bull nose live center and dead center. These came with my lathe, and dont fit. Bull center is 3 1/2 inches, and has a threaded nose. I find no makers marks on either. 225.00 shipped.
    My lathe came out of a xerox maintenance dept. Every accessory it had was top quality made in the US stuff.
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    Hi Joe,
    I'm guessing you're somewhere near Rochester? I'm in Oswego. What kind of lathe did you get from Xerox?

    Mark

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    the condition of the bearings is huge in a used live center, but even if they are smooth as silk, I still think you are about double on the prices. that is more than "light staining", good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyanidekid View Post
    the condition of the bearings is huge in a used live center, but even if they are smooth as silk, I still think you are about double on the prices. that is more than "light staining", good luck
    Just going off what I found on ebay, then cut the price even more. I've bought and sold enough machines and tooling in the last 15 years that I don't think I'm that far off. Plus who pays asking price, but thanks for your 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marka12161 View Post
    Hi Joe,
    I'm guessing you're somewhere near Rochester? I'm in Oswego. What kind of lathe did you get from Xerox?

    Mark
    Just outside of Brockport. I own a fab shop. The lathe is a Monarch 16" model K in really nice shape and was tooled up well.

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    Royal is sold 125 on the jarnos


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