I never dreamed that this day would actually come (sniff), but I'm speechless that something with Remington in the title made a sticky:hmm3grin2orange:
Now to put up...not shut up
Here are some pics of a nice old school Remington Super 770, sporting a NOS 30" Remington Bar
My long term project.
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Just received a 20" roller nose OEM bar.
Under the 'hood' and the famous 'pinched fire hose' air filter. Thanks to Drew Crane!!
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And, thanks Joe at Sugar Creek Supply for making obsolete carb kits.
Waiting on a length of 7/16" chain from Placerville, Ca. so we can test run him in some white oak. If there are no serious issues I will blow him apart for a complete overhaul. I.E. main bearings, seals, rings and a PAINT JOB.
Now I see the difference between a 75 and 75A. The starter is on the R.H. side of Mr. Bow Saw's 75.
Oh yeah ,,that's a nice saw for restoration. Let me know how the chain procurement goes; I've had a hard time finding .058 .404 pitch chain.
I tried a 20" Homelite hardnose bar with a .404" x .050" x 73 dl on mine when I discovered it had a 7/16" pitch sprocket. Turning the clutch drum by hand produced a 'crunchy' feel. Turned out that the P.O. and the fellow who made up the chain loop were F.O.S..