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I started by turning a simple shallow step which cleared the bore of the pulley,
then stepping that down to clear the bore of the spindle itself, with room to spare.
Nothing was terribly precise, it was cut a little on the loose side for easy use.
I added the wide, shallow taper so the drawbar wouldn't 'catch' on the lip
of the spindle when inserting it.
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