Selling - taig tailstock and chuck

brianna187

BRIANNA SINCE 1988
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sold thanks
 

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Dave38

theemperorhasnoclotheson
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BTW....just for clarification... it's a Headstock, not a tailstock. You may get more responses if you change the title
Dave
 

DanO

AzB Silver Member
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I will take it. Please send me your paypal address.
 
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conetip

AzB Silver Member
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With it being the small bore head stock, I would also call it a steady rest. I have a short version head stock that I use as a steady rest myself.It is a duel bearing steady rest with a pulley on the back. That way, if I want to power the front instead of the back, I just move the motor to the front and can leave the main headstock in it's nicely aligned position.
Neil
 

pdcue

AzB Silver Member
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With it being the small bore head stock, I would also call it a steady rest. I have a short version head stock that I use as a steady rest myself.It is a duel bearing steady rest with a pulley on the back. That way, if I want to power the front instead of the back, I just move the motor to the front and can leave the main headstock in it's nicely aligned position.
Neil

Yet another dead clever idea from Neil.

Dale
 
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