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9" Logan 400 back gears

Discussion in 'LOGAN ENGINEERING CO. & LOGAN WARDS' started by Mister Ed, Apr 26, 2017.

  1. Mister Ed

    Mister Ed United States Active User Active Member

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    Hey there -
    I have a guy I know that is looking for a set of backgears for a Logan 400 (9") anyone have a set they are looking to get rid of?
     
  2. mjhenks

    mjhenks United States Active User Active Member

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    Checking. I think i know of a 9B that is being parted out.
     
  3. eeler1

    eeler1 United States Dang, buggered that up too!! H-M Supporter-Premium

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    well, also please let me know via pm, i need a few 9B parts
     
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    mjhenks United States Active User Active Member

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    I am working on this. The parts that would be available are:
    - Head stock
    - Gantry
    - Lead screw.
    - Tail stock
    - Some of the back gears. Just what is on the machine. The rest are long lost.

    This is not a "for sale" thread and i am not the owner. I will put you in touch with the owner and let you make your deal if he parts it out. PM me with what you are after.

    Matthew
     
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    mjhenks United States Active User Active Member

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    Could not get him to part it out. Oh well.
     

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