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    Default WTB: 3J collets, 5C collet chuck, taper adapter, …

    Looking to buy the following items:

    3J collets

    Steadyrest and follower rest for a Lodge & Shipley 2013 AVS

    Follower rest for a Monarch 10EE

    Monarch 10EE D1-3 “bullet” 5C taper adapter

    5C collet chuck, D1-6, Sjogren

    Qty=8, 4”-5” diameter, 3/4” to 1” thick steel disks to use as machine foot pads

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpseguin View Post
    Looking to buy the following items:

    3J collets

    Steadyrest and follower rest for a Lodge & Shipley 2013 AVS

    Follower rest for a Monarch 10EE

    Monarch 10EE D1-3 “bullet” 5C taper adapter

    5C collet chuck, D1-6, Sjogren

    Qty=8, 4”-5” diameter, 3/4” to 1” thick steel disks to use as machine foot pads
    I have a Monarch D1-3 5C adapter, will get some pictures and info……….

    Kevin

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    I have 3J collets and chuck would prefer to sell all together but there may be some duplicates that could go.
    Bob

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    I have a bullet that I could sell but I don't know what one is worth. Rick 501-519-7425

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    For the pucks, buy them as flame cut discs of A36 from Nowell Steel. They essentially charge by the pound for parts like this. Make a quick drawing and send it to Ted for a quote. Lead times are very short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halcohead View Post
    For the pucks, buy them as flame cut discs of A36 from Nowell Steel. They essentially charge by the pound for parts like this. Make a quick drawing and send it to Ted for a quote. Lead times are very short.
    Thanks!
    I called them, but they said they won’t do small orders.

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    On the disks - Mcmaster-Carr sells them in various diameters and thicknesses. The link is for low-carbon steel might they might also have them in alloy and tool steels.:

    McMaster-Carr

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpseguin View Post
    Looking to buy the following items:

    3J collets

    Steadyrest and follower rest for a Lodge & Shipley 2013 AVS

    Follower rest for a Monarch 10EE

    Monarch 10EE D1-3 “bullet” 5C taper adapter

    5C collet chuck, D1-6, Sjogren

    Qty=8, 4”-5” diameter, 3/4” to 1” thick steel disks to use as machine foot pads
    I have some foot pads that were sold with some imported South Bend lathes.
    4” diameter, 3/4” thick, with a 1 1/2” diameter 3/16” deep c’bore. I think they are cast iron.
    I also have a few N.O.S. 3J collets
    Send me an email if you are interested.
    Ted
    [email protected]
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBLatheman View Post
    I have some foot pads that were sold with some imported South Bend lathes.
    4” diameter, 3/4” thick, with a 1 1/2” diameter 3/16” deep c’bore. I think they are cast iron.
    I also have a few N.O.S. 3J collets
    Send me an email if you are interested.
    Ted
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    Thanks Ted!
    I emailed you.


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