SOLD 5/8" Jacobs chuck + arbor + key
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I bought this off of eBay, then realized it is 5/8", instead of the 1/2" version I wanted. Someone give this a good home.

Jacobs chuck, used but in very good shape. It turns easily by hand but is not at all loose. I chucked up a 1/2" gauge pin, put a travel gauge on it, and spun it by hand. 0.001" total runout. Crazy, just dead nuts.

I'm including the MT2 JT3 arbor I bought from Amazon. 

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  Re: SOLD 5/8" Jacobs chuck + arbor + key by Aram (I bought this off of...)
(06-17-2019, 06:03 PM)Aram Wrote: I bought this off of eBay, then realized it is 5/8", instead of the 1/2" version I wanted. Someone give this a good home.

Jacobs chuck, used but in very good shape. It turns easily by hand but is not at all loose. I chucked up a 1/2" gauge pin, put a travel gauge on it, and spun it by hand. 0.001" total runout. Crazy, just dead nuts.

I'm including the MT2 JT3 arbor I bought from Amazon. 

This cost my $163 off of eBay. Yours for $130 including shipping, CONUS only.






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I didn't check to see but I believe that is the ball-bearing super chuck...and it is aptly named IMO....One of the best they make!!!!
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  Re: SOLD 5/8" Jacobs chuck + arbor + key by Aram (I bought this off of...)
JT3 not a JT33 correct? I need a new chuck for my drillpress but it's a 33. I'll take it if it's a 33.

Never mind, just looked a little closer at your last pic. Oh well.
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