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Powermatic PM-SA Lathe Tailstock Swing Away

  • Powermatic PM-SA Lathe Tailstock Swing Away
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Here is the alternative to removing a heavy tailstock when you want to turn off the end of the lathe. With the Powermatic Tailstock Swing Away, you just loosen the handle and swing it out of the way. Afterwards, just pull the tailstock back up to the bed and lock it in to place. This robust swing away is designed to fit Powermatic 3520, 3520A, 3520B, and 2020 lathes.
Features:
  • Easily swing the lathe tailstock down and out of the way
  • Locks to the lathe bed with a few turns of the handle
  • Does not interfere with bed extension mounted in lower position
  • Fits Powermatic 3520, 3520A, 3520B, and 2020 lathes
Includes:
  • PM-SA Lathe Tailstock Swing Away - 6294721
  • (2) 3/8 x 1-1/4 in. Socket Head Cap Screws
  • (2) 3/8 in. Lock Washers
  • (4) 3/8 in. Flat Washers
  • (2) 3/8 in. Hex Nuts
  • Instruction Sheet

Specifications

Compatible With: 3520, 3520A, 3520B, PM2020
Material: Steel

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Good, simple, compact design. Gets the tailstock fully out of the way of working off the end of the lathe. Spring assist and alignment pin help when swinging the tailstock back into place. Get out the dead blow hammer and straight-edge and take the time to align it properly upon installation.
December 27, 2015

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How much space off the back side of the lathe is needed for the tailstock to swing to down position. the back of my lathe will be up against the wall.
jason on May 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You will need a minimum of 18 inches behind the lathe, as measured
from the foot of the lathe stand.
I have a bed extension mounted in the high position, to give me a longer bed. Will this mount to the end of the bed extension instead? Or does it have to be mounted directly to the bed of the lathe?
Scott on Oct 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The manual states it does not interfere with bed extension mounted in lower position