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Old 03-22-2006, 06:53 AM   #1
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Default wich one of theese lathes are complete with motor en bite

hey guys i cant figure out wich one of the team cobra lathes in the link that is complete with carbide steel and motor

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hey guys i cant figure out wich one of the team cobra lathes in the link that is complete with carbide steel and motor

http://www.stormerhobbies.com/cgi-bi...umb=on&smode=0

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You could just read the description of each one. They all require a slave motor.
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all right thanks
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most should include the bit.
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buy the one that cost the most....that always works for me . well most of the time
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Thumbs up Cobra lathes

Get the COB200WD.
It is the one I use and it works great.
If you have to get a motor for it get a $12 closed endbell starterbox motor.
It will run on 3 volts and have enough torque and speed to cut anything.
The power base model looks great for $184. That is a good price.
I have found the Cobras to be the easiest to use due to how the handle on the cranks are designed.
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