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85441Re: [atlas_craftsman] Ref Early Atlas/Craftsman Threading Chart, Catalog and Model Numbers

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  • Gary Last
    Dec 23, 2013
      My threading chart from a 101-07401 has the number 2028 and 2030 at the bottom this can be seen on the chart I posted in the photos section called 101-07401,  I'm just saying this cause if I read your chart right it has the 07401 next to the 2032 model??

      On Monday, December 23, 2013 12:00 AM, "wa5cab@..." <wa5cab@...> wrote:

      Prior to 1951, there was not a one-to-one correlation between Model Number and Catalog Number in the Craftsman Power Tools catalog.  And not a one-to-one correlation between Model Number and bed length of the 12" lathes.  If you look at the bottom of the subject Threading Chart, you will see the numbers 2028, 2030 and 2032.  Those are the last four digits of catalog numbers.  As best I can determine with no examples available to prove otherwise, the catalog numbers cross to the following model numbers (all bed lengths that were available).

      2028      101.07360, 101.07361, 101.07362, 101.07363
      2030      101.07380, 101.07381, 101.07382
      2032      101.07400, 101.07401

      However, according to the parts lists from Sears Parts Direct, 101.07362, 101.07363 AND 101.07282 don't have 96T gears.  I don't recall anyone reporting having one of those models.  But if anyone does, please report whether it has the early threading chart with 96T gears or the later one that only goes up to 64T.

      Robert Downs - Houston
      wa5cab dot com (Web Store)
      MVPA 9480

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