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Wright Blade Saws 1958-1963

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Posted by jdemaris on November 06, 2005 at 14:37:34 from (

In Reply to: antique wright reciprocating saw posted by upred on November 04, 2005 at 17:00:18:

There were a lot of different saws made under the Wright name. The later Wright saws with convention saw chains were made by Poulan or by Thomas Industries. If you tell me the model number, I'll give you some specs. Wright Blade Saws (like your's) were made in Louisville, KY or Sheboygin, WI. One example is model GS-5020A, made 1960-1962. It has a 7.06 cubic inch reed-valve engine, weighed 25 lbs., had a R.E. Phelon ignition number F-2120-J2. Ignition timing is .105 in. (2.66 mm) before TDC, points are set at .020 in. (0.51 mm), spark-plug gap is .025 in. (0.63 mm),fuel mix is 1/2 pint to 1 gallon = 16:1, etc.
Other blade saw models included the GS-4520 with 4.51 cubic inches and 19 lbs. with Tillotson HL-9A carb. and J14J spark plug, model GS-2016 made 1960 with 4 cubic inches or the later model B316 made 1963 also with 4 cubic inches - Carter ND, carb - 20 lbs. - Champion J-18-Y spark-plug, model GS-2520 made 1958-1959 with 4.51 cubic inches - 19 lbs. - Tillotson HL-9A carb - Champion J11J spark-plug, model GS-5020 made 1959-1960 just about the same saw as the previously mentioned GS-5020 except uses a Carter ND carb, model B-520 made 1963 with 7.06 cubic inches and 25 lbs.

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