Delta/Rockwell 11" lathe gears - find or make?

I'm trying to find some gears to repair my delta/rockwell 11" metal lathe.
They are not available from Delta (big surprise) so I'm seeking the group's
advise on where I might find some.
In the case I can't find them, then advise on how to make replacements
would be just as good I suppose.
I've read this article on repairing the smaller gear on the bull gear, so
at least I have some clue on what I need:
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A diagram of the gears I'm seeking is here:
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You can email me using the username info at this domain: x35performance
then dot com (f*ing spammers require this explanation grr)
Thanks for any help
Steve
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Dude
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If you dont find any gears, let me know and Ill see about having them made. I get a brother in law discount sometimes. Though they still wont be "cheap"
Gunner
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Gunner
Where are you located? I have an 11" Rockwell that I bought and intended on rebuilding, (needs bed reground and some other items) it was a rescue from the scrapyard and they badly damaged the cabinet base and drive. I have not been able to locate a cabinent and drive for anything reasonable so I might just sell what I have to someone that could use all the parts. Other than a couple damaged Q.C. handles all the head and gears look to be in good condition. I want to sell the whole lathe not just little pieces and parts. You do not need to take the base as I can haul it to the scrapyard. If you are interested email me, OR if someone is reading this and HAS a good variable speed cabinent that they want to part with I would be very interested in it.
tim
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TSJABS
I sent you an email to the address listed in the post. If that is not correct, please let me know so I can get in touch with you. I'd be interested in those parts.
thanks
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