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    Dave C has it right. You have a running mill...

    Dave C has it right.
    You have a running mill without spending a dime!!!!~

    THANX RICH
  2. I'm in the process of restoring an old hose reel...

    I'm in the process of restoring an old hose reel cart that's about 50 yrs old.
    The lady that threw it out said they couldn't get the leaks fixed.
    I had to bore out the gland on this also uses 4 o...
  3. It worked just like it should have. Good job. ...

    It worked just like it should have.
    Good job.

    THANX RICH
  4. I've re arched many leaf springs when we ran...

    I've re arched many leaf springs when we ran Mopar circle track race cars.
    Just disassemble the spring, as you already have.
    Have a press with 2 pieces of steel (we used rr track) spaced a ft. or...
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    Peter I have an almost exact duplicate to your...

    Peter
    I have an almost exact duplicate to your truck, except it's a 1940!!!!
    i don't know where I have any pics or I would post them.

    THANX RICH
  6. I had one of these in 16" with a much longer bed....

    I had one of these in 16" with a much longer bed. I ended up parting it out as a couple of headstock gears were stripped.
    Parts from LeBlond are quite expensive.
    I shipped parts all over the...
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    I've had great success mig welding cast iron....

    I've had great success mig welding cast iron.
    Vee it out, preheat and run your bead.

    THANX RICH
  8. I've got the twin to that in my shop, only mine...

    I've got the twin to that in my shop, only mine still runs.
    I used to use it just as 754 suggests. now the 5hp 3ph motor is my phase converter and the rest of it is a great big long shelf!!!
    ...
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    Very nice job. I've made quite a few taps when I...

    Very nice job. I've made quite a few taps when I got into a pinch.
    It always seems very rewarding when they come out as a proper tap.

    THANX RICH
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    I've had access to a power hack saw and It worked...

    I've had access to a power hack saw and It worked OK but my band saw is way faster.
    A couple years ago I bought a cold saw and it's way better than either other saw I've used.

    THANX RICH
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    On my 220 amp Lincoln mig welder if it's not used...

    On my 220 amp Lincoln mig welder if it's not used for a long period of time the wire will get an oxidized coating on it and not want to feed properly, act just like you describe. I unspool a bunch of...
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    Try heating the plug and when it appear some of...

    Try heating the plug and when it appear some of the heat has migrated into the alum. apply candle wax around the plug.
    I've removed a lot of stuck fasteners and plugs with this method.
    It seems...
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    I have an older version of that lathe in my shop...

    I have an older version of that lathe in my shop except it has a 6" riser under the headstock.
    Mine was originally line shaft driven with a elect. motor conversion mounted up high like that one....
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    Sparky, thanks for the link, that's exactly what...

    Sparky, thanks for the link, that's exactly what I need.
    I bought this series one BP several years ago. It came with a few KS tool holders and right after I bought it I found a few more on E bay for...
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    Does anyone know where I can find the Kwik-Switch...

    Does anyone know where I can find the Kwik-Switch tool holder dimensions?
    I've looked on the Universal Eng web site and can't find the tool holder dimension.
    I have a BP with a K/S spindle and need...
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    I heat with propane, both our house and shop...

    I heat with propane, both our house and shop which is a pole building. We're on a budget plan with our provider and pay so much a mo. for 11 mos.
    At the end of May they figure it up and they may owe...
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    Bridgeport, hands down!!!! THANX RICH

    Bridgeport, hands down!!!!

    THANX RICH
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    I have a Rotary 2 post symmetrical lift and the...

    I have a Rotary 2 post symmetrical lift and the install instructions call for a min. of 4 1/4" of 3000 lb. concrete.
    I'll try and include a link to Rotary's installation page for min. sizes.
    ...
  19. The first time I had your problem with a Poulan...

    The first time I had your problem with a Poulan saw like that I found the suction line going out of the tank had a crack and it didn't draw enough fuel to run at higher RPM's.
    Like he says in the...
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    I've been watching this thread since it started....

    I've been watching this thread since it started.
    I wasn't aware of all the different Leatherman models available, so I got mine out to look at it's name.
    I then went to the Leatherman link above...
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    Thanks for the drawings, I'm going to try and get...

    Thanks for the drawings, I'm going to try and get around to making one next week.

    THANX RICH
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    I have had a few different ones but the only one...

    I have had a few different ones but the only one I have kept using is a Leatherman. It was my first and I still have it.
    The others were so 'memorable" that I don't even remember their names.
    I've...
  23. My press has a double acting cyl. that I attach...

    My press has a double acting cyl. that I attach an extension to that pins to the table, then I use the hyd, cyl to raise and lower the table.
    THANX RICH
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    I believe he's talking about a VFD and tooling...

    I believe he's talking about a VFD and tooling you will need.
    A bunch of people on here think that a VFD is the only way to go, but I've been running a BP on a Phase A Matic static phase converter...
  25. I have a bunch of MT shanked drill bits. Some...

    I have a bunch of MT shanked drill bits.
    Some are MT 1"s from 1/4" up to 3/4".
    Then I have a whole lot of MT 2 from 33/64's up to 2", but they all came with a SB 16" lathe I bought from an oil dist...
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