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Victor 1660D

Discussion in 'QUESTIONS & ANSWERS (Get Help Fast Here!)' started by killswitch505, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. killswitch505

    killswitch505 United States H-M Supporter - Premium Content H-M Supporter-Premium

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    Wowza! Local pick up a bit far from your location. I pulled redeye's on good deals (in the pouring rain).
     
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    I ain't scared of a road trip lol
     
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    Now that's a lathe!

    It looks used but clean and good condition.
    The price seems great, if you're not afraid of replacing the cross-slide nut.

    Lol.
    But you need to be open minded to grab good things when they come up.
    I bet it doesn't last long.

    Got a trailer for 5000 lbs?

    -brino
     
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    Bruno, I've tandem axel car hauler!!!! And gas money lol I'm kinda unsure of how to replace the crossslide nut but I'm trying to find an online manual to see what that's actually going to take to do.
     
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    Odd the link seems to be broken it takes me to the log in page
     
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    Sure looks to be in good condition. From all I see in use and have heard about there well made. For the money it's a deal. Good luck
     
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    http://www.victormachines.com/site/catalog/engine-lathes

    I know they have a local dealer about 45 minutes from me, I looked at a couple lathes about a year ago that the were selling, the were used, and a great price for what you were getting. I'd make a call or email and get the information on the part.

    Rich
     
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    The guy has someone local looking at it said if the deal falls through I'll be his first call. I really want a 2" spindle bore for my gunsmithing I've been planning on pulling the trigger on something in the next couple years. my lathe has done anything I've asked of her with great accuracy.
     

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