I bought the Tomlee 10" Model 45 today, and it needs a sawblade and a
new rubber "thingie" that goes around the wheel that the sawblade
rides on. Sorry, I'm new, and do not know the correct terms yet.
Any info on where to get the sawblade and parts for this saw would
be appreciate. It's been raining here today, and I may not have found
other problems. It would be neat to get it working again.
Thanks for the help!
I'm always interested in why people join certain words into
a sentence and put a period at the end.
I'm sure you are aware that Tomlee is out of business. I'm
not sure where you would find tires for your wheels but
bands can be gotten at just about anywhere that makes bands.
I would suggest Suffolk. Do a Google search for Suffolk
Timberwolf. It takes 64" bands.
If you are interested in finding more about Tomlee you might
want to visit the Old WoodWorking Machines site.
This saw was also sold by Toro.
Thank you, and I had found that site and downloaded their pdf file
on Tomlee from 1952. It's also nice to know that that "thingie" is
a tire. lol
About my stringing a sentence together, point taken. I'm glad the
paragraph had enough context so the meaning would be clear.
As I'm getting older, I'm starting to say completely wrong words,
such as calling a butter knife, a fork. Ummm. I'm not sure there
is any help for that.
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