Re: Exploded Parts Diagram
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SB 9A and 10K with large dials have two thrust bearings within the assembly. THe original is no longer available. I found substitutes that are slightly thicker. The part number I have is
If I recall, inside diameter is 3/8, external diameter, 0.68" (has to fit in a 3/4-NF16)
when I replaced the bearings, I compensated the thickness by thinning the shoulder on the gear assembly on the screw.
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From: "Rick Kruger" <krugerr@...>
Subject: [SouthBendLathe] Exploded Parts Diagram
Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2019 18:54:48 -0700
Still helping Steve Yaz with his cross slide screw repair. I have a large dial that came off a SB 9" that appears to have had thrust bearings. Is there just one set of these bearings per assembly? Steve's lathe does NOT have any thrust bearings in the dial/screw assembly.
Can anyone point me to exploded parts diagrams or other drawings showing these cross slide screw assemblies, please? One such drawing for the more recent 9" lathes and one for his era of 9" would be ideal.
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