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I have a Wright power reciprocating saw and am looking for a manual so I can restore it. Can...

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Old 12-08-2006, 06:25 PM
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I have a Wright power reciprocating saw and am looking for a manual so I can restore it. Can someone please help me?? Thanks in advance. Dan
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Hello Dan,

Is your saw about the size of a chain saw, say less than 40 pounds, and air cooled? If so you might post and search on the small air cooled engine section.
There have been several posts on Wright saws there. I don't know much about them, but always thought they were pretty cool

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What model of Wright saw do you have? Might have a parts list in a dealer binder that I have.

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Dan
The Wright Power saw has been discussed in the Small engine saw and tractor section of this website. Look at the botton of this page and Harry has a similar links that also might help. This web site http://www.acresinternet.com/cscc.nsf?OpenDatabase has some info on wright saws (you might have to dig a little. Hope this helps.
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It is a model GS 2016. Thanks
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