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    Default Du-more 5-021 tool post grinder

    Selling this tool post grinder setup.
    Comes as shown and is in great shape.
    Includes belts, pulleys, collets, guards, wrenches, original box, etc.
    Any questions please ask
    Shipping from St. Louis area at your cost.
    Paypal +3% is ok

    Asking $400

    Thanks
    Matt


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    Possibly interested.

    Forgive my ignorance, but it doesn't look to my eyes like there's anything included to mount to a compound or cross-slide. What would be needed in addition to what is shown to use this tool on a 19" swing LeBlond?

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    Look at the pic here:
    DuMore 5-021 Tool Post Lathe Grinder 1/2 HP Machinist - w/ Box & Accessories | eBay
    You may need to modify the post to mount it to your compound, similar to mounting a tool post. (Clearly shown in the link) OP's seems to have this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    Look at the pic here:
    DuMore 5-021 Tool Post Lathe Grinder 1/2 HP Machinist - w/ Box & Accessories | eBay
    You may need to modify the post to mount it to your compound, similar to mounting a tool post. (Clearly shown in the link) OP's seems to have this.
    Much obliged. It's a lot clearer in that picture, I was looking at the stud that was half pointed at the motor and wondering how the hell I was going to get anything pointed in the right direction. Thanks!

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    Considering this sold pending payment.
    Will update shortly.
    Thanks


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