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Old 07-24-2017, 11:22:43 PM
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HI guys I have been absent , but busy, took me some time , but I am already working on my heavy 10 I posted a pict when I bought it, I got the link and information to get here and was very helpful , I also bought some tools already and need more , well that you new for sure. I however got some tools with the lathe that not belong to it, like a Logan 10 tailstock and some plates in very good condition all of them , that I would like to sell so I can buy other things that I need, trade will be fine with me. So I am posting some picts and will wait for your advises again.

there is an after pict of course, also
logan 10 tailstock
heavy 10 tailstock body as is with base, no spindle
heavy 10 turret tailstock working perfect.
I need a 4 ind jab chuck between 6- 10m in and a collect chuck for the heavy 10.
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Old 07-24-2017, 11:43:37 PM
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Hang onto the turret tailstock, it is a time saving tool!
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Old 07-25-2017, 11:37:04 PM
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Hi do you know where r to who I an sell or even better trade these parts?
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Flea bay! I would research other sellers prices and price accordingly on fixed price listings, you can do auction format but they might sell for next to nothing. Don't expect them to sell in a week, unless you price them really low. The turret tailstock will be the most desirable, and WAG'ing it should fetch $300-$400 should you decide to sell it.

The turret is not something you need all the time, but if you ever need to do a production run its nice to have one loaded with live center, center drill, drill bits, reamer etc. Downside of the turret is they eat a lot of real estate on the bed, especially on smaller machines.

If that was my machine, I'd find a nice wood case for the turret, lube it well, and slide it under the lathe for the day I needed it. Even if you never need it, the day you sell the machine it adds value to it.
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Old 07-27-2017, 07:11:50 AM
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There is a machinist forum on the net. There are a couple, but I think it's called Practical Machinist. You can join and register for free. Once you register, they have a classified section for used machines and another for tooling. I'm sure you will find a buyer on there if the prices are fair
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