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Photos of Steve's SB9 Lathe > Broken Cross Slide Screw

Rick Kruger
 

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"
https://groups.io/g/SouthBendLathe/album?id=95223

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)



Rick

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!

Steve




Stevan S. Yasgur
Suite 550
3300 Edinborough Way
Edina, MN. 55435
(952) 893-9393

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On Sep 9, 2019, at 3:44 PM, Richard Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:

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"
https://groups.io/g/SouthBendLathe/album?id=95223

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)
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Carriage Apron 640.JPG
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Broken end of screw (Broken CS Screw 1 09-08-19 640.jpeg)
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Cross Slide Handle showing peened nut (Broken CS Screw 2 09-08-19 640.jpeg)
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Rick
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