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    Cool Bridgeport Parts / help

    I have a couple of questions. Before I start a little back ground. I have a pretty good mec. back ground but have never been to any schools.

    1. Bridgeport is R8 and I have found a drill chuck with JT33 stamped on it. Will a R8 J33 Drill Chuck Shank fit?

    2. I have a JSN7 automatic tapper, I got it from Shars. Does anyone know where I can get repair parts for it?

    3. I need to rebuild my ways and screw drives X,Y. Does anyone know where I can get repair parts for it? It was built in England in the late 70's 2J ser.

    Thanks
    Bruce

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    Re: Bridgeport Parts / help

    1) R-8 is the interior taper of the spindle. JT33 is a Jacobs taper. You need an arbor to mount the drill chuck to. These are very common.

    2) google shars and you wil find they are still alive and well. http://www.shars.com

    3) I suggest looking into a local machine rebuilder

    Scott
    If it wasn't for the last minute I wouldn't get anything done

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    Re: Bridgeport Parts / help

    I have ordered from shars. The problem I am having with them is if I ask them a question getting/hoping they will answer it.

    I live in Norway and to my best info there is only about say less then 10 over hear.

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