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Thank you guys for the warm welcome. I talked to Bob today and he told me that David would chime in and he came through! The answer you gave was definitely what I was looking for. So as I understand it I technically would only need the Sincere lathe. If I decide to do some clock work later down the road the Sincere would not be able to handle the larger work load? It may seem that a Boley might be the best answer for the long haul. 1) easier parts to get 2) could handle the work load of clock parts. Do I have that correct? Also, I was considering the Peerless that Larry has for sale if you have seen it I would love your opinion. Also, I am not that Mike Weaver I work for Missouri Gas Energy. Thank you again for all of your responses.