Jason M

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    Woodworking, metalworking, blacksmithing.
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    Engineering Technician

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  1. I just realized I wasn't clear in my initial post. I'm looking to find a replacement for the material. Thanks.
  2. Before I split the pulley I was expecting to find some type of belt in there. It had that kind of look and feel to it. If I'm not mistaken asbestos is a hard material. This is somewhat flexible. I'll post a few more pictures later.
  3. Hello, I'm working on getting my drill press running. The driven wheel material seems slightly hard and slippery. I haven't been able to drill with it yes to see if it is going to slip although I am fairly certain it will. Does anyone know what kind of material it is? See pictures.
  4. I've seen a lot at a place called Delaney's Surplus. http://delaneyssurplus.com/
  5. I've seen a lot at a place called Delaney's Surplus. http://delaneyssurplus.com/
  6. I know that there are specifications as far as amount of contact a belt should have around the circumference of a pulley. I Googled minimum belt contact and found one document that might help.V-Belt Design Manual - Bando USA https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&ei=lK0GU9SmJqKz2QXM2oG4Ag&url=http://www.bandousa.com/html/pdfs/bu-143manual.pdf&cd=1&ved=0CCQQFjAA&usg=AFQjCNGxka9DaA7KrmorEszkUYz5L4WZaQ
  7. Well I didn't get it. It went for $275 and I wasn't willing to pay that much. I did get an Indian Chief vise for $27.50 which I'm happy with.
  8. Well I'm at the auction now. It's an Acme anvil. About 24 " long. I'm unfamiliar with this brand.
  9. It's a floor jack. I happen to have one that's almost the same. I'd say it's safe to say that the anvil is 12 to 15 inches long.
  10. I'm going to an auction tomorrow. They listed an anvil and posted a small picture. It looks like a Peter Wright or other good anvil. Does anyone know what is the smallest anvil that Peter Wright made?
  11. Both corners of the face toward the horn have been ground to about a 45° chamfer.
  12. I know the owner fairly well and in the past have made a few good deals with him. I Could probably get it for less than $600 but wouldn't feel bad about paying him $600 if that what it takes. It's difficult for me to tell if any rework has been done on the face. It does bother me that the face looks short in height.