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Tool Talk Discussion Forum

STORM boring bar

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DC Shawn

09-22-2006 13:53:26

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Looking into purchasing a STORM Model NS boring bar. Just wondering if the company is still in business and parts can be found for this bar. Thanks in advance. Shawn M

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Bryan in Iowa

09-22-2006 21:51:04

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 Re: STORM boring bar in reply to DC Shawn, 09-22-2006 13:53:26  
I have a nice recon VanNorman boring bar i don't use anymore ,,with lots of tooling , if interested

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Don Anderson

09-25-2006 08:24:05

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 van norman boring bar and tooling in reply to Bryan in Iowa , 09-22-2006 21:51:04  
I would be interested in the boring bar and tooling. How much are you asking for it and what tooling to you have? Is it an R8 bar? Thanks.

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Bryan In Iowa

09-25-2006 19:55:50

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 Re: van norman boring bar and tooling in reply to Don Anderson, 09-25-2006 08:24:05  
I believe it is a 977 . It is an automotive block boring bar . I have block fixture , which is bloted to v8 block to hold decks horizontal . Several new bits and holders . I think it will bore up to 4.400 . I can check tommorrow . Also several hold down clamps to secure it to differant blocks . Can also get you pics if you'd like . I'd like to get $1200.00 out of it .

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09-22-2006 14:24:49

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 Re: STORM boring bar in reply to DC Shawn, 09-22-2006 13:53:26  
I dont know, but if you google Storm-Vulcan you will find info.There was a Storm-Vulcan manual on ebay recently.Most probably have 3 phase motors.Batten Industries went out of business and are selling at auction a Storm-Vulcan block and deck machine and two Superflow flow benches.Nothing I can afford but I like to look.

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