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    Default L00 Chushman 3 jaw, L00 40 taper, L0 back plate

    6" 3 jaw Cushman with just the three jaws as shown. As far as I can tell it is in pretty good shape.
    It was mounted on a dividing head and the 40 taper looks to be very nicely shop made.

    Also shown is an L00 backplate which has the very common chip at the start of the thread otherwise fine.

    US$75 for the Cushman plus cost of shipping.

    US $35 for the 40 taper plus shipping.

    US $100 for the above pair.


    US $20 for the L00 backplate


    The chuck hung out so far from the DH that I had to change it to a better mounting system with a different chuck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M. Moore View Post
    6" 3 jaw Cushman with just the three jaws as shown. As far as I can tell it is in pretty good shape.
    It was mounted on a dividing head and the 40 taper looks to be very nicely shop made.

    Also shown is an LO backplate which has the very common chip at the start of the thread otherwise fine.

    US$75 for the Cushman plus cost of shipping.

    US $35 for the 40 taper plus shipping.

    US $100 for the above pair.


    US $20 for the LO backplate


    The chuck hung out so far from the DH that I had to change it to a better mounting system with a different chuck.
    I'd like the backplate please.

    PM coming

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    I'm curious, though - how does the Cushman secure onto the 40 taper adapter? The retaining nut would normally be part of the spindle nose, but it looks to be part of the chuck in the picture?

    Lee

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    Lee,
    The nut is just threaded onto the chuck and once removed you slip the holder into the chuck and put the nut on to tighten it all up as per normal.
    It doesn't have any kind of retainer to hold the nut onto the 40 taper adapter.

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    No problem

    It's an L0 spindle I have. I sent an email reply

    Thanks

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    Ok,
    Here is the second backplate L0.

    US$30
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