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Default 9 X 20 ENCO/MSC Lathe question

On Mon, 28 Jan 2019 21:59:31 +0000 (UTC)
Hul Tytus wrote:

Dave - from the looks of the drive mechanism, the motor need be moved up
or down. And again from the looks of it, it's a messy job. If you find an
easier way, let me know.

Hul


Agreed. I don't know of any other way either. The motor can be shimmed
(washers) some and slid a little back and forth. You have to watch and
make sure the pulley/shiv stays parallel with the other pulleys it
works with too. Lots of fun getting it all tightened back up square with
it squirming around at the same time...

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Leon Fisk
Grand Rapids MI


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