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Little harry

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Hi does any one know where i can obtain instructions for a [email protected] wood chuck that came to me with a M L 8. Lathe
Any informations would be gratefully
Received many thanks
Little Harry
 

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I haven't looked but might be worth trying vintage machinery.org. They have loads of stuff for all manner of machines and accessories, and you can download them for free.
 

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Hi Fergi thanks for your help i will give it a tr
I haven't looked but might be worth trying vintage machinery.org. They have loads of stuff for all manner of machines and accessories, and you can download them for free.
Managed to find this hope it helps
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Managed to find this hope it helps
ThanksRob 1693 certainly looks comprehensive i will work through the instructions and let you know how i get on
 

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Still use one of those from time to time. Always seems that it's more important to have three hands than the instructions!
 

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Hi dickm
Yes can certainly see what you mean,
I have never used a chuck and am not sure if all the component are present my thinking being, that the insructions would confirm this allowing me to proceed !! Cheers
 

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My first chuck was a masterchuck designed by Peter childs had a simarlar learning curve i have more modern chucks but still use it a lot
 
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