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    Default WTB: Steady rest for Monarch 14C

    As the title says. Thank you.

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    I'd take a 16" steady, if it's close.

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    I have a Monarch steady rest that might fit your lathe. What is the center height of your machine?

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    It's a 14c, actual swing is 16.5", so 8.25". Whatcha got?

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    The steady rest is 9" to the center. Not sure about your monarch but my 13" 61 series, has a actual swing of 15.5 but when you measure a tool that is on center to flat way, you get a height of 8.25". So you may want to check that on your machine. I know the steady rest that I have goes to a monarch and that it is too large for my machine, I always assumed that it when to a 14" lathe but I don't know for sure.

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    I will measure in the morning. Thank you.

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    Center height is 8".

    I may be picking up an 16CW this weekend, so that 9" steady may work for that one.


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