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Threaded lathe spindles


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Old 07-02-2017, 08:53:23 PM
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Can anyone tell me what kind of lathe used a 1 3/4 - 8 threaded spindle? I bought a South Bend 10K earlier this spring and the seller contacted me with some faceplates and chuck backing plates he thought belonged with the lathe. They're too big to fit my lathe and appear to be too small for a heavy 10. I'm guessing at the major diameter since the minor diameters range from 1.600" to 1.625". 1 3/4 - 8 was the only one that matched in my old copy of Mark's Mechanical Engineering Handbook. I appreciate any help identifying the proper application for these.
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Default Re: Threaded lathe spindles

I think my Sheldon is 1 3/4-8.My SB was 1 1/2-8
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Default Re: Threaded lathe spindles

I have an older 10" Sheldon. I just checked and it is 1 3/4"-8. Ron
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Default Re: Threaded lathe spindles

I knew the experts of the Stak would know the application! Thanks so much for your help.
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Default Re: Threaded lathe spindles

also fits my ellis dividing head 1 3/4x8
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