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ak diesel driver

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I would use it as a toolpost grinder, I could dress up inside bores or outside surfaces. One of the things I need to do is grind the jaws on my 3 jaw Chuck as it is a little bell mouthed.
 

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So I've had this old school all metal cabinet sitting around for awhile and I decided I wanted to use it to put my valve grinding machine on it. So I sandblasted it and painted it and put on new handles. I don't think any of the newer metal cabinets would be sturdy enough, the valve grinder is pretty heavy I'm guessing it's pushing 100lbs. All part of my ongoing,never ending shop organization.IMG_20201014_204611.jpg
 

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So I've had this old school all metal cabinet sitting around for awhile and I decided I wanted to use it to put my valve grinding machine on it. So I sandblasted it and painted it and put on new handles. I don't think any of the newer metal cabinets would be sturdy enough, the valve grinder is pretty heavy I'm guessing it's pushing 100lbs. All part of my ongoing,never ending shop organization.View attachment 62292
I dont know, them castor legs looks a little weak. 🤷‍♂️😳😹
 
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