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    Default L1 chuck, 6L & 3H collets, bxa toolholders

    Let's see if anyone here can utilize these before they go to the auction site. Everything is open to offers! Please send a PM

    Buck L1 10" 3-jaw. It weighs 73lbs as it sits so usps is out. I have fedex and UPS discounts so just let me know where it's shipping to (and if it's a commercial address) so I can see what we're working with. Asking $350 + shipping.



    Hardinge 6L collets, 9/16 11/16 7/8 & 15/16
    $60 shipped


    3H collets, Hardinge 1/4 & 9/16 plus Rivett 1/2
    $50 shipped


    2 BXA import toolholders. 250-202 (5/8 turning) & 250-204 (3/4 boring)
    Looks like these are $19&24 brand new on Amazon, I don't feel right asking more than about $30 shipped.


    Trades: AXA, cat45, nmtb50 holders, large face/shell mills, large boring head (suitable for a Cincinnati No4 vertical), who knows what else :-)


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    I'd like the BXA holders please. PM incoming

    Lee

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    Do you have both sets of jaws for the chuck or are they reversible?

    Thanks,

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    I assumed they were reversible but will check that out and get back to you


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    I have bought a few 10-12" d1-6 chucks over the years and it was affordable to ship them in large flat rate box at USPS.
    If you remove the jaws and the back plate from the chuck it will probably fit in two flat rate boxes. Shipping could be cheaper that way.
    PS: I have no use for the chuck.

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    Earl I checked it out today (WOW is it clean under the jaws, like it has never been opened up far!) and the jaws are not reversible, sorry I'm used to my 4-jaws. Make an offer if you can use it.
    I'll check my fedex and UPS rates, I could disassemble the chuck for 2 large flat rate boxes but that'll be $40, depending how far it has to go there may not be much difference



    Quote Originally Posted by EarlF View Post
    Do you have both sets of jaws for the chuck or are they reversible?

    Thanks,



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