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    Default F/S 2 Hardinge-Sjogren Speed Chucks and Collets 2J

    OK it's really only 1 and a parts chuck. They are both 2J A2-5 spindle mounts.
    The first is in good shape. It's the large handwheel type, marked not to exceed 4000 rpm.
    $275 for the chuck plus shipping in a large flat rate box.
    (Parts chuck in next post.)

    The 2J collet set is a complete set in 16’s from 1/8th to 1 3/8s. That’s 21 collets.
    They are all Hardinge except for 1 Rivett. Some have marks on their noses but nothing that would affect use.
    $275 for the collets plus shipping in a medium flat rate box.

    I'd take $500 plus shipping for both.
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    The second is a parts chuck. I’m not sure what is going on with it, but the hand wheel ring gear seems over size for the small double gears. Look at the first picture in this post. I have the handwheel moved as far to the left as it will go. The gear at the 3 o’clock postion is in full contact. Look at the gear at the 9 o’clock and it’s barely engaged. When the chuck is together there is way too much play in the handwheel. The other problem is the collet nut that pulls the collet tight has way too much play in it. I’d be afraid of stripping threads to use it like is now. There is a good write up in the Monarch section stickys on a way to repair this. The other thing I was thinking of is using the front half of the chuck with the collet taper and making a 2J collet block to use in the milling machine. I like my 5C blocks that hold work. Just a thought.
    $75 plus shipping in a large flat rate box for this complete chuck.
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    I’d like the collets. Look for a PM.


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    If rklopp changes his mind, I'll take the collets. Thanks!

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    Collets sold pending.

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    Collets showed up yesterday, in great shape and well packaged. Thanks very much Maynah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maynah View Post
    The second is a parts chuck. I’m not sure what is going on with it, but the hand wheel ring gear seems over size for the small double gears. Look at the first picture in this post. I have the handwheel moved as far to the left as it will go. The gear at the 3 o’clock postion is in full contact. Look at the gear at the 9 o’clock and it’s barely engaged. When the chuck is together there is way too much play in the handwheel. The other problem is the collet nut that pulls the collet tight has way too much play in it. I’d be afraid of stripping threads to use it like is now. There is a good write up in the Monarch section stickys on a way to repair this. The other thing I was thinking of is using the front half of the chuck with the collet taper and making a 2J collet block to use in the milling machine. I like my 5C blocks that hold work. Just a thought.
    $75 plus shipping in a large flat rate box for this complete chuck.
    do you still have the parts chuck?


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