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Offline Al Smith

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Re: Mac super 250
« on: December 17, 2013, 06:25:02 pm »
They stuck around for a long while if you think about .The trend changed I'd imagine is why they went away.

Those old reeders like the 250 Mac and C5 Homelite got replaced by 10-10 Macs and xl-12 Homelites .The Homeys kept the reeds but they were light weight and for the type of cutting more conveniant  and cheaper .Then things progressed further into to lighter faster saws such as we have today .

I've got a couple 250's for example .They cut just fine for being made in the 60's but not something you'd care to run all day . A tank or two every so often but the rest of the time it's a lighter weight faster saw .

 

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