If you're patient you can find just about anything on this lathe on eBay. Its just that not everything is up for sale all the time. Wording is critical forvirtualwilz
Hi Steve, Looks like lots of options, many more than I was finding. I looked at ebay, but my searches were too specific... Until the replacement arrives, I'mn7gtb
Dayton makes a similar drum switch you could probably get at Grainger. Steve Sent via the Samsung GALAXY S®4 Active™, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphonevirtualwilz
This month's lathe is owned by Allan Wheatley.
It didn't leave the factory in this colour - some original grey is seen in the (separate) shot of the counter-shaft, along with sixty year old oil stains and crud. The lathe was built in late 1939 or early 1940. It's a standard model of the Heavy 10, with a 3 ft bed, swinging 10 inch diameter work in front of the saddle, and taking lengths up to about 15 inches long (depending on chuck or centres).
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