Removing the pulley on a Dunlap 103-0602 lathe? Answered
I've got an old Dunlap 103-0602 wood lathe (http://vintagemachinery.org/photoindex/detail.aspx?id=9331 - not my post but that's what I have), but the measurements for the pulley seem very strange and irregular. Anybody know of a 4-step pulley with 2-3/4", 2-1/4", 1-3/8", and 15/16" steps?
It's 2.5" wide total on a 5/8" arbor, which are easy to find on McMaster Carr and the like, but those measurements aren't evenly spaced or findable anywhere I've looked online so far.
So, first question is does anybody know where I can find a pulley like that? And if not, anybody know a way to easily get the pulley off the arbor?
It's pretty old and gunked up - some WD-40 loosened up the bearing like butter, but no such luck on the pulley itself, squirting through the set-screw holes. I've got a motor and everything, I'd love to make this usable, but need some advice. Got any?