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    Default WTB or Trade for KEARNEY TRECKER 2HL THREAD MILLING ATTACHMENT

    Looking to buy thread milling attachment that fits the k&t 2hl.
    Or have for trade a Light High Speed Universal Attachment with adjustable spindle that fits the 2hl.
    Also available for trade a 12"k&t rotary table power drive version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanM View Post
    Looking to buy thread milling attachment that fits the k&t 2hl.
    Or have for trade a Light High Speed Universal Attachment with adjustable spindle that fits the 2hl.
    Thread milling attach only works if you also have the low lead attach driving the dividing head on the Universal version of the 2HL

    Great info here

    Kearney & Trecker Co. - Publication Reprints - Thread Milling Attachment - Brochure | VintageMachinery.org

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    Thank you for the link John. My mill is the universal and I also have the low lead and dividing head.

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    Sounds like you want to mill some worms..

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    Hello Mike, How have you been?
    I know I'm going to regret it if someone actually wants to trade for that high speed head, its the handiest of all the variations especially for intricate stuff but yes I wouldn't mind milling a few worm gears and treads!


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