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SB 9A followed me home

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RayF

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I should probably look for a nice 9" South Bend. I looked at a Logan a few years ago, but the bearings were all loose and noisy. Would not have been accurate.
 

jgeorg

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I loved my SB9. It was replaced with a Clausing 5914 but I miss how smooth and quiet the SB was. The Clausing is a variable speed pulley deal and noisy compared to the SB. I have some SB stuff still left and dupes of tooling and tools. I can take inventory if you are interested.
John
 

dschwandt

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John, I will need some stuff I'm sure.
What you see in the pic's is all that came with it.
I do have a new QCTP that I just recently bought from MSC when it was discounted some a moth or so ago.
This will be a fall winter project though, I'm really short on time righty now and it is still sitting on the trailer inside the shop!
 

IHinIN

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Congrats on the lathe. I may have a spare drill chuck with a #2 Morse taper if that’s what your tailstock has.
 

dschwandt

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Got the 9A in the shop finally and had a little time today due to the weather to do some clean up.
Started on the easy end.
I don't mind a little patina but the guy that did this should have that putty knife inserted somewhere! Totally uncalled for.
I bought the felt and wiper kit for it and still will have to get a belt and a power switch. I'm glad it is 110 volt and has a nearly new motor on it.
I have a chuck located for it and will have to rework the hold down nut from the new QCTP I recently got to fit the cross slide on the compound.
The mill will come in handy for that.
Made a set of wooden dollies for it so I can move it around in the shop easily and keep it out of the way. It will be setting on the floor though when I get it cleaned up and ready to use, just don't know where yet!
 

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