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Grizzly G4000 Bench Lathe, 9 x 19-Inch

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  • Head sliding rails feature fully adjustable gab plates
  • Swing over bed 8-3/4"
  • Swing over cross slide 5"
  • Distance between centers 19"
  • Spindle bore 3/4"
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Grizzly Industrial, Inc. has grown into one of the largest machinery companies in the United States. Our products can be found in all sizes of shops from the large industrial production users to the smaller cabinet and machine shops. We have the widest product selection under one brand in the world and we sell direct to the user, cutting out the dealer network and resulting in lower prices to you. We ship 99% of all orders the same day and with over a million square feet of warehouse space packed with inventory in three strategic locations around the country, your order can get to you within a few days.

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Item Weight293 pounds
Product Dimensions41 x 22 x 20 inches
Item model numberG4000
SizeNot applicable
ColorNot applicable
StyleGrizzly
Horsepower1
Item Package Quantity1
Measurement Systemboth
Batteries Required?No
  
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ASINB0000DD25F
Best Sellers Rank #450,182 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight293 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 5, 2013
  
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By xbelltelphoneman on May 19, 2010
Having just bought a Grizzly G4000 a month or so ago I don't have the distaste that the other reviewers have. At least not yet. First off, understand it is a Chinese/Taiwan copy and does not have the fit and polish of a 5K t0 10K dollar American made machine. For the money it is a lot of machine if you are a hands on type guy. It will have a lot of small things that need doing. It will be coated with something like cosmoline and need cleaning. You will have to adjust about everything that moves on it. Mine came with the wrong size belt, a small crack in the chip shield (no big deal)and 3 ball oilers that the ball was not to the top and a little rust. I can tell you that Grizzly customer service was very quick to help me on all 3 of these issues, I took care of the rust. I dealt with them by way of Email only and they were great. I have used it some now that it has been tweaked and tuned and I find it acceptable for my use. I have a mini-lathe I was using before this one and it is a toy compared to this machine. I will say that others find the lack of a tumbler (i.e., a way to reverse the feed without reversing the motor) a big drawback especially if you need to turn left hand threads but if you are handy with tools it is a simple matter to add a gear & shift plate to add this. Also, most owners make a four bolt clamping ring for the compound slide to strengthen this part and reduce chatter. As for long term durability, someone else will have to cover this subject for now. If you are on a budget this will probably do what you need otherwise you would have a 10 or 20 thousand South Bend and not be reading this. I hope this helps you make up your mind which way to go.
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By William Jackson on June 13, 2007
I purchased this lathe about 1 1/2 years ago. The motor went on it about 3 months ago (with very light use - like once per month). Grizzly has still not been able to give me the parts I need, and my experience with customer service has been pathetic. For example, they shipped a motor, but not the other parts that were needed. So I've had a $150 motor in my workshop for 2+ months, which is starting to rust by the way. And the parts I need are not supposed to be in by "the end of the month" - the same story as last month. So now I'm looking at basically throwing a $1000 purchase (including stand) in the trash. Unbelievable....
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 17, 2007
Bought it and opened the crate to find...RUST RUST RUST everywhere. On the spidle, handles, and especially on the 'hardened' ways. On the ways? That's like buying a new shotgun and finding rust in chamber and inside the barrel.
First use, yupper, the tailstock broke...actually, some yung dung head at the Chicom factory DID NOT assemble it with a three cent keyway holder.
Finish is rough, at best...it's just an over-priced Harbor Freight 9x19 lathe. Under powered, over priced.
Now, to get my money back from Grizzley....
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Eric Z Ayers on December 25, 2010
I've owned this lathe for about a year. It is an old design that sells under many labels. The gears are metal, and you change speeds via lever and moving a small belt. What I like about this lathe is that it has more capacity than all those 7 x ?? models and has some heft to it (>300 lbs)

I have also seen the Grizzly model G0602 10 x 22 lathe and it just runs rings around this one - larger capacity, change speeds and threading from the front panel, better tailstock are the differences I noted. If you can get by with a smaller lathe, the Hi Torque one from Little Machine Shop would probably be a better fit, for much the same reason.

My main gripe about this lathe is that the toolpost is not very stable. I get lots of chattering, even on plastic like nylon and UHMW.
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