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Re: Old Oregon spinner: what's missing?
« on: October 01, 2014, 02:28:52 pm »
That spinner looks like the aluminum casting one made in Italy. It is not the old cast iron one made in Buffalo, NY and it is not the current welded one either. I think they date from the 90's?

I don't know what spinner bits it needs? The current Italian style is too long to align with the guides but can be cut-off to fit.

The replacements for the old cast iron model is still available. It may fit perfect?
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