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G0602 compound rest removal

Discussion in 'GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL INC.' started by AIrlineRefueler, Jan 18, 2017.

  1. AIrlineRefueler

    AIrlineRefueler United States Iron Registered Member

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    Ok new guy here I am finally setting up and cleaning my grizzly g0602 that I bought back in 2007 , life has been to busy and now I`m kinda caught up. I am trying to remove the compound rest to readjust the backlash on the cross slide and to clean all this hardened cosmoline off everything. Manual seems extremely vague at best and parts diagrams are not very clear. Do I just need to remove the two hold down nuts or is it held on from under the cross slide too. I have learned a lot reading every ones posts and hope to learn more. Aaron
     
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    Just the two nuts is all.....
     
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    Welcome aboard!
     
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    AIrlineRefueler United States Iron Registered Member

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    Thank You my wife said I should have made my sign in name procrastinator since I waited so many years to set my lathe up. I guess all that cosmoline after sitting so long is glueing stuff together hard. Took me two good strap wrenches and a few days of soaking with wd40 to get the chuck off , but its all coming together now and almost ready to run .Aaron
     

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