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Any One Into Old Saws??

Post in 'The Gear' started by Jason Hall, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. Jason Hall

    Jason Hall New Member

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    Bee bee guns lol, you'll shoot your eye out KID. I was suposed to hang this gun rack on the wall, but have yet to do It. Now that I feel like a Dumb Ass, I guess I will get It done...

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    I just looked up a Mac 15, and It does look a lot like the Tecumseh. What years did mac make the 15??

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  2. Danno77

    Danno77 Minister of Fire

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    62-68 according to Mike Acres website.
  3. ScotO

    ScotO Guest

    I love those oldies....I have owned a couple over the years.

    Most recent one was an old IEL Pioneer RA (around 1957), it had sat in a shed for DECADES with no spark. I bought it for 25 bucks, took the points cover off to find that they had come loose, reset and tightened them down, cleaned the carb, and she fired up after a couple pulls! I believe that saw was 110cc, it sounded like a friggin dirt bike! Sold it for $120 bucks to a buddy of mine and he just has it on a shelf, it looks pretty much like new......

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