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90754

Re: 109.21280

Well, that makes a total of five that we can say we know were made. What puzzles me is that it doesn't seem to have ever been listed in any Power Tools
wa5cab
7:56 PM
#90754
 
90753

Re: 109.20630

I have SEEN one of those late model 109 units. Saw it at a yard sale in South St Louis, some time ago, but have retained a good mental image of it. It
jtiers
7:14 PM
#90753
 
90752

Re: 109.20630

I have SEEN one of those late model 109 units. Saw it at a yard sale in South St Louis, some time ago, but have retained a good mental image of it. It
jtiers
4:46 PM
#90752
 
90751

Re: 109.20630

Well, can't help that...... 1) My 109 had a 1/4" thru hole in the spindle, if that is what you mean by a "pass-thru", and so did the replacement spindle I
jtiers
4:37 PM
#90751
 
90750

Re: 109.20630

Jonathan, I have a bit of info on the 109.20630 and I'm more than ready to help anyone that likes the 109's. It was the first lathe I ever owned and now I have
dhlh1984
3:42 PM
#90750
 
90749

Re: 109.20630

All of the 109 lathes had a .254 pass through the spindle and you are right about there not being much meat outside the 0MT. If you check I think you will find
dhlh1984
3:06 PM
#90749
 
90748

Re: 109.20630

I have beenworking on theAA 109 for sometime now and know some bits and scraps of their history and structure and would enjoy a communication from the Hairs
Jonathan H Bateman
2:48 PM
#90748
 
90747

Re: 109.20630

Raymond, There is one exception that I know of. the change gears for the 618 will work on the 109 lathes. David Hair
dhlh1984
2:44 PM
#90747
 
90746

Re: Spare headstock for tube turning.

a split collar on the tube bearing against the rear of the steady solves that problem best wishes doc With a steady, the pipe, which cannot be
Doc
2:11 PM
#90746
 
90745

Re: 109.20630

I have samples, literature,and surmised research on the early AA 109 0703 etc. Annoy (just kidding) wa5cab and I will try to get this out for all to see.
Jonathan H Bateman
1:21 PM
#90745
 
90744

Re: 109.20630

The Liberal Arts Garage; I have in hand a numbered AA 109 0703 from about 1940 which came with a four- groove and back.- gear cone pulley; the spindle was not
Jonathan H Bateman
12:52 PM
#90744
 
90743

Re: 109.20630

The spindle could be from a 101.07300, although I would have expected threads on the small end and multiple diameters. There appears to be a dead center stuck
wa5cab
12:42 PM
#90743
 
90742

Re: 109.20630

OK. But contrary to the write-up, it is not in any of the 1960's Power Tools catalogs. There is no evidence on the lathes.uk site supporting the model
wa5cab
12:28 PM
#90742
 
90741

Re: 109.20630

... There are aftermarket spindles with 3/4-16 threads. ... It is a #0 but not a full-length one. The homeshopsupply web site talks about the odd #0 and that
Scott Henion
10:23 AM
#90741
 
90740

Re: 109.20630

Judging from the photos of the 109.21280 on the lathes.co.uk web site it appears to have a pass-through in the spindle, not available with the other models
mondosmetals
10:16 AM
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