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  • doctor demo
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    Originally posted by JoeFin
    OK - thanks

    I'll have to keep looking for the larger 4 way to put on the LeBlond temporarily until I can get a QC tool post.

    Any word on our shipment from Ohio ?
    I seem to remember one of the others leaving with something kinda large but I can't remember who left with what. You were giving so much stuff away I thought You were in the sun too long .

    He never got back to Me after My second request so I figured He gave Me the brush off.

    Steve

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  • JoeFin
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    Originally posted by doctor demo
    Nope, just the R8-1'' holder.

    Steve
    OK - thanks

    I'll have to keep looking around here for it. I have the small Harding 4 way which was a little short even for my 12" lathe and I was looking for the larger 4 way to put on the LeBlond temporarily until I can get a QC tool post.

    Any word on our shipment from Ohio ?

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  • doctor demo
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    Originally posted by JoeFin
    Hey Steve

    Did I give you a 4 way tool post holder when you were over for the Bar-B-Que.

    just wondering if you were using it

    Joe
    Nope, just the R8-1'' holder.

    Steve

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  • JoeFin
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    Originally posted by doctor demo
    That included 300 pounds of crating , so I was right after all .

    Steve
    Hey Steve

    Did I give you a 4 way tool post holder when you were over for the Bar-B-Que.

    just wondering if you were using it

    Joe

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  • doctor demo
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    [QUOTE=JoeFin]We are friends - remember I was talking about going in halves with you on that LeBlond 15 for parts. That was the weight the guy quoted me on having it shipped out here.

    Next time

    That included 300 pounds of crating , so I was right after all .

    Steve

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  • JoeFin
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    Originally posted by doctor demo
    Joe I thought We were friends....dropping a dime on Me for 300 pounds

    Steve
    We are friends - remember I was talking about going in halves with you on that LeBlond 15 for parts. That was the weight the guy quoted me on having it shipped out here. As much as you and me spent on parts, and the way the guys over at the Yahoo LeBlond Group salivate over parts on Eboner, it probably would have turned a profit

    Next time

    BTW: when are we going to look at the Ckt board for your cnc

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  • doctor demo
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    Originally posted by JoeFin
    3300 lbs - is the weight if we are talking a post WWII LeBlond Regal 15
    Joe I thought We were friends....dropping a dime on Me for 300 pounds

    Steve

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  • JoeFin
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    3300 lbs - is the weight if we are talking a post WWII LeBlond Regal 15
    Last edited by JoeFin; 06-02-2010, 10:11 PM.

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  • x39
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    Originally posted by doctor demo
    What model , that sounds high for a newer (1950's) one. But I've been wrong at least one other time .

    Steve
    I sold the machine twenty years ago, don't remember the specific model, but I do remember it was built in the 1940s. It was a beast, VERY heavy duty.

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  • doctor demo
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    Originally posted by x39
    I had a 16x54 LeBlond some years back that according to the manual weighed just shy of 4500 lbs. I think they were being conservative.
    What model , that sounds high for a newer (1950's) one. But I've been wrong at least one other time .

    Steve

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  • doctor demo
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    It never hurts to over estimate the weight of machinery, unless You are paying for it based on weight. But 4,000 sounds a little high.
    I have a Leblond 16X48 Dual Drive and I'd say it comes in around 22-2,400 pounds. So I think You are safe figuring around 3,000 .
    No mention of weights in My manual, but lots of dimensions.
    Steve

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  • x39
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    I had a 16x54 LeBlond some years back that according to the manual weighed just shy of 4500 lbs. I think they were being conservative.

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    Originally posted by Tinkerer
    1000+1200= 2100lbs

    There that more in the range I believe.
    At least that much. Could be closer 3000#. I'd plan on 4000# so you can be on the safe side.

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  • Tinkerer
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    Originally posted by shoprat
    could any one tell me how much a leblond regal 15x54 weighs aprox.

    I may have one following me home and was wondering the weight so I
    know what size trailer I need.

    looking at it I would guess 1000-1200lbs?

    thanks for any help
    1000+1200= 2100lbs

    There that more in the range I believe.

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  • shoprat
    started a topic weight of leblond lathe

    weight of leblond lathe

    could any one tell me how much a leblond regal 15x54 weighs aprox.

    I may have one following me home and was wondering the weight so I
    know what size trailer I need.

    looking at it I would guess 1000-1200lbs?

    thanks for any help
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