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Posted on Turning Novice-Just brought home a Rockwell 46-525 (I Think) Now What

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Ripper70

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#1 posted 02-18-2018 03:23 PM

If LJ member Mr.Unix were to pipe in here, I’m sure he’d recommend replacing the bearings. After all, if you’ve got the machine in pieces anyway, why not? Bearings are cheap and essential and should one fail while the machine is running, it could cost you allot more in the long run.

In your case, considering that you really don’t know much about the history of the lathe, I’d agree with Mr. Unix.

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