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What's this manhole fan?

Please post the link. I know David saves all of those pics for reference so I'll try and grab some

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Never mind, found it

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12 hours ago, CNew said:

 

:)

Well, I ended up spending money I didn’t really have at the moment but for something that unusual I had to at least try for it. Wife ain’t going to be too happy about it but I’ll figure out something to backfill the shortfall. Not my most expensive O&R but pretty close.  Can’t wait for it to get here, hopefully it won’t end up somewhere with the cutoff saw...

For some strange reason I figured it was you!! If you are the some as me I check ebay 4 to 5 times a day.

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Hallelujah, it finally arrived!  At a quick glance I don’t see any damage from shipping. I thought for sure at 17 days in transit it was bound to get banged up.  I’ll have to verify after further inspection.

 

 

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That should clean up nice. Glad you finally received it and a good addition to the collection

Mine doesn't have that black blade guard on the bottom. Wonder if I could get Terry @JUST O&R the metal man to repop one for me?

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17 minutes ago, Wallfish said:

 Wonder if I could get Terry @JUST O&R the metal man to repop one for me?

we can try Almost  anything .

 

10 hours ago, CNew said:

Hallelujah, it finally arrived!  At a quick glance I don’t see any damage from shipping. I thought for sure at 17 days in transit it was bound to get banged up.  I’ll have to verify after further inspection.

 

I'm glad you got it now lets get started on the restoration !!! look good that will come out nice

 

 

 

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On 1/21/2020 at 8:37 PM, CNew said:

Hallelujah, it finally arrived!  At a quick glance I don’t see any damage from shipping. I thought for sure at 17 days in transit it was bound to get banged up.  I’ll have to verify after further inspection.

 

 

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(john) i think the guard is on the wrong side . this one and my saw its on the inside of the guard

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10 hours ago, JUST O&R said:

(john) i think the guard is on the wrong side . this one and my saw its on the inside of the guard

I was looking at that but when holding it up to the saw, the guard opening is centered when it's on the outside, plus there's less places to deflect sparks and collect dust so I assumed it might go on the outside.

Was wondering how long it would take the factory correct police to catch me! :D Not long, I'm a horrible criminal

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On 1/6/2020 at 2:34 AM, Wallfish said:

here's a pic of the washer type cap gaskets. Not sure when they changed but maybe David knows

I bought a cheap set of O rings at Harbor Freight a while back. 2 sizes in there fit them both and there's about 10 of each

 

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I went though all the service information I have and posted detailed lists for the gaskets & O rings used for the chainsaws, the gas & oil tank caps for the older ones had the flat washer seal and the later ones changed to using the O rings (post no #10).

 

I have a kit of Facom gasket punches (with a compass based blade for cutting larger sizes) that can be used to make the round gaskets, it was bought from a business liquidator on ePay many years ago for under half it's normal price.

 

David

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On 1/28/2020 at 11:06 AM, Wallfish said:
On 1/28/2020 at 12:53 AM, JUST O&R said:

(john) i think the guard is on the wrong side . this one and my saw its on the inside of the guard

I was looking at that but when holding it up to the saw, the guard opening is centered when it's on the outside, plus there's less places to deflect sparks and collect dust so I assumed it might go on the outside.

Was wondering how long it would take the factory correct police to catch me! :D Not long, I'm a horrible criminal

 

Amazingly the extra guard piece is not shown in either the parts list or brochure leaflet, I only have pictures of three other Orline Circular Saws, it's only visible in this one (where it's fitted to the outside of the guard) link below;

It's hidden by the blade in the pictures of the other two saws I have.

 

Also the brochure confirms the blade size as 8" (same size as used on the Comet C/Saw), both an abrasive wheel and saw blade were available for the Orline Saw.

 

David

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