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Just purchased a dalton lathe it has no lot number that I can find just seven in.lathe it needs alot of cleaning and polishing.
Has a copyright March 1922 and at the end of the bed it has 5188 stamped in the metal.

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replying to Dennis Turk, warren wrote:
I was given a Dalton Lot4 #3001 It has a few issues. Is there anyone in the
New England, midcoast Maine, to be more precise, area? I'd like to swap it for
Southbend 9 stuff.

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replying to Dennis Turk, warren wrote:
I have a lot 4 #3001. Located in midcoast Maine. I would swap it for some
Southbend 9 stuff.

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replying to Dennis Turk, Jonathan mccoy wrote:
I'm in bad need of a dalton owners manual I need to learn how to slow the feed
down and I'm looking for a dalton thread counter

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replying to Dennis Turk, Greg Sanchez wrote:
My name is Greg, just picked a Dalton Six, b-4 and wanting to sell. Looks
complete and was being used. Any interest?
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replying to Dennis Turk, Paul wrote:
Hello I have taken ownership of a Dalton lathe that needs some serious TLC can
you help me with some info

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