Cross Cut Saws and How to Keep Them Up (Classic Reprint)

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Question 3. Why are narrow four cutters more practical than Wider saws?

Answer. Six inches and under in the center are narrow saws; over six inches are classed as wide saws. Probably the more a man knows about upkeep the more narrow saws will be demanded. Besides a narrow blade will give more clearance in the log. Often wide saws bucking off the log or, chopping out the blade with the ax when in a small log pinch; they also accumulate rosin in pine cutting. The narrow blade eliminates friction and uses less kerosene oil. They are manufactured on scientific mechanical ideas. (so the more complicated in construction.) Will cut easier and faster when understood.

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Author(s) - Wesley S. Taylor

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Published Date - August 22 2019

ISBN - 9780265219089

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Page Count - 18

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