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    Would be interested in the right side table bearing housing if it's still available...

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    Quote Originally Posted by machine812 View Post
    Would be interested in the right side table bearing housing if it's still available...
    Hmmm, you mean the casting?? I might have it. Did yours break ? Any pictures?

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    Have the right,left tilt components been sold to the other members that inquired? Thanks

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    Sorry, just sold those about 3 months ago.

    Steve.
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    Have the right,left tilt components been sold to the other members that inquired? Thanks
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    Do you still have any parts for this machine? I just bought an 845 and the auto down feed gear is broken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgingerich View Post
    Do you still have any parts for this machine? I just bought an 845 and the auto down feed gear is broken
    I have some of the head around here somewhere. Can you describe the gear your seeking?

    Steve.

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    Directly below the driven pulley is a double gear, roughly 2" in diameter and the gear that is driven from the transmission for auto down feed. If you have the whole head assembly we may be interested in that.

    Best regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgingerich View Post
    Directly below the driven pulley is a double gear, roughly 2" in diameter and the gear that is driven from the transmission for auto down feed. If you have the whole head assembly we may be interested in that.

    Best regards
    I'll try and get a look at the head at some point today. I know I've sold off parts from the head. I'd be willing to sell off what's left of it, however, freight costs might make be steep. I'm in Massachusetts.

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    I appreciate your time, thank you for looking.

    Best regards

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    After some more disassembly the gear that is missing teeth is underneath the large timing belt pulley. It is engaged with a sliding fork. Again, thank you for looking

    Best regards

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    This look like the one?

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    Do you still have the belt housing / motor mount? If so, how much to ship to CO at 80909?

    Thanks,

    Jim
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    That is definitely the gear we need. Would you be interested in letting it go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jj80909 View Post
    Do you still have the belt housing / motor mount? If so, how much to ship to CO at 80909?

    Thanks,

    Jim
    Yes, I have it. I think the spindle brake assembly was removed. I think I still have the handle too.

    Colorado to Massachusetts is going to be tough on shipping. That things heavier than it looks.

    Any ideas on a good weigh to ship it?

    Seems like motor freight is the best way to go. I've heard of people using Fastenal for this sort of deal. I have a branch 25 minutes from my place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgingerich View Post
    That is definitely the gear we need. Would you be interested in letting it go?
    I fear as soon as I sell it, mine will break (Murphy's law). But you need one now, so yes, I'd sell it. Have no idea what a fair asking price would be though.

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    Wonderful, is it ok to pm you about purchase details?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgingerich View Post
    Wonderful, is it ok to pm you about purchase details?
    Sure. I'll reply with my email.

    Steve.

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    Fastenal would be a good way to ship it, may take a week or two but pretty sure it's the cheapest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    Fastenal would be a good way to ship it, may take a week or two but pretty sure it's the cheapest.
    Rob,
    Sounds like you've used them before.

    Would they be able to assist in palletizing it?

    I bo not have strapping equipment.

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