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Old 05-05-2016, 09:49:06 PM
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Default Dragsaw needs identifying

I need to know what make of dragsaw I have. It is the only one I have seen with the fuel intake on top of the cylinder. The saw is complete except for the carb/mixer. All that there is are two mounting holes and the opening for the fuel, with a cork in it now. The frame looks homemade from a Model T frame. Any suggestions? I do have several restored and more to do. The Witte is my favorite. Thanks. Jim.
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Default Re: Dragsaw needs identifying

May be a Cascade. I think they had a crankcase the bolted together in halves like that.
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Thanks for the info. It's a start, so maybe I can find out what the carb/mixer looks like and how the fuel got to it. Cheers, Jim
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Yes it is a Cascade. Found the info via the Gallery, Chris J's dragsaws. Excellent views of many dragsaws. Thanks
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Default Re: Dragsaw needs identifying

Another needs to be identified. It has a COLUMBIA stencil on the wooden frame and a Model Z on a tag.
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Can you post pictures of the Columbia saw and the tag?

I am thinking it might be Multnomah, but hard to tell without seeing it.
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