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    Default Taper Attachment for 16" Monarch #61

    Been stored outside for several years.

    I have CNC, so no use for a taper attachment.

    I think most everything is there, and I'm sure that it will clean up with some elbow grease. (not avail in California under Issue 65?)

    I will add anything that I find while digging through the rubble that once was an outside pallet rack...

    Good to free home:





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    Interesting,I have a 60 series Monarch that was built new with taper, but sometime got partially dismantled. It is missing a few pieces, not sure what. I wonder if there is much interchangeability between the 60 and 61. I'm going to check this out maybe something will work?
    Do you have a rapid attachment for the same lathe?

    thanks,
    Mark Piechowski
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    IDK what a Rapid attachment is, but pretty sure I aint got one.


    I don't know the 60 series machines, so no help there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstEliminator View Post
    Interesting,I have a 60 series Monarch that was built new with taper, but sometime got partially dismantled. It is missing a few pieces, not sure what. I wonder if there is much interchangeability between the 60 and 61.
    I'm almost 100% positive there is no difference between Ser.60 and Ser.61 taper attachments.

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    A free home? What would it cost to secure the pieces on the pallet by building sides and a top? I can generate a bill of lading and send a truck to a commercial address.

    Ox, I will send you a PM.

    thanks,
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    The 60 series I have was built with rapid treverse which is nice on a 126" bed. However, some of the parts are missing. The rapid has it's own motor and a long shaft to move the carriage. The shaft is gone too, so it's probably never going to work without spending a bunch of money. Too bad this Monarch didn't have better care over the years.

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    If someone doesn't want the whole shebang, I'd LOVE to have the bad clamp only. Flat rate box, will pay shipping!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstEliminator View Post
    A free home? What would it cost to secure the pieces on the pallet by building sides and a top? I can generate a bill of lading and send a truck to a commercial address.

    Ox, I will send you a PM.

    thanks,
    Mark

    I can git it skidded up, no worries.


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