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Old 10-18-2006, 06:53 PM   #1
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I recently obtained an Elite Lathe (used) What I need to know, is there supposed to be a grooved pulley to mount on the drive motor, and then an o-ring to the armature? In other words what components are needed to spin the armature and how are they usually attached. Tha lathe seems to be a real standard affair. Any help appreciated Thanks
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That what's used to drive the armature on most lathes. Are you missing that stuff?
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Slam Man is right. Elite was once distributed by www.ultimatehobbies.com . Check thier site, maybe you can get what you need. The complete lathe was about $80 to buy, good luck.
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