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Old 12-24-2018, 12:03 AM
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Default Picked me up a 4 jaw chuck 10" for the south bend

edit:::it's a 10"
I picked this 12 inch 4 jaw chuck for the south bend

Ended up just swapping out a used diamond wheel the arbor hole was to big for my surface grinder and I didn't feel like making a bushing for it to fit it.
and the diamond wheel was free any way so I really have nothing in to it
but I figured the chuck I would use and the wheel I prolly never would so not a bad swap deal for me.... needs some dusting off but feels smooth

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Old 12-24-2018, 12:46 AM
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That's a lot of chuck for a D1-4 (?) mount. What's the swing of your lathe? How far can you open the jaws before they interfere with the bed?
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Old 12-24-2018, 02:02 AM
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That's a lot of chuck for a D1-4 (?) mount. What's the swing of your lathe? How far can you open the jaws before they interfere with the bed?
Correction its a 10 inch not 12 just had 12 in my head as he said 12
my lathe is a heavy 10 and says its 10x48 so my bad on chuck size
in the pic it is almost fully open and will not interfere with the bed if I ever use it, It prolly wont be often...
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Old 12-24-2018, 09:49 AM
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Old 12-24-2018, 10:21 AM
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That's a Cushman or Union steel body chuck. Should give you many more years of service. Nice! Ken
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Old 12-24-2018, 10:49 AM
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That's a Cushman or Union steel body chuck. Should give you many more years of service. Nice! Ken
I wonder now if its to big or to heavy for my south bend heavy 10
guy kept saying 12 in. but turns out its 10 in. an my machine is 10x48
so it might not work out either way if it don't wok on mine it will make a tradable chuck for something else...

he had a collet closer for the SB heavy 10 with collets but didn't want to turn loose of yet....
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The only 8" 4-jaw i have here has a integral L-00 back. Be nothing left if you machine it off and try to mount a back plate. It's brand new and I hate to mess it up. Sorry I can't help you out.
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The only 8" 4-jaw i have here has a integral L-00 back. Be nothing left if you machine it off and try to mount a back plate. It's brand new and I hate to mess it up. Sorry I can't help you out.
No worries Ken... I called my tooling supplier earlier he said this one will work but cant and shouldn't open it up all the way but if I wanted he would look and see if he has an 8" 4 jaw which would be better but being I have a 6" 3 jaw and now a 4 jaw 10" I really don't need the 10 so I told him id swap it to him for an 8" four jaw which knowing him I will prolly have one by Thursday
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