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Old 01-23-2006, 10:53 PM   #1
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I just recently bought a Cobra Pro Comm Lathe 2000. I don't have the directions so I just wanted to make sure the slave motor is spinning the Comm the right way. should the comm spin clockwise or counter clockwise to the bit? I am asuming that I should just hook up the Positive to the positive and the Neg to the neg on the slave motor.

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backwards....looking at your truer like your gonna cut' the front of the comm should be moving downwards
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I just recently bought a Cobra Pro Comm Lathe 2000. I don't have the directions so I just wanted to make sure the slave motor is spinning the Comm the right way. should the comm spin clockwise or counter clockwise to the bit? I am asuming that I should just hook up the Positive to the positive and the Neg to the neg on the slave motor.

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