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There is no set screw in it, Is it a point to put a punch in and tap around. A coat of car wax will keep them from rusting too fast. However, the threads in the nut are pretty mangled. I keep subtracting these weights from the estimated total ofhoping to end up with nice small numbers for the bed and cabinet so I can roll them downstairs into my machine shop with a Yates appliance dolly.
They are probably too detailed for anyone with common sense, but I wanted to remember the order of the assrmbly as well as the location of some obscure fasteners. I tend to infer that the essence of an in the machinery world is hollow-with-something-spinning-inside, thus the drillpress and Bridgeport quills. There is a hole on the dismanrling of the brass ring, that I don’t understand. I am starting on a 9a rebuild and just ,athe the tailstock apart.
You would know this if there’s a corresponding keyway in the quill. I did use some Brasso and a scrubby pad to shine up the bare metal areas of the crank. Also, I have not called Leblond but I am aware that they still sell some parts.
I have a copy of the disjantling manual for this series which shows that the nut is replaceable but does not give a proceedure to disassemble the tailstock.
Tailstock | Jason’s South Bend 9 Rebuild
A soak in wd40 overnight along with re-examining the problem after reading these suggestions helped me get it out. Originally Posted by magneticanomaly. When the set screws are out, you should be able to slide the pulley back toward the tailstock end and lift off the belt.
Some of dlsmantling stuff is just stupid money and the rest is expensive, but if you need it now, they have it. If his trouble was not being able to tilstock the round-sliding-thing out of the casting,perhaps as suggested the anti-rotation key runs in a keyway one end of which is blind,so perhaps the bearing assy for the screw has to come out and the ram then comes out the back? I carefully snugged up the nut and then installed the crank and retaining pin, driving the pin home with a punch and hammer.
These are somewhat disorgainized notes I copied from my notebook.
Machine Drawing by N. D. Junnarkar
Both have lock screws on top of set screws with long tapered ends. If the the fucking R K LeBlond company didn’t know a spindle from a quill then it is perfectly obvious why Harbor Freight and Grizzly are showing us how it’s done. It is keyed all the way to the back of the part so that it can be removed towards the front. Fun With Old Machinery. There should be a knock section on the end of screw, so that you don’t have to this again.
2. Tailstock – Machine Drawing [Book]
If you grab it with pliers of any sort you’ll mar its OD and lathhe your work much more difficult. Searching old threads might turn it up for you, even if it doesn’t you’ll learn a great deal in the process of looking around in the archives of this forum.
They may be so proximitous that they appear to be the same as in a Bridgeport. Any tailtock where I can get a new one? The bracket that holds the tailstock to the bed is trivial to remove. Dismaantling, I removed the centering screws from the sides of the tailstock and separated it from its base. Rear view without gear box. The bottom of a tailstock is a precision component of a lathe.
Shim for dovetail segment and tailstock pads.
It slides out easily after its off the screw. I can not tighten it for a snug fit asesmbly the center and the stock piece being turned. The crank handle comes off with a punch and hammer.
Finally, the locking lever and mounting bracket are reinstalled. It’s held in place by a dog point setscrew that must be removed first. Take the spindle out of the casting, and set it up on an arbor press.
JohnEvansRobert Campbell Jr. Bed under the way at headstock dismantoing. Have one hand on the drill chuck so it doesn’t fall out. Hi Brian, thanks for the comment. Closer view of dovetail under headstock front: Can you help please?
Harry is correct the part unscrews, the thread is right hand so CCW to remove it.