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D10-Allis

I bought this 20" Curtis Saw blade on Craigslist, the seller was only 2 Miles from me.It may have come from a Hardware store that Sold Simplicity according to the name on the Tag.Not sure of the year.For now I will Hang it on the Wall.

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Talntedmrgreen

Very cool! I like the crated look. Mine came in a large cardboard sleeve, which didnt look nearly as neat. I think you have the correct blade.

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dhoadley
quote:Originally posted by Talntedmrgreen

Very cool! I like the crated look. Mine came in a large cardboard sleeve, which didnt look nearly as neat. I think you have the correct blade.


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id="quote">I, also, like the crated look. I would hang it on the wall "as is"!dOdDave

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D10-Allis

Thanks Guys, The Simplicity shipping tag has the Old Address on it does anybody knows when that Address or building was Closed.

Josh has the same Curtis Blade on His rear mounted Rig.

Thanks for the Link to the Manual BLT. In the manual they also call it a Cordwood Sawblade. I'm with Marty Calling it a Buzz saw.

Chris I've had my Snowco for a year and use it regularly.

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GregB

I wonder what that blade would look like on my saw?

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Bought this a few years ago. Pins in place using the deck mounting holes and the front weight holes on the Big Ten. I eventually will be adding the clutch parts from a 3 belt blower, to increase the safety. Also need to improve the guarding like on the Farmall Cub saw I use on occasion.

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dhoadley
quote:Originally posted by Robert Kehoe

I wonder if its OSHA approved


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id="quote">It doesn't look common sense approved to me. I would never try to use such a thing. Looks real cool sittin' still, though.

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GregB

Yup long before OSHA, but here is what we use for the bigger stuff.

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I'd like to use the B series one just to clean up the small stuff that keeps falling out of trees, without bending over a chain saw.

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