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Pointers to apron removal instructions for 12" lathe

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OK. When I pulled the leadscrew from one with the slip clutch, I had a little trouble getting it unstuck. And the ball and spring being below the shaft does
wa5cab
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12:22 PM

"Slide gear" on 12" Lathe

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Aha. Well, I did have to take the gear off to get it to slide on the shaft. Very tight fit for something that's supposed to slide. Even after cleaning it, I
pstemari
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May 26

Gear lube for 12" lathe

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Ahhh.. yes.. obvious vent. I know.. :)
shawneliason79
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May 26

Steady Rest Inserts?

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I use brass bolts from OHS Some you may to make out of brass round stock On some older lathes I just brazing a new tip Dave
davesmith1800
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May 24

Spare headstock for tube turning.

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Jerry, As I recall he wanted the setup to perform certain (forgotten) operations on a multiple runs of a specific work piece. If in fact he uses the setup to
anthrhodes
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May 18

Going Backwards. Got a lantern.

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they are on ebay cheap On Thu, May 14, 2015 at 3:09 PM, stevemetsch@yahoo.com [atlas_craftsman] < ... -- Robert Halbrook
brokenwrench1 .
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May 14

Sears/Dunlap/AA Manuals

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Thanks. I found enough to answer the main questions I had, which were model numbers. And pushed back the earliest date I've found where you can generally say
wa5cab
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May 14

Re: 109.21280

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Jerry, I got a chuckle out of it. :-) Realistically, I think it as unlikely as you do. Robert Downs - Houston wa5cab dot com (Web Store) MVPA 9480 In a
wa5cab
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May 9

spindle runout

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I would definitely suggest "badgering" Clausing. We DO NOT KNOW what the proper tolerances are, and you may be able to get something more along the lines of
jtiers
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May 8

Headstock for tube turning

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I have even used a wooden plug. ... From: Richard Hughson richughson@gmail.com [atlas_craftsman] To: atlas_craftsman@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, May 05,
Glenn N
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May 7

109.20630

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That's why my new spindle has no internal taper. As everyone has noticed adds to weakness. Sent from my iPad
Jonathan H Bateman
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May 7

Quick change feed gear

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Tom, The 1500 and 1570 are the same except that the 1570 (not 1507) is for retrofitting to a 10" lathe with a 5/8" lead screw. The only difference I can see
wa5cab
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May 1

spindle bearings - craftsman 109.20630

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... From: "shawneliason79@yahoo.com [atlas_craftsman]" To: Sent: Friday, May 01, 2015 12:28
jtiers
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May 1

Motor - grounding issue

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That's just the type I referred to.  The "sturdier cylinder" is the motor "stator" magnetic structure.Most motors have a solid cylinder or "shell" of heavy
Jerrold Tiers
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May 1

Re: Motor - grounding issue - Meggers and AVO's

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In a message dated 04/30/2015 03:09:07 AM Central Daylight Time, ... That's been my experience. ... I have a "Universal AVOMeter" around here somewhere that I
wa5cab
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Apr 30
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