That's a bit rough
Yeh maybe that's what I'm thinking, although I thought it could be had with one or the other.
Regardless, nice machine you have there, hope you...
Is that a kearns S type? I've had my eye on one for a while but as far as I can tell they come in either boring or facing mode, but not both.
Yes, you can take off the end bracket and move the apron off to the right, that saves interfering with the drive from the lead screw and feed...
@8ob what tough book do you have? I'm looking at getting one for Toyota software
you should be able to change the bearings for ones that might last a bit longer
I always stopped the motor before changing them on my 11.30 which is essentially the same machine.
Here is a good link, although I'm not sure if the amount of poles come into it?...
I was going to ask that as well.
You can on the Clarke ones, there looks to be an adjuster on that blue spot one as well next to the air inlet
That's what the Clarke ones from Machine Mart are like, you just screw the scaler attachment on. I couldn't say if the two you have linked to are...
Nice one, my eagle also landed!
Here is what the book says.
It's been a while since I was at the M350, too many projects! Anyway, that could be correct, but are you talking about the lead screw or the feed...
The M350 is the same, I think the M300 is also the same
Hi Roger, do you mean the lead screw? That has a pair of thrust bearings at the right hand end to remove the slop
Because I don't know its history. I got two hydrovanes a while ago, a 5 and a 15. I was going to use one myself and keep the other at my old man's...
The single phase hydrovane I have is the smaller version I think, pretty low cfm if I remember correctly.
Yes sell. This one is single phase, although I also have a larger 3 phase one that might be needing a new home as well.
Nice one thanks, I'll ask them about it.
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