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Old 04-01-2004, 09:36 AM   #1
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just wanna know more about this lathe, but i dont see a lotta ppl using it. i just got one and it cuts pretty good. but the thing that goes on the shaft of the motor that drives the belt is not balanced or it has bad machining. it wobbles just a tiny bit but it didnt seem it affect the cut. also, the on off switch was binding a lot too! when i got it (second hand) it wont even come up and down..i had to lub it and "break it in" to get it jump back up.
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Hey Guys,

I bought this Diamond Bit(41601 Pro Diamond Bit for motor lathe) for the Team Orion Quick Set Lathe( 41600 Quick-Set Motor Lathe) but when a pro at the race track was setting it up for me he saw that the bit was a right handed one and not the left handed one need for the lathe.

Do you guys know the proper bit to use with this lathe I thought it was the 41601.

Thank you for your help.
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