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Offline oldpro

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Old saw information
« on: November 07, 2016, 04:35:43 pm »
I have an old book- Chainsaw Service Manual that I picked up at a mechanic's course in 1974. It covers many of the OLD model chainsaws,it gives basic data,tune-up and repair specs,and lots of exploded views of the entire saw.
If you are looking for some info or data on a vintage chainsaw you have I'm happy to help and provide you with whatever pictures and info I can.The book covers-

Bolens,Canadien,Clinton,Cobra,Comet,David-Bradley,Eclipse,Hoe,Hoffco,Homelite,Indian,Lancaster,Lombard,Mall,McCulloch,Mono,Partner,Peerless,Pioneer,Poulan,Power Products(Tecumseh),Remington,Root,Sears,Solo,Stihl,Tecumseh,West Bend,and Wright.

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Online ray benson

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Re: Old saw information
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2017, 02:28:43 pm »
1974 would make it the Intertec 4th edition. They come out every few years. Found most of the editions  on ebay. 2nd edition is 1966, the oldest I have found.
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