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blade guard/cordwood saw

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11-26-2006 19:41:51

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Finally got a little time to work on the blade guard for the cordwood saw this weekend. Previous owner had cut off a big chunk of it(apparently using a chainsaw). I had straightened up what was left of it when I restored the rest of the saw earlier this year. Here's a pic w/ a partial guard:

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And here's a pic after fabricating & welding up the missing section:

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I still need to make up the last hinged section, but at least now I can lift it into transport position w/o fearing for my life!


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Dave L

11-27-2006 17:34:02

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 Re: blade guard/cordwood saw in reply to lonestarjeff, 11-26-2006 19:41:51  
Hey Jeff looks great,Been using these saws fer years and love em,nothing cuts faster.Last year I finally had to sharpen and set my blade last year.Used vice grips to set and a file to sharpen,took an hour and werks great.Love yer saw.

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11-27-2006 18:08:44

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 Re: blade guard/cordwood saw in reply to Dave L, 11-27-2006 17:34:02  
Thanks Dave....This past weekend I sharpened mine too. The set looked pretty good, so I left it alone. Cuts like a hot knife thru butter.


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dan hill

11-27-2006 03:50:51

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 Re: blade guard/cordwood saw in reply to lonestarjeff, 11-26-2006 19:41:51  
Take a look at a new pto shaft drive saws.They are guarded much better.The arbors have a cover on them also.Getting the blade sharpened properly will be a problem.

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