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    Default WTB: Bridgeport clone head assembly

    Looking for anyone selling a functional BP or clone head assembly. I'd prefer the whole thing including motor but am flexible on that. Other bits and pieces missing might not be a problem either, let me know what you've got!
    This will be going on a well used sharp with plenty of life left once this is taken care of. Looking for the best bang for the buck, no restoration going on here.


    Thanks for looking


    Jared

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    You can get either parts or rebuilt heads at H&W.
    H&W Machine Repair & Rebuilding - Parts and Service for the Metalworking Industry
    They will also rebuild your head for you. Good people. I used them extensively rebuilding my Bridgeport.
    Good luck,
    Michael

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    I have a Bridgeport clone head I bought and ended up not needing. Still in the crate. [email protected]
    Mike

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    Bump. Still looking. Got a spare head after buying a rebuilt? maybe an old machine thats getting parted out? let me know.

    Thanks!

    Also kensmachine, clear your PM box for a reply

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    done its emity

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    bump

    Always on the lookout. head is functional but on its last legs. Any leads are appreciated!

    Thanks

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    I have seen new Asian heads for sale. Maybe at Wholesale Tools. But they aren't cheap. Nearly $2000.00 I think,but it's been a long time since I noticed them somewhere.I think you'd be better off going with a decent rebuilt head as suggested in this thread.

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