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Forum topic by ralbuck posted 272 days ago 576 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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ralbuck

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272 days ago

I happened across this on a tractor forum that I belong to. Thought that some of the sawdust makers might be interested!

The old tractor guys are actually interested in about any old machine that could somehow be hooked to or powered by tractors of any kind! That included shafts or belts as well as pulled.

http://antiquetractorsforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=5332&p=46305#p46305

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#1 posted 272 days ago

That bad boy is massive…

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#2 posted 272 days ago

Interesting, thank you : )

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#3 posted 272 days ago

That looks like the same (model) 42” tilting arbor saw we used to have at North Arm Boatworks when I worked there in the seventies. In operation there was often a man standing on the table turning the wheel to change the bevel as a plank was being cut. Sometimes it was me. More often I was the one doing the cutting. It was a great saw and nothing slowed it down.

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#4 posted 272 days ago

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