6" Craftsman/Atlas Lathe Parts

I am looking for a set of Gears for the 6" Craftsman/Atlas (AA) Lathe.
Lathe #109.0703 Anyone have a set lying around that they would like
to sell? Also need the 32/16 tooth step gear.
Thanks
Tag
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TAg Gavin
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Not that they're cheap, but Sears still sells those. I also saw a complete assortment of compatible change gears at a lesser price available either in the MSC or McMaster-Carr catalog.
The high-pressure zinc alloy they used for those things seems to be more expensive than steel (??)
LLoyd
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Lloyd E. Sponenburgh
Lloyd Do you happen to know the specs on the change gears?
Thanks Tag
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tgaran4
The Atlas 618 change gears are identical
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Rex B
I can check, but I think I remember their being 1/2" bore, 2-key bushed down to either 5/16" or 1/4" (I think 5/16), and 3/8" thick. I don't remember the pitch.
However, what struck me when I read about them in the catalog was that they seemed to be directly called out for that size/type lathe. I didn't know the pitch then, either.
LLoyd
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Lloyd E. Sponenburgh
I have one of these lathes, which I never use but I don't want to part out the gears. FYI, there's a Yahoo group for the AA109. They might be able to provide some additional sources for parts.
Drew
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drewsnews
Are you aware of
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Bill Hardin supports these lathes with parts & information. Good guy to deal with. Don't expect flee market prices, but he's a fair guy and will bend over backwards to help you complete a lathe.
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Rex B
I think I saw these gears in Boston Gear some years ago. I was interested as I too have one of these lathes.
They are 24DP but I can't remember the P.A..
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Mike
Watch ebay, there are always Atlas parts available. Eventually some will show up.
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Randy Replogle
According to Randy Replogle :
Except *don't* look under the "Atlas" name. This is *not* an "Atlas" Craftsman, it is an AA (which the OP also mentioned). There are significant differences between the Atlas and the AA in Sear's small lathes.
Good Luck, DoN.
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DoN. Nichols
The lathes are definitely different but I think the gears are the same. Don Young
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Don Young
Oh. :(
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Randy Replogle

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