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Thats a Series O (at least in appearance if not officially) on ebay theres a "Steve" making and selling what youre looking for. Send him pics for a reference..he made or may not need yours to document and copy. If you have questions, hes good about replying back to you.
On Mon, Sep 9, 2019 at 4:52 PM, Steve Yasgur
Thanks, Rick. I’ll be pulling the cross-slide off tonight and photographing it, and I’ll post those. Thanks for posting the pictures taken when the lathe was clean(!)
Wouldn’t want the group getting the right impression!
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On Sep 9, 2019, at 3:44 PM, Richard Kruger <krugerr@...
<Steves 1922-23 SB9 640.jpg><Carriage Apron 640.JPG><Broken CS Screw 1 09-08-19 640.jpeg><Broken CS Screw 2 09-08-19 640.jpeg>
Attached are some photos of Steve Yasgur's 9" lathe that has the broken cross slide screw. I added them to an album named: Yasgur's 9"
Front view of the lathe. We thought it was a Jr., but some comments suggest otherwise. We still don't know which model it is. We are hoping these first two photos cues someone to help identify what it is. (Steves 1922-23 SB9 640.jpg)
Carriage Apron 640.JPG
Broken end of screw (Broken CS Screw 1 09-08-19 640.jpeg)
Cross Slide Handle showing peened nut (Broken CS Screw 2 09-08-19 640.jpeg)