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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckthebeatertruck View Post
    sounds like the first sunnen I bought . . . one of the 1600 series with the separate motor on top and no integral feed pump. It's amazing how well "repairs" can work -- and I find it darn enjoyable to be working on a 1940s lathe when dealing with machines of a similar age. Slows me down and keeps me thinking . . .
    Mine's got no series, Chuck!

    Just "Model LBN Bushing Grinder."

    It was $150 forty years ago, and still needs repair.
    The serpentine belt number Carl O. gave me doesn't fit without a tear-down.

    And down-time ain't allowed.

    ...Cotten
    PS: The Water-Pik oiler on the side is long gone; Still use the mustard bottle
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    Back almost to topic, Folks..

    This BestYet cost me a buck at the annual antique tractor show a few blocks away.
    (Didn't need the riveter, just the larger horned anvil.)

    Had to walk my labradane twice, just to enjoy spending more money than usual.

    The best fishing is in the smallest ponds.

    ....Cotten
    PS: Damn that reminds me to get ready for Davenport.
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