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    turning area cleanup-- vicmarc adapters, roborest, more (Boaton MA area)

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    SOLD pending payment1) Original (pre-vari-grind) style Oneway Wolverine sharpening adapters for bowl. spindle/detail gouges and skew chisel. $20 for all three)

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    SOLD pending payment 2) Robo Rest for Wolverine platform. Like new. $75

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    SOLD pending payment 3) #3 to $2 MT Adapter. $5

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    Still available! 4) Chuck adapters for Vicmarc 120 chuck, 1-1/2" x 8 TPI. $20 each or two for $35.

    Plus actual shipping cost from 01778.
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    Roger, would you please clarify the threads on the adapters --- inside thread, outside threads?

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    Don't let it bring you down,
    It's only castles burning,
    Just find someone who's turning,
    And you will come around

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    pm sent on the robo rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter Mooney View Post
    Roger, would you please clarify the threads on the adapters --- inside thread, outside threads?

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    The inside thread (the part that attaches to your lathe) is 8 TPI for a 1-1/2" spindle. This size and thread was used by Conover, heavy Delta and Powermatic lathes from the 1970's and earlier, some Olivers, and probably many others. I don't know exactly what the outside thread is (don't have a good way to measure exactly and would rather not guess-- given that it's Australian I'd guess it was metric), it threads into a Vicmarc 120 chuck body. It is Vicmarc part V00564.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roger wiegand View Post
    The inside thread (the part that attaches to your lathe) is 8 TPI for a 1-1/2" spindle. This size and thread was used by Conover, heavy Delta and Powermatic lathes from the 1970's and earlier, some Olivers, and probably many others. I don't know exactly what the outside thread is (don't have a good way to measure exactly and would rather not guess-- given that it's Australian I'd guess it was metric), it threads into a Vicmarc 120 chuck body. It is Vicmarc part V00564.
    I found the outside thread info on the Vicmarc website, it is M45-2 (ie 45 mm diameter, 2 mm pitch)

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