Ran across an Army technical manual for the Disston KB6a saw dated October 1943. Split the 84 pages into 4 files of about 7 meg each. Pm me if you need a copy. There are othe manuals I could not find
Went to our county reference library and struck out.
In the back you can see my old DA211. I just sold it a couple months ago. Skip forward to a couple days ago. A friend, who was a mechanic for Bartlett tree service for 32 years, inherited his FIL's wood working tools. I need some wood working tools. He said come over and take a look and he would give me a good deal if I take it all. Got to talking and told him I sold my DA211. He laughed and said I just missed it. He gave away four of them. The shortest bar was 3' and the longest was 8'. I've never seen an 8' bar. So I guess I missed out on the "You Suck Award" of the year. The good news is he said he still has 3 Homelite 1050's in the basement. I love 1050's and still have the two my Dad bought new in the early 70's. Maybe I can get a little "You Suck Award, If I bring home the 1050's, Joe.