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Drag Saws, must see!


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Chris,

Do you still have drag saw parts to sell?
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What do you need??
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I think I have a Timber Wolf or Ward Sawyer (they are the same, I believe).

I need a mixer, which I believe aren't that difficult to find (Lunkenheimer, or that style). The harder parts to find that I need, are the Wico EK mag bracket and trip mechanism, and a cooling tank.

Just checking to see if parts are out there. The piston is stuck and I will have to see if that is going to free up before I go any farther.

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Yes, I have some parts, I replied to your pm

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my name is Roy Davies and I have a two coloured advertising brochure of several pages and a parts list.I will try to find it and take pictures of them to show you
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Chris I need a little help here, I recently found a 4 hp. S&R , not in bad shape. The only issue it has is that the timer is mangled. The brass contact strip is there but the binding ends are bent, it will take some patients to straighten them. The other thing that is cobbelled is the contact and the prowl that is attached to the crank shaft. I have looked at all your photos, (great shots) but nothing is clear enough to make out what I`m missing. If you would be so kind please take a photo of the timer side of the saw motor and I will make the missing parts. Thanks Jim
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Hi Chris...Havnt spoke to you since you left for school. I have a wade that is taking up space here in Priest River. The engine has lots of compression, spring clutch, 2 saws log dogs. Both tanks need to be fixed and wood. Any ideas? It needs a home....Tnx Brent
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Do you have any Appleton parts?
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Question Re: Wade saw parts?

Chris
I see you have a bunch of parts and I need the adjusting pillow block for my Wade The top cap was lost, then "blacksmithed" replacement made to work.
Would you have a complete pillow block for sale?
The casting # has "08" on one and "8" on the other.

I can try to send a pic or the video of mine running if that would help.
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I have a couple of misc. small parts for sale. I believe 2 of the pillow blocks and the steel nose skids are Vaughn. 1 pillow block is wade?? Not sure about the tanks and straps. Make offer. Bob
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