Re: [mlathemods] CamLok tailstock fitting
I like the secure feeling of the cam and bushing solidly supported in the
upper casting which requires a 7/8 inch hole for the bushing and tapped
holes for three 8-32 retaining screws for the bushing in the casting. Others
whom I respect do not feel that support is needed but I do.
Go and look all is in the photos and files at mlathemods.
Long Beach, CA
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John Adams, Nocangul No. 7, 1775
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2003 6:48 PM
Subject: Re: [mlathemods] CamLok tailstock fitting
> Are any of these camlocks the one that does not require drilling through
> Charlie B
- Um, the link is for a set of short pattern combination wrenches.
--- In email@example.com, Bob Loesch <rrloesch@j...> wrote:
> I love my HF tools, but taps and dies from them one MUST be wary
> bought a set like the one described, and found that the rake on the
> had been ground on the WRONG side of the flute! Must have been
> 'backward cutting of inside-out left-hand threads'...
> At 05:17 AM 3/27/2003 -0000, roylowenthal wrote:
> > HF has a full SAE & Metric set for $20!
> > I've been using the Sneers & Rareback stubbies since they came
> >a couple of years ago. They're almost addictive! Except for
> >breaking loose or final tightening, there's enough leverage in a
> >handier wrench.
> Cuckoobob, in beautiful Lake County, California, USA
> Cuckoobob's (more than just Cuckoo) Clocks, 707-272-7070
> I buy (too often), sell (too seldom), repair (too few),
> and collect (too many) cuckoo clocks
> NAWCC 140818