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saw attachment for John Deere B

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CurtisH

06-21-2020 10:55:42




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Hello,
I just saw this photo on another thread. What caught my attention was the saw mounted on the front of the tractor. I few years back I had pulled a similar looking device out of the weeds at my grandparent's farm ( the blade was hanging on a nail in a barn), and I've always wondered how it was set up and used. I haven't found anything useful on the internet yet, so just wanted to ask here if anyone has any leads on who made these, how they were set up, any good sources of photos, etc. Thanks!

Curtis

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Emmo213

06-24-2020 18:35:28




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 Re: saw attachment for John Deere B in reply to CurtisH, 06-21-2020 10:55:42  
https://www.kidronauction.com/auctions/august-2020-machinery-sale



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nlastovi

06-22-2020 09:20:50




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 Re: saw attachment for John Deere B in reply to CurtisH, 06-21-2020 10:55:42  
I know someone who, on a saw very similar saw to the one pictured, lost a finger. They wrapped it in cold wet towels and rushed it along with the person to the ER. Finger ended up back in service for the most part. Be careful out there folks.



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rrlund

06-22-2020 03:42:44




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 Re: saw attachment for John Deere B in reply to CurtisH, 06-21-2020 10:55:42  
Wanna buy another one? I've got one out here that was on an A.



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Mike M

06-24-2020 13:02:38




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 Re: saw attachment for John Deere B in reply to rrlund, 06-22-2020 03:42:44  
Might be a good item to sell at Kidron Ohio machinery sale. The Amish would buy it. Not sure what sale schedule is with the covid-19 ? They might have a website.



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CurtisH

06-24-2020 12:56:51




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 Re: saw attachment for John Deere B in reply to rrlund, 06-22-2020 03:42:44  
rrlund,
Thanks for the offer, but I first want to see what I can do with the one I have.



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David G

06-21-2020 18:39:24




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 Re: saw attachment for John Deere B in reply to CurtisH, 06-21-2020 10:55:42  
I grew up with parents using one.

Mostly on AC's.



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Hayfarmer

06-21-2020 14:37:31




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 Re: saw attachment for John Deere B in reply to CurtisH, 06-21-2020 10:55:42  
We had one we put on our G at times. Kinda like the one on the B. I helped cut wood with it a few times. The blade is awsome but I wonder why there weren't more people who used them missing a few fingers or an arm



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jCarroll

06-22-2020 07:12:35




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 Re: saw attachment for John Deere B in reply to Hayfarmer, 06-21-2020 14:37:31  
Because my Dad told me and my brothers 6 thousand times (more or less) to make sure your footing was firm, to not "grab" for a loose piece of wood, and to keep our jackets buttoned tight.



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wore out

06-21-2020 11:14:40




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 Re: saw attachment for John Deere B in reply to CurtisH, 06-21-2020 10:55:42  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Here's a link to a video of a "tractor mounted buzz saw" in operation.

https://youtu.be/P8QrrEbfTpI

As I recall, not all had sliding/movable "tables" like the one in the video.

All sorts of suppliers sold them, Sears and Wards included.



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CurtisH

06-21-2020 14:26:44




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 Re: saw attachment for John Deere B in reply to wore out, 06-21-2020 11:14:40  
Wore Out,
Thank you!



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