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I just acquired a set of ammco brake lathes with the cart and all adapters. The machines are:model 3000 drum brake lathe,and model 7000 disc brake lathe. they are both in great shape, but I need to clean them up, and get new dust boots for the 7000, as well as some extra carbide tips, anyone have a good cheap supplier for parts?

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Goodson's should have parts and consumables for those. I dunno how cheap. Those lathes are handy to have.
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I just acquired a set of ammco brake lathes with the cart and all adapters. The machines are:model 3000 drum brake lathe,and model 7000 disc brake lathe. they are both in great shape, but I need to clean them up, and get new dust boots for the 7000, as well as some extra carbide tips, anyone have a good cheap supplier for parts?

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