Changewheels (and metric-to-inch and inch-to-metric transposing gears) to fit Boxford and other South Bend 9-inch Clones (e.g. Ace, Hercus, Purcell, Smart & Brown Sabel, Blomqvist, Parkanson, Purcell, Sheraton, Storebro, etc). All are 18 D.P. with a 14.5-degree pressure angle and 0.125" depth of tooth. They are 3/8" wide, have a 9/16" bore, and a 1/8" wide keyway. The idler and compound gears (two gears on one shaft) are different: they have a 5/8" bore with no keyway and are fitted to a hardened bush held in place with a through bolt.
Boxford Tumble-reverse gears from Serial No. 11-13513 - the introduction of the Mk.2 Models with a single lever on the top of the headstock to engage the backgears. The tumble gears have 32 teeth and a 20-degree pressure angle. Made in the correct grade of cast iron - we have sold these gears for over 30 years.
For models prior to this with a 14.5-degree pressure angle, see here.
This gear is for all Models prior to Serial Serial No. 11-13513 - the introduction of the Mk.2 Models that have a single lever on top of the headstock to engage the backgears. 32 teeth and a 14.5-degree pressure angle. Made in the correct grade of cast iron - we have sold these gears for over 30 years.
Leadscrew clasp nuts to fit the Emco 7, V8, "Compact 8 lathes" and Craftsman. Might also be suitable for the many Chinese-made clones such as the ones branded Warco, Axminster, Chester, “914”, "918” and “920”, etc
RING GEAR to repair the main spindle Bull Wheel (the larger of the two gears on the main spindle). Machine off the damaged teeth and shrink or Loctite the new gear in place. Can be used on all belt-drive models the A, B, C, AUD, BUD, CUD, ME10, CSB and those T and TUD non-screwcutting lathes fitted with backgear - but not the VSL which had hardened backgears