South Bend 16/24 3 Leg Lathe

US $2,500.00

  • Piedmont, South Carolina, United States
  • Jan 30th
Used and working well South Bend 16-24 Precision lathe originally made for the army corps of engineers around 1951. Factory spacing blocks gives this lathe a better than 24" swing. Lathe has a taper attachment with it. Lathe has an upgraded Baldor 5 hp. 3 phase motor. Lathe also has the seemingly rare "A" leg configuration. The serial number seems to indicate that this is a 16-24, quick change gearbox, special. The catalog number indicates a 4 cone pulley, 6' bed, 30" between centers, and a crated weight of 2480 lbs. We didn't find any discernible runout on a tool we chucked up. There is a gib screw missing, I think it is part number PT219TH1. Look the pictures over carefully and ask any questions and we will attempt to answer them. We can load this lathe with a forklift for a local pickup or you may arrange shipping from 29673 and we can assist with loading. There is a possibility of delivering it for a fee.
Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
Brand South Bend
Country/Region of Manufacture United States
Model 16/24


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