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K & T Milwaukee Model K #2 Vertical Mill -- $2000 Lathrop, Calif.

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Nice ol mill back in it's day. Probably still nice! Only worth what scrap price brings you today. Around 6000 lbs.
I ran one back in my younger years that was a No. 5 size. Very intimidating! I did not like running it! At all!
 

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Why not Ken? Looks like it would be a blast to run
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if i only had more space, and more time :bawling:
 

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you could resurface 3408 Caterpillar heads all day long in that K&T
i can't imagine the machine flexing very much when cutting, it's made for expedient metal removal as well as being beautiful :congratulate:
 

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you could resurface 3408 Caterpillar heads all day long in that K&T
i can't imagine the machine flexing very much when cutting, it's made for expedient metal removal as well as being beautiful :congratulate:
Exactly! I have a contact in Laredo looking for a mill to face CAT heads on. The head he showed me had to be at least 4 foot long almost foot high. He couldn't understand why he couldn't do that on a Bridgeport clone mill.

Yeah, that No. 5 mill with the long table on it, you could almost face two of them heads on, end to end!

It's 19,000 lbs of mill! And the one I ran had a 50 HP motor running it!
 

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Holy smokes !!! Did they call it "Tiny Tim"? :big grin:
 
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