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The clamp deal depends on a groove cut in the OD of the register. I looked at the Logan and. South Bend today and neither had enough material to do this. But honestly, I cannot recall the last time I needed a lathe to run in reverse. I do remember once I hit reverse by accident and got hurt. I no lo...
The G9249 had a simple chuck lock. The collar of the backing plate was drilled for two clamps that hooked the plate to the spindle. Probably could be retrofit pretty easily if there is room in there.
Those old Jet and Enco 10X and 12X lathes from the 1980s and 1990s are stout machines. I have had 3 so far, all with hardened beds and accurate as heck. For parts, Grizzly G9249 was made up until a few years ago, many parts fit those old machines.
I think this is it: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/384917099376126180/ "1940’s Matthews V Streamliner McCoy.60 Tether Car" https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/cd/7d/d9/cd7dd952c1dd00fd3d5821c7fd1e9ef0.jpg https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSb5Nv4R6PK-G-8BTHpLleA0rAJuQSWD...
Duragloss and other companies make "Aluminum Cleaner and Brightener". I think the active ingredient is phosphoric acid. It works quickly and looks great, but it does leave a dull surface. If you really want it shiny, find someone with a buffer. 10 minutes and you can see yourself in it. Worst case, ...
- Thu May 19, 2016 7:49 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: OT: Building in isolated location
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Careful Bill - it's 266 pages long, and it will suck you in! LOLseal killer wrote:Rex--
Hey! Thank you for that link! I've only read the first few pages and am already amazed at how similar our situation is to theirs. However, in place of mud, we have rocks.
But it's about done at 80 pages