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    Try this URL to access photos of my power hacksaw restoration.

    http://s978.photobucket.com/home/Ron-Raub
    Last edited by Ron Raub; 01-12-2010, 01:23 AM.

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    Nope. No pictures

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    • #3
      Here you go:

      http://s978.photobucket.com/albums/a...ration%202009/

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      • #4
        Please use the edit feature to edit your posts rather than starting a new thread with each attempt to post your pictures.

        The pictures album can be found here:

        http://s978.photobucket.com/home/Ron-Raub

        Here is an example picture:

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        • #5
          Thanks rustamd. Hey Ron, nice rebuild. Where are you gonna get blades for that saw? The blades for those power hacksaws are getting hard to find.

          Patrick

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          • #6
            Originally posted by HSS
            Thanks rustamd. Hey Ron, nice rebuild. Where are you gonna get blades for that saw? The blades for those power hacksaws are getting hard to find.

            Patrick
            I've been getting mine from Enco. Mine is a Sears Craftsman model but is quite similar to this one.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by HSS
              Thanks rustamd. Hey Ron, nice rebuild. Where are you gonna get blades for that saw? The blades for those power hacksaws are getting hard to find.

              Patrick
              Blades are no problem at the present. My son has a supply of blades for it that will last for awhile. The saw and blades are his. He inherited them along with the farm.

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              • #8
                Antique hack saw restoration.

                Originally posted by dp
                I've been getting mine from Enco. Mine is a Sears Craftsman model but is quite similar to this one.
                Thanks for the tip. I have an Enco catalog but don't find any power hacksaw blades listed.
                It won't hurt to ask the company though.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ron Raub
                  Thanks for the tip. I have an Enco catalog but don't find any power hacksaw blades listed.
                  It won't hurt to ask the company though.
                  Try the on-line catalog:
                  http://www.use-enco.com/CGI/INPDFF?P...MITEM=371-1200

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                  • #10
                    Antique hack saw restoration. Saw blades

                    Originally posted by dp

                    Thankyou, Dennis I have bookmarked the site and will inform my son.

                    Sincerely,


                    Ron Raub

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                    • #11
                      Happy to help, and welcome to the HSM BBS where everyone is as polite as they can be!

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                      • #12
                        Hey DP, that's a great looking job you did on your hacksaw. Believe it or not, I have a saw that is extremely similar to yours but is called a Racine Power Hacksaw. It has a brass War Ordinance Department tag on one leg and was apparently used at some point for WWII production, perhaps shipboard since it appears to be bolted to a piece of deck that was cut away and hauled out saw and all. Mine doesn't have the gearbox yours has but the similarity is amazing.

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