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jimodell

04:26PM | 09/09/08
Member Since: 09/08/08
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I recently purchased an old Delta Lathe and could not find any identifying labels except for only a label on the front that says: "DELTA DOUBLE DUTY LATHE, Delta Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee Wis USA, Made in USA".

I've since found a diagram of the Model"930". The diagram and pictures look exactly like mine. I can make this available as a PDF file.

I also noticed after I got home with the lathe that a piece has been broken off of the pulley on the lathe and I'm afraid that it will destroy any new belt that I install.

Do you have any sources where I can obtain a replacement pulley? This is my main priority at the moment. The Delta part number appears to be DDL-121-S.

justinphilie

04:57PM | 01/09/09
Member Since: 01/08/09
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Hi,

I also have one of these lathes. I have had a very hard time finding any literature. Have you found any? I don't think that they are actually 930s. I believe the Double Duty lathes are a different model. Mine doesn't have a serial # anywhere, does yours? Mine only has one faded decal on the bed which says Double Duty Lathe--Delta Specialty Company Milwaukee Wisconsin. Delta Specialty was the first incarnation of Delta. Anyway, if you know anything about these lathes please post some information. I am trying to restore mine. Thank You!

sotubre

04:24PM | 06/27/10
Member Since: 06/26/10
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I have a Rockwell/Delta Lathe Model 46-111 that uses that pulley 121-s

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