I use a Central Machinery 9X20 metal lathe, model #45861 I got from Harbor Freight quite some time ago to turn those reel seat inserts and cork grips on fly rods. It works great for cylindrical parts and is very accurate, but not so good for anything with curves and slants, like most of you do. The slave pulley rotates on a fixed shaft with bronze bushings between the pulley and shaft. Those bushings wore completely away (maybe I should have oiled it more often). Naturally, Central Machinery no longer makes or supports that lathe, nor does Harbor Freight. After a little searching I found some indication that the Grizzly model G4000 lathe has nearly the same exact design. So after some head scratching over the exploded parts diagrams (they don't match exactly either) I ordered the bushings. Lo and behold, they fit after a little cleaning up with 400 grit. So do the 3/16" belts. So if anyone else has an old Central Machinery 9X20 lathe needing repair parts, check out the Grizzly G4000.