WTD: Parts List for Hardinge T10 Lathe

Tough to find, the T10 is the predecessor to the HVLH its. (almost looks
like smaller version of it)
Anyone have or know of someone that might do a good photocopy of the
original parts list?
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Marty Escarcega
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Uh oh. Did you buy the entire machine that cattruckman had for sale? (if so, you rat, you!)
Jim
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jim rozen
Nope, Rick did from the Hardinge Lathe Yahoogroup. I have one I'm starting to put back together Jim
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Marty Escarcega
Well I'm glad that somebody bought it whole, and it didn't get parted out. I'm interested in hearing how it goes. Are you planning on taking photos of yours as you go?
Jim
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jim rozen
I sold Rick that Rockwell Horizontal mill a month or two back. He did a hell of a nice job restoring it. He does beautiful work.
I uploaded a couple pictures of the restoration to the dropbox
rkwl1.jpg and rkwl4.jpg
Oh..as a side note..he is probably not going to restore the lathe. He is going to use it as a pattern to machine a Miniture T-10 in exact detail.
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Gunner
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Jim, I'll take a few, probably not going to be as detailed as in the past....
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Marty Escarcega

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