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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-23-2009, 05:59 AM Thread Starter
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The tail stock tightening bolt handle broke off on my Delta Midi. Anyone have an idea on a replacement? I would prefer a metal one this time. I have already got some ideas from Gerry and Rick via another post. Gerry sent me a parts diagram (see attachment) and it is part number 59 for a factory replacement. Rick sent me one from Grizzly's online catalog. Gerry also added I should have posted a new thread for more responses, so here I am. Thanks in advance, y'all!
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Hi Frank,
can you determine the threaded piece's size?
is it metric or is it standard?
threads per inch/mm and diameter.

Then it would be easy to use the catalog Link Rick gave you or someone in here that normally uses Granger, (sorry his name escapes me this morning), will probably pop in with a good recommendation.

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As soon as the sun warms things up a bit I'll go out there and see what the threads are.


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I'll bet it's metric.

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