JPG wrote:The '620' jointer does not fit a Model 10.
The 4E does, but requires the 4E headrest.
Wait for John Burger to provide pix.
Well, yes and no.
Here are all things 10ER jointer wise. The original jointer for the 10ER was the model 4E.
It required a special jointer head rest and hinge plate to mount it on the 10ER.
Then you need the special motor pulley set to drive the jointer.
The jointer itself is some what rare but does come up on eBay occasionally. It is almost identical to the model 620 jointer but does not have mounting tubes. It bolts to the head rest hinge plate. You can see the mounting holes in this picture.
The head rest is also some what rare but it too comes up on eBay occasionally. The hinge plate is another story. It is very rare because they were easily broken.
Then there is the extremely rare motor pulley set. I have the only complete set I have ever see after years of watching eBay.
If you want an original Magna 4E jointer set up it will take a long time to gather the parts if you ever get some of them and it won't be cheap.
There is another option. When Magna came out with the MK 5 they made a set of adapters to run MK 5 SPT's (i.e. the 620 jointer) on the 10ER.
The adapter set is also extremely rare. I also have the only complete set I have ever seen on eBay after years of watching and it cost almost $300. The jointer uses the "A" adapter which is the top one in the picture and also the pulley. Unfortunately the "A" adapter is very rare. You do occasionally see the "B" adapter (bottom) and the pulley.
So here is the third option and you can have it today. Buy a 620 jointer. They are on eBay all the time. Then go to Skip Campbell's web site. http://www.mkctools.com/10erparts.htm
He makes an after market MK 5/V SPT adapter and motor pulley for the 10ER.
Sorry for being so long winded but at least it is all documented in one place now.