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Old 04-15-2018, 02:37:03 AM
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Hey fellas, Anybody got a clue what a 28x96 New Haven Lathe would weigh?
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You need to post some pictures to get an estimate.
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My Sidney 27" by 10' which is a geared head weighs around 10 tons Rob
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That is an incredibly rare machine. I've never seen any New Haven machines and I live here. They were built at 30 Whitney Ave New Haven CT at whats now down in the heart of Yale Univ.
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Here is the Craigslist ad that he was looking at.
https://billings.craigslist.org/tls/...557182194.html
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No problem getting that one into the basement shop
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