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PRO- TECH DRILL PRESS BENCH MODEL

LOOKING FOR PARTS  NEED A 1/2 CHUCK WITH THE SCREW TO MOUNT   THE ARBOR IS A SMOOTH CONE SHAPE WITH HOLE ON BUTTOM POSS LEFT HAND SCREW ?    MODEL # 1201  MADE AROUND 1986--1989   ANS IF THEIRS  IS A MANUL FOR IT..     
   IF NO GO, I WILL SELL  IT AND BUY ANOTHER  , ANY TAKERS  ??         $ 20.00   OR B.O.   RUNS GOOD

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Parts can be found on amazon, take a look here: Amazon com Drill Press parts. I hope this was helpful. Cheers

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Does any one have a Pro-tech bench top drill press variable speed. i am looking for an old model pro-tech about 27 high with an adjustable speed to buy.please call frantz. (201) 825-1213 ext 111

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What you have is a jacobs taper chuck and on the chuck it should tell you whether it is a number 1 -3 the chuck is pressed on and possibly has a screw. You would need to go to a repair center for that or an industrial supply house. Let me know if you need any more help and if so please furnish any information that you have. The header is confusing about this tool

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