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  1. davidwyby

    davidwyby Foster home for at risk saws n deuces GoldMember

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    Just picked this project saw up to complete my previously acquired partial one.
    Kid said he put the handle on from something else. It was tricky to get apart because the handle was in the way of releasing the brake and the full wrap. Any ideas? Anyone want to trade for the proper one? Or I can probably cut and weld this one at work and make it fit....?
     
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  2. jacob j.

    jacob j. Beezlebubba GoldMember

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    That looks like a 272 full wrap. It would likely work on your 266 if you had the bottom bracket for it, as shown here:

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  3. davidwyby

    davidwyby Foster home for at risk saws n deuces GoldMember

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    Hmm, maybe...but the handle was too far forward to release the brake ‍♂️
     
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    They made a different brake to work with the handle.
     
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    You need the staggard brake
    @how57 you know of any.
     
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    XP_Slinger They’re Just Saws

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    These guys nailed the fix. Need the block on the bottom and the Wrap brake flag. The Wrap flag angles forward more than a standard one giving the needed travel to disengage the brake.
     
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    I have one. But I’m reluctant to let it go. Can’t seem to find them. I can keep an eye out though. Before OSHA. Everyone just abandoned the brake. Most wood cutters around here still do it. Thanks for the recommendation though.
     
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    I've never seen one
    Everyone cut the bands off from the 80s through the 90s
    Power robbers they said.
     
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    XP_Slinger They’re Just Saws

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    Don’t blame you, they are very elusive these days. I’m grateful my 268W still had the original correct flag
     
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    You got me thinking. Here’s a 394 clutch cover laying alongside my 268.
    What do you think? DF3CA8C4-EEC2-4742-A336-D06EDF0E872B.jpeg
     
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    You don’t happen to have any of those bracelets laying around? I’ve got two handles bracketless.
     
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    davidwyby Foster home for at risk saws n deuces GoldMember

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    I have a 395 I could try. It has a full wrap too.
    I don’t think I like full wraps...
     
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    Sure you do!
     
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    No sir, I had an extra but I gifted it to one of our builders. If I come across anymore though, I'll let you know. :headbang:
     
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    Appreciate it.
     
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    With some dimensions I might see if the CNC guy will make some of those brackets. I thought she had terrible vibes until I discovered the missing bracket put the wrap hard against the bottom of the case. Eyeroll. Did a field expedient repair, still need to test.
     

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    A 288 brake handle will set farther forward, I tried out one on my 61,

    KIMG1443.JPG
     
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    You saying this works? I didn’t think the 288 would bolt on? I have a 272. If I trigger the brake it’s tough to get it released. I’ve been dealing with this same problem
     
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    I'm pretty sure it's a 288 handle.

    KIMG1446.JPG

     
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    I might have that plastic spacer block in my junk pile, I will look this week
     
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