You have the manuals then and that helps a bunch. One things that makes a big difference in performance is to change the motor over to 220 V. Lot easier on the motor, instantly up to speed and little draw down if working it hard. Have to make the change inside the motor but not everybody has easy access to 220V.
Turned out the other 5 rollers this afternoon. Have 10 now, only need 9 but one is about 1/8" short so if things get tight when putting it together I can slip that one in the mix and should be OK. May start drilling them tomorrow. Supposed to have a .790" bore so not sure what bit I will use for that yet. Will come up with one I bet.
I think I lost my 25/32 bit, and my neighbor borrowed my 51/64 bit. Darn thing is dull, anyway.