Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by little possum, Aug 24, 2010.
Looks good, Joe!
Very nice Joe. I guess you won't be running that by yourself. Cool exhaust note.
This winter I'm going to be working on an old Blue Streak... it's in pretty good condition, needs some work on the recoil, probably needs points filed, carb tuning, etc.. it has a 4' bar on it
should be some fun when it's done
You can ship that to me for free chain sharpening and storage until you forget its here...
Mall 7. Set the mag timing and cleaned carb and it was ready to go.
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Angelo Trépanier collection hope you enjoy it
Hear is a new project for me hope you enjoy The pics are from the guy I got it from
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.
Got back at Titan could not find mufflers for it or cylinder shrouds so I made them .
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.
I got some color on the saw now
I've got a big Mercury that's labeled KB-7A. Does anybody have any information on this saw? When it was made?
I thought you got rid of all your saws
Some info here
I have no manuals or parts diagrams for the KB-7ay, if you find any could I get a copy?
If the weight is correct, that thing is a freaking monster. 97 pounds! My DA211 was about half that, Joe.
This saw is not mine belongs to a friend . borrowed it to see if I could get it to run hope you enjoy it .
has anyone else seen a chrome bore in a mcculloch model 99 or 7-55?
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