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    Hello I just got an old racine hacksaw with a patent date on the coolant door of 1914, on the saw bow it reads "the racine", and it uses a worm gear to turn the main shaft. Does any one know where I can find any info on it?

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    You might try the Practical Machinist forum in the antique section.

    Hal

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    • #3
      racine

      thank you I tried with no luck

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      • #4
        I did a search on the PM, Antique section, and I typed in Racine saw and two page came up.
        One said there were manuals for sale on the "Osarkwoodworkers" forum.

        Hal

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        • #5
          hacksaw

          Thank you Hal I tried the antique section nothing on my saw, ozark sell 3 nonhydraulic operated saws none of them like mine.

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          • #6
            Well it was worth a try.
            If you get a chance post a picture, it's alwasy nice to see old machines.

            Hal

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            • #7
              racine

              As soon as I get time I will post a picture

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                Racine power saw -1914

                Originally posted by ENTERPRISE LATHE
                Hello I just got an old racine hacksaw with a patent date on the coolant door of 1914, on the saw bow it reads "the racine", and it uses a worm gear to turn the main shaft. Does any one know where I can find any info on it?
                This looks promising:
                http://www.google.com.au/#hl=en&sour...87b69bb73dd8af

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                • #9
                  racine

                  thank you for the help I searched for it and could not find any info on it,maybe I just did not see it.

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