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WTB Nova Titan Chuck

Discussion in 'Want To Buy' started by Jason Goodrich, Aug 24, 2020.

  1. Jason Goodrich

    Jason Goodrich

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    I want to add a big chuck to my line up with my G3 and Supernova II. It seems like it would make sense to stay in the Nova line, but would consider something else in the Titans size range. Does anyone have one to sell or compelling reasons to steer clear of the Titan?
     
  2. John Hicks

    John Hicks

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    I have both the titan II and the titan III, they are both great chucks.
     
  3. Paul Grenier

    Paul Grenier

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    I also have both the Titan II and the Titan III and they are great chucks.
     
  4. Bill Blasic

    Bill Blasic

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    If I were you I would pass on the Titan II it only accepts jaws with two holes unlike the original and the Titan III that accept 3 hole jaws. They have come out with two new jaw sets for the Original and the III that were badly needed/ The Titan II comes with 4" power jaws which are the same jaws used on the Super Nova II. I think you gain nothing with the Titan II over the Super Nova II other than the weight differences between the two chucks. I bought the Titan II and was upset that it only took two hole jaws. I have all 3 Titans but the Titan II gets very very little use.
     
  5. John Hicks

    John Hicks

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    I don't thin the Titan I and II are even available anywhere? The only thing a Titan II has over the SN2 is a larger range of movement for the jaws and more mass. I like the SN2 also, it's got a good range of jaws.
     

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