This Lathe is small enough that I can move it yet it has the power to easily machine that projects that I currently do without the chatter of a mini-lathe. Cost on sale as shown is about $1144 + $34 for a lift gate, Delivered :)
The first G0602 arrived on 12/1/2010; it was dropped in shipping and a chip in the ways.
The second G0602 arrived on 12/8/2010; I found a defect in the ways.
Arrived 12/2/2010 dropped in shipping and chip in ways
Arrived 12/8/2010 with defective ways
Third time is the charm!
Breaking down the G0602 to a manageable weight to get it into my house and down the basement. ~200 lbs or more
Towed up icy driveway with snowblower and pallet jack
Notice crate frame around crate. Grizzly took no chances.
After removing extra crate, bend up all tabs to remove the top.
I used a hammer, 2 screwdrivers, prybar and duckbill pliers for tabs
Remove the top
Remove 1 nail from each strap
Remove sides & strap from chuck
Remove Clamps from chuck
Turn clamp sideways
Cover ways with cardboard
Remove the chuck with spanner wrench and bar
Note Spanner held by in place by resting it on one of the rear chip guard hex bolts
Remove tailstock stop bolt between the ways and then remove the tailstock. Remove endblock from leadscrew by removing two socket cap bolts and the lock nut on the end of the leadscrew. Do not lose washer on the thread side of the endblock.
Remove two hex bolts on rear chip guard
Remove the third and final hex bolt from rear chip guard and remove chip guard. Disengage the cross slide from the lead screw and carfully slide the cross slide off the end; it is heavy. Sometimes it gets hung up on the floating lead screw