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Re: hack cut saw (ol blue)

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dr sportster

01-13-2014 07:23:33

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That is a nice addition to your shop. That's one of the only machines you can leave unattended and it will shut itself off.

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john jay

01-13-2014 11:01:09

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 Re: hack cut saw (ol blue) in reply to dr sportster, 01-13-2014 07:23:33  
Yeah it took me awhile to get that switch adjusted so it would but it does shot off nice when done cutting. I have used big industrial saws and I think I can say this is my favorite. Cuts very strait and a blade lasts me many cuts. Easier to change blades too. I welded another cut support on the rear so steel doesn't just fall. That was the best thing I did to it lol. About the only other thing I want to do is add a cylinder to the arm to control its drop when cutting angle iron and so I can lock the arm in up position.

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01-13-2014 11:29:35

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 Re: hack cut saw (ol blue) in reply to john jay, 01-13-2014 11:01:09  
Nice little saw,..but i won't call it a "beast"

THIS one is a "beast" lol

build in the fifty's (i think).
All Cast iron,.weighs 1/2 a ton

Hydr automatic lowering and raising, adjustable feed, adjustable stroke.fluid cooling pump, auto shutoff
cuts up to 8" x 12" solid square.

Still cuts straight as an arrow.

Mebby some day i'll clean it up a bit

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john jay

01-13-2014 11:38:41

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 Re: hack cut saw (ol blue) in reply to bison, 01-13-2014 11:29:35  
haha yes that is beast. dwarfs mine lol. I would definitely do some cleaning and painting on yours. im going to paint mine soon. I believe mine was made in 1928. that"s what the net says anyways. mine has a tag on it saying it was made in eau Claire wi. I believe a company called keller made a lot of these.

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