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Cord Wood Saw, Blades and Mandrels

the cord wood saw frame

opposite side with swinging table

good bearings with grease fittings Note the edge chip in the pulley. This doesn't affect belt use.

9 of the 10 blades. All but the smallest and largest fit the included mandrels. The smallest blade has 1 1/4" center hole, the largest has 1 7/8" hole.

Five mandrels (from front to rear)
1. 50" shaft, split babbitt bearings with oil holes, To fit splayed (saw horse) wooden legs. 6 x 9 1/2" crowned pulley
2. 36" shaft, ball bearings? with grease fittings, 6x8 crowned pulley. This appears identical to the mandrel on the cord wood saw.
3. 49" shaft, 1 piece babbit bearings with oil holes, 7 1/8" x 7" crowned pulley
4. 48" shaft, 1 piece babbitt bearing with grease cups, 5 3/4" x 6" crowned pulley
5. Mandrel and blade from a wood framed table saw. 28" shaft, split babbitt bearings with oil holes, 16" blade, bearings spaced 14 1/4" center to center.

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