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Author Topic: Goosed up clutch for 075AV  (Read 1154 times)

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Goosed up clutch for 075AV
« on: March 22, 2006, 11:07:28 PM »
Once upon a time in my internet travels I read talk about a beefed up clutch for the 075AV's used in milling. The bookmark is a dead link now. Anybody ever heard of this? I may be going overboard with this as I never cut anything more grand than 14-15" of wood and it's almost always Eastern White Pine.  But, from time to time the chain stops and the motor is still turning and it gives me anxiety.

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