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Help with Fairbanks morse hole centres


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Default Help with Fairbanks morse hole centres

Have bought a fairbanks morse 2hp H type recently from the usa and am awaiting its arrival here in england, Im starting to make a trolley for the engine and need to know the hole centres in the base so i know where to position the bearers.
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