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Freudianfloyd

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Well I spent the day scrubbing this saw. My wife wasn't impressed when I brought it home. She was actually less impressed than most saws. Her words were "it looks like it was in a fire"

So anyway, bought a fuel line, fuel filter, bar nut, and spark plug. Cleaned the carb, and put it back together. She fired right up but needs tuned bad. I am waiting on my air filter to show up so I cant really tune it. The old one was missing all of the flocking.

In the meantime, I've been scrubbing it, and sanded down and painted the bar. I had a chain for it, so I think I'm finished buying parts for it.

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I know the orange isnt a perfect match, but I dont expect it to last long. I just had to do something to clean it up. Plus in person the oranges don't look that far off from each other.

I wish there was a good way to clean that white handle.
 
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Any clue to manufacturer???
I needed it.....
I think we have one in the shop somewhere made by Glick Industries in East Earl , PA. Glick is a common Amish name in the area and it would stand to reason they would be the ones to make such a thing. I seem to recall the name Powersaw on the blade guard. It may be a different brand than yours. Tomorrow I’ll get out to the shop and check it out and let you know


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I think we have one in the shop somewhere made by Glick Industries in East Earl , PA. Glick is a common Amish name in the area and it would stand to reason they would be the ones to make such a thing. I seem to recall the name Powersaw on the blade guard. It may be a different brand than yours. Tomorrow I’ll get out to the shop and check it out and let you know


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This one came out of Delta PA
 
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Well I spent the day scrubbing this saw. My wife wasn't impressed when I brought it home. She was actually less impressed than most saws. Her words were "it looks like it was in a fire"

So anyway, bought a fuel line, fuel filter, bar nut, and spark plug. Cleaned the carb, and put it back together. She fired right up but needs tuned bad. I am waiting on my air filter to show up so I cant really tune it. The old one was missing all of the flocking.

In the meantime, I've been scrubbing it, and sanded down and painted the bar. I had a chain for it, so I think I'm finished buying parts for it.

Before:
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And after:
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I know the orange isnt a perfect match, but I dont expect it to last long. I just had to do something to clean it up. Plus in person the oranges don't look that far off from each other.

I wish there was a good way to clean that white handle.
I have used the Mr Clean magic eraser on some tanks and it does brighten some of them a little. Not totally clean and back to white but it has helped some!
 
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I think we have one in the shop somewhere made by Glick Industries in East Earl , PA. Glick is a common Amish name in the area and it would stand to reason they would be the ones to make such a thing. I seem to recall the name Powersaw on the blade guard. It may be a different brand than yours. Tomorrow I’ll get out to the shop and check it out and let you know


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That sure looks like a Glick Industries conversion.
https://www.farmshow.com/a_article.php?aid=7685
 
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Looked at ours today and unfortunately it’s not complete. But, we do have the parts list. If you’re interested, I can scan it for you.


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1995 suggested list price was $385 for the 8 inch model and $399 for the 10 inch model.
Dealer price was $298 and $309 respectively.


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