It downloaded just fine at work. I think my interenet at home just kept botching the download.
--- In email@example.com, wa5cab@... wrote:
> The Group only has a manual on one of the at least several gear box models
> but download the file in the Group's Manuals...Accessories folder that is
> (erroneously) named Atlas QC Gearbox.PDF (it's actually a Craftsman
> 101.201451). Installation steps 7, 15 and 16 tell what to do with the bolt, nuts and
> washers. Note that there are some typos in the manual that I will fix when
> I get around to it. In step 7, the nut referred to as (8) is shown in
> Figure 5 as (B) and the nut referred to as a jam nut that attaches the bolt to
> the leg is not ID'd. It also does not tell you to install a flat washer on
> the bolt before you run down and tighten the jam nut. A washer is clearly
> shown in Figure 9 on the next page.
> Robert D.
> In a message dated 01/30/2013 15:57:27 PM Central Standard Time,
> godlessdavis0@... writes:
> > I'm down to just one part on my 12 inch Commercial lathe. I'm still
> > waiting on the lead screw, hopefully it is the right one.
> > I bought a new support bracket for the quick change box (it was 20 bucks
> > from Clausing).I got it installed, but I am not sure what to do with the
> > bottom slotted hole. The top hole holds the banjo, but I can't figure out that
> > bottom hole. The part number is L6-1002, and you can see it on page 16 of
> > the model 28990 manual. It looks like it has a machine bolt and a couple of
> > jam nuts that might go in the bottom hole of the bracket. Is this just to
> > add tension to the banjo, or maybe to keep it from flexing? I'm very
> > confused.
> > I still need to find a chuck for it, but I hope to be making parts on it
> > in just a couple more weeks.
> > It is still missing the auto cross feed gear assembly, but I can probably
> > live without that for awhile.
> > Thanks
> > Glen