SHELDON LATHE FOR SALE

Hi,
I have a very nice Sheldon lathe for sale. I will post model number
and pictures tomorrow.
I really hate to sell this Sheldon. It has served me very well. IT
COMES WITH HUGE AMOUNT OF TOOLS.
Life has dealt me a blow and I am having to move and can't take this
with me.
if anyone is interested even before I post the model and pics., I
would appreciate a heads-up just to see if anyone wants a
Sheldon
Thanks
Reply to
justme
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Okay, the Sheldon's serial number is KRQU - 2190. The bed is appx. 53 to 56 inches in length. I had no one to hold the tape on one end. I can use a tool tomorrow.
The model number is not present on the plate right below the quick change unit. I really can't tell if there ever was one on the lathe.
Joe
Reply to
justme
I'm beginning to think he's just another troll . He posted over in SEJW that he wants to trade a Lincoln TIG machine lor something more portable because he's "going to be a lifelong resident in my travel trailer" . Didn't post a location there either until asked ... he's near Austin Texas .
Reply to
Terry Coombs
The bed length is the ground ways. That is from end to end, not from center to center.
I have a very nice chrome way 11-44 I can turn 11" diameter and several feet of metal. The head and tail stock use up the 44".
Quick change ? V or Flat belt ? Tubes ? HP of motor ?
All of these help describe the product without a picture.
56" is a standard length. All of my books are in another building.
Oh - and where is it - weight...
Martin
Reply to
Martin Eastburn
Don't be so paranoid, Terry.
I am simply getting rid of a lot of my treasures because I am going on the road.
I am close to Austin, Belton, Killeen and Temple, Texas
Joe
>amdx wrote: >> >>> Okay, the Sheldon's serial number is KRQU - 2190. The bed is appx. >>> 53 to 56 inches in length. I had no one to hold the tape on one >>> end. I can use a tool tomorrow. >>> >>> The model number is not present on the plate right below the quick >>> change unit. I really can't tell if there ever was one on the lathe. >>> >>> Joe >>> >>> >>> >>>> Hi, >>>> >>>> I have a very nice Sheldon lathe for sale. I will post model number >>>> and pictures tomorrow. >>>> >>>> I really hate to sell this Sheldon. It has served me very well. IT >>>> COMES WITH HUGE AMOUNT OF TOOLS. >>>> >>>> Life has dealt me a blow and I am having to move and can't take this >>>> with me. >>>> >>>> if anyone is interested even before I post the model and pics., I >>>> would appreciate a heads-up just to see if anyone wants a >>>> Sheldon >>>> >>>> Thanks >> >> Are you within 30 miles of me? > > I'm beginning to think he's just another troll . He posted over in SEJW >that he wants to trade a Lincoln TIG machine lor something more portable >because he's "going to be a lifelong resident in my travel trailer" . Didn't >post a location there either until asked ... he's near Austin Texas .
Reply to
justme
Yes, Martin and that is what I measured: ways front to back.
This one can turn 15" diameter.
It is a quick change gear box, and Vee belt.
I think the motor is 1 h.p.
Tubes? Do you mean electon tubes?
I am almost positive it is 56" in length.
I am close to Austin, Texas and a few more close-by cities.
Joe
Reply to
justme
Sorry, Gunner.
I was pressed for time when I made that post and overlooked quite a bit.
I am close to Austin and a few more smaller cities in Texas.
Joe
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justme

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