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Square Peg17/03/2020 11:35:34
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I'm after a set of outside jaws for my Pratt 1213 160mm chuck. For the price of original parts I can buy a new (not original) chuck and back plate. Suggestions?



old mart17/03/2020 13:36:26
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I notice the Rotagrip price is £130.56 for the hard outside, could you get a set of the soft jaws and modify them to do the job, the EK16 are £31.63 a set.

peak417/03/2020 14:12:51
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Try Home and Workshop, I think they keep quite a few used sets.


Howard Lewis17/03/2020 14:38:35
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Square Peg!

I might just have some N O S, still in original wrapping, that I was given by a friend. Am sure that they are for a 160mm chuck.

I'll go and have a look, later, to see if they are inside or outside jaws.

Watch this space.


Edited By Howard Lewis on 17/03/2020 14:39:24

Chris Evans 617/03/2020 15:39:03
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Square Peg, what is you location ? I have a set here (if I look hard enough) I bought a new chuck when I could not afford a new set of standard jaws. The old chuck is still in the workshop, with all the variations on chucks you would need to try for fit.

Square Peg17/03/2020 16:08:20
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Hi Chris, I'm in north Wales...

Howard Lewis17/03/2020 16:08:40
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Having looked, and unwrapped one set, that there are 5 sets of hard INSIDE jaws, for a 160 mm 3 Jaw Chuck,

Pratt Burnerd part No. 2210 -17603


Square Peg17/03/2020 18:33:43
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Thanks for looking Howard.

Chris Evans 617/03/2020 18:51:05
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I will look for them in the workshop tomorrow and put some sizes up on here.

Chris Evans 619/03/2020 21:54:43
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OK I've found the chuck and jaws. The chuck catalogue number is 9580??1705

Stamped on the front is T03604 Stamped on the back 589 Stamped on jaws 680

Key sizes are 18mm sliding width,7.3 from bottom of scroll teeth to slot 7,3 Slot size 7mm

Let me know if of any use.

Square Peg20/03/2020 11:02:29
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Close but no cigar! Thanks for looking. Home and Workshop have a set for a reasonable price so I'll have to bit the bullet. What's really annoying though is that I have 2 of the jaws, the third was missing when I bought the lathe.

Charles Stanley Gordon25/06/2021 20:19:37
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I know this is an old post, have you any sets of Burnerd jaws 2210-17603 left please.

brian jones 1103/07/2021 07:48:35
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I have an original 4" pratt 3 jaw chuck on my ml7 and I wanted outside jaws. some googling and EB gave me serious headache. there are hundreds of different catalog nos

AFAIK you really need the exact match otherwise the jaws may not fit and be a waste of money given that the asking price for spare is 50% of a new chuck with 2 sets of jaws. Not worth the risk as you cant always try it first with EB sellers.crook

Charles Stanley Gordon03/07/2021 11:44:04
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Measure the existing jaws and fill in the chart, check your sizes against any new suppliers sizes. some sizes are critical, others not so important, so Jaw width/thickness, Scroll, and the groove must be the same. The steps in the jaws are not critical nor is the overall length::: ...........So,      BDEh

chuck jaws.jpg

Edited By Charles Stanley Gordon on 03/07/2021 11:46:17

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