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How is the quadrant/banjo attached

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Manuals don't say how to do it

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manual or info required Kerry Super 8

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What best material and source

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What should the pressure control system be?

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Need myford tailstock barrel info.

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restoring an old grinder with matching drill sharpening attachment

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Info sought for Meddings MF4 rebuild

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Advice please!

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Where to buy bits off scrapped machines

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Information on screwcutting on a Pultra 1590

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Single-phase motor overheating?

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Refurb of a Browne and Sharpe No2 surface grinder

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Repairing wear to the drive wheel in a metal cutting bandsaw

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