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  • Saber saw ? Mystery tool

    I have this mysterious instrument, the Manning Bowman, model 73532 2000-2400 beats per minute. Author: Mc graw Edison Co. Boonville, Missouri . I'm sure it looks like a saber saw version, but there's nothing at the end of the ram that can take the blade that I know of. The RAM does not have an opening slot or hole. The cross is drilled and tapped and has two mounting pins, one on each side. If the threaded hole is intended for clamping, it will only work with the inputs from the rugged sides of the ram.
    Do you have any ideas?

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    I think you should take photos of this power or take it to a specialized store to advise on the correct use

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      Originally posted by EmmuWisl View Post
      I think you should take photos of this power or take it to a specialized store to advise on the correct use
      I agree; if you aren't versed in using this tool, you better take it with specialists to check it and make sure that it is safe to use. If it is as old as I imagined, you most likely should abandon it and take a more modern and safer model. You can go shopping, read reviews on the Internet and choose your best miter saw. Nowadays, the market is oversaturated with supply. You just have to decide what capacity will suit you and select something according to your budget.

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