a couple of 1/4" cuts on my lathe

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Jeff in Pa
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a couple of 1/4" cuts on my lathe

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I was making a few drive couplers and took a short video of a couple cuts of my 1942 Monarch CK 12 lathe. .250 removed each pass

125 & 125 with hydraulic lift

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Re: a couple of 1/4" cuts on my lathe

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Jeff, very cool, love to see old machines still in use!
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Yeah , I'd like to see it to .
Where's the video ?
I see a lot of cub cadets while going down the tracks , its a shame I can't pull over and ask about them .

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uh.......Jess....the pic is the video. If u move your courser on the pic it should light up w a red box. Man....i thought i was slow! :lol: :lol:
127, 1650, 1572, 1872, 2072 . A mower, blower and blade for each.

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What picture ? Thats strange , I don't see a picture in his post .
I see a lot of cub cadets while going down the tracks , its a shame I can't pull over and ask about them .

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sorry ..i cant seem to load it.idk
127, 1650, 1572, 1872, 2072 . A mower, blower and blade for each.

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127, 1650, 1572, 1872, 2072 . A mower, blower and blade for each.

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Thanks Dave ,
I still don't understand why I don't see the original link ?

Jeff , nice video . :thumbsup:

I'm always fascinated with metal lathes and have had a couple of opportunities in the past to buy one , but never did .

I could kick myself now for not pulling the trigger , but its on my short list of things I plan on getting in the near future , along with a hydraulic bearing press and sand blast cabinet .
I see a lot of cub cadets while going down the tracks , its a shame I can't pull over and ask about them .

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