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 Posted: Mon May 18th, 2020 11:36 pm
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Darryl Hudson
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Hello Fan Collectors.   I just made some more of the top “dogbone” levers for the Emerson lever oscillators. $30 each.  Have a pretty good supply for now.  Also have the screws and shoulder screws as well.  Happy collecting. Darryl

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 Posted: Tue May 19th, 2020 08:27 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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very nice work, I may need I need to check

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 Posted: Tue May 19th, 2020 10:22 pm
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Jim Humphrey
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Hey Darryl,
Do you make a dogbone link for Emerson's first oscillator, the 2210?  I think it would be a really short link, since the wheel is I believe closer to the arm on the top of the gearbox.  The 2210 is one of my bucketlist fans, and just wanted to see if there's a source for the link that I'll eventually be looking for the 2210 that needs everything.  Thanks.

Jim

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 Posted: Tue May 19th, 2020 11:24 pm
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Darryl Hudson
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Yeah, I recall that the very first Emerson osc was a little different.   Shorter, I think, as you say.   I’ve not reproduced that one in bulk like I have these here, but I can make one for you.   All I’d have to do is change my program a bit to shorten the center to center distance between the two holes, then mill around the profile.   Let me know when you are ready.   All I need to know is that center to center distance.  

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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 12:03 am
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Steven P Dempsey
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from a 16" Fan 29648

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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 12:49 am
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Jim Humphrey
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Well Darryl, the long pole in the tent seems to be me finding a 2210!  Jim

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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 08:43 am
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Rick Powell
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Jim I think I have one waiting to be restored, I’ll measure it and let you know.

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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 08:45 pm
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Jim Humphrey
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Thanks Rick, but I don't actually need an oscillator arm for a 2210.  I, unfortunately, don't have a 2210.  I was just asking Darryl in anticipation of eventually getting a 2210 and when I do it'll probably need a bunch of stuff.  Thanks anyway, and Darryl might like to have the dimensions if he takes a mind to make a couple of arms just in case there's a run on them!
Jim

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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 09:17 pm
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Rick Powell
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I understand Jim, I replied in the wee hours of the morning and must have been in a Covid 19 self induced trance and totally forgot about it, hate this virus!  I’ll still measure it.Rick 

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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 09:25 pm
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Jim Humphrey
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Rick, you'd probably feel immeasurably better if you gave that 2210 of yours to me and I could take care of all the problems with it and even send you $100 to cover shipping.  But I'm just feeling unusually generous today, may be that dang COVID-19 creeping up on me too.  Hang in there, Rick!
Jim

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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 11:54 pm
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Thanks for the offer Jim you are a most generous man, as soon as the check clears for postage I will send you tracking information.  In the event that the oscillator link breaks and you call upon the services if Darryl please be advised that the link is 1 7/8” long with the holes 1,5” center you center.  
Thanks,
Rick

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 Posted: Thu May 21st, 2020 11:14 pm
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Jim Humphrey
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Rick, I'll let Darryl know.  Heck, it's possible a 2210 might drop out of the sky and land gently on my lawn where I'll collect it in the morning dew.  Jim

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