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Old 02-06-2016, 02:22:57 AM
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I have a new project. An Ottawa TE 4HP. Log Saw. Ser. #5775. I bought pretty complete and very stuck. I have all apart now and I'm in the process of the rebuild. I have been very fortunate in that the project has been relatively smooth so far. What I am going to need some help with is the magneto trip assembly. Everything is missing from the eccentric on the cam gear, the eccentric strap, and the trip assembly that mounts below the EK mag. Does anyone have drawings of those parts or know where I can purchase the parts? I have had pretty much no Success finding any on the internet. I have found some pretty good pictures, but no real good way to scale them or see the individual parts. Once this restoration is complete the plan is to put it on long term loan to the Northwest Logging Museum at the Antique Powerland in Brooks OR. as part of a living, working history display. Any help would be wonderful and appreciated.
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Take a look at this publication:

How to Care For and Operate Ottawa Log Saws, Engines & Buzz Saw Rigs

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That was amazing. Tons of information, Thank you.
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I sent you an Email regarding the parts.
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I have completed a bunch of the work on the saw and I am trying to assemble the clutch. It seems to locked in the engaged position and I cannot figure it out. Here is a picture of what I have for a clutch and the sequence as to where the parts go and how they are oriented. Is this correct? Am I missing parts? Can someone shed some light on my predicament? Thank you again!
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Sure looks like a nice camshaft & mag. trip assembly on there .......
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Doesn't it. Got a great deal on it from a really nice guy on here.
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Hay Willie, the Wolf Machine shop at Brooks should be open ,I hope at July and Aug show , will look forward to seeing your saw
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It will be at the Heller Logging Museum. Hopefully sawing logs
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Do you have the bearings for the Ottawa clutch.

---------- Post added at 10:18:55 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:06:40 AM ----------

I might be able to help my#is 573 512 1316. I have a 4hp 2 5hp and 2 6Hp Ottawa's.
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