OK. That was apparently true of some of the early Atlas built wood lathes including the ones advertised as being convertable to metal working. But I never thought that hanging a 4-step pulley out on the end of the motor shaft was a good idea.
In a message dated 12/20/2013 10:12:14 AM Central Standard Time, ygroups@... writes:
Sometimes the 109's (AA/Dunlap) didn't use a counter shaft, just a step pulley on the motor --a pulley matching the spindle step pulley, but reversed of course.
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