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Any body seen one of these lately. What year is it from? Anybody got one? What is it worth?
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I have one now with the box. As far as i know earl fiftys 50-52 worth not sure was trying to sell it but not until i find out
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If it works about $20.

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Any body seen one of these lately. What year is it from? Anybody got one? What is it worth?
I have one, too. I have no idea what it's worth, but it's a neat saw and I use it frequently. :-)

I just wish it had a blade lock so tightening it was less of a chore.
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I have one, too. I have no idea what it's worth, but it's a neat saw and I use it frequently. :-)

I just wish it had a blade lock so tightening it was less of a chore.
Hey My dad has this saw and loves it, but can't figure out how to change the blade. Seems you already have (with difficulty). Any tips? He is unsure if its right or left hand threads, and was ready to take an impact gun to it. Or drill a hole in the case to stop the arbor from turning so he can loosen the nut.

HELP!
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I have one with the steel box, Excellent condition, except where the guard attaches the
mount is broken
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I have one, can't change the blade
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Hey My dad has this saw and loves it, but can't figure out how to change the blade. Seems you already have (with difficulty). Any tips? He is unsure if its right or left hand threads, and was ready to take an impact gun to it. Or drill a hole in the case to stop the arbor from turning so he can loosen the nut.

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If you find out how to change the blade, let me know as I have one.
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Looking for more 6" saw blades. Having only one and taking it off to sharpen is a hassle. I had no problems getting blade off. A little unusual the way it is made. Anyone have extra blades.
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He is unsure if its right or left hand threads, and was ready to take an impact gun to it. Or drill a hole in the case to stop the arbor from turning so he can loosen the nut.
Hi Gixx

It's bound to be a left hand thread - if it were a right hand thread the blade woud unscrew the bolt.

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