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Found this beast in a friends shed. He said it would look good hanging on the wall in my shop. The engine turns over by hand and the bar oiler still works.



Model # 917.60026 serial #801110.
 

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Good find! Those were/are a man's saw! My Grandpa had one with a 18" Blade, it was a heavy beast!:D
You said that right this thing is a heavy beast. I want to find some more info on it but I can't find this model on the internet.:mad:
 

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Sorry about the two pictures not wanting to work.


I figured for my first vintage saw I should get the coolest looking one I could find. Compared to a Stihl MS210C this thing is huge.
 

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that is pretty cool. I love going to fairs and looking at these. I can't imagine running one.
I now have the vintage chainsaw bug.:D I am now looking for more old saws to hang on display in the garage. I hope to get this one running just to see what it can do.
 

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Its gonna sound sweet I know it. Hey whats a mixture for those like 32:1 or something richer? Man she's gonna sound awsome and you'll be in a purple haze haha
 

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Its gonna sound sweet I know it. Hey whats a mixture for those like 32:1 or something richer? Man she's gonna sound awsome and you'll be in a purple haze haha
Well we did a compression test and it was very low.:mad: So going to have to find another one to get running. At least it still look cool hanging from the rafters in the shop.
 

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