WRIGHT 100

Hard to find info on as it isn't a true "chainsaw". Built by Poulan of Wrights design. Basically carries a lot of the big body Wright reciprocating saw design in a compact form. These were badged under several different names: (Poulan 100, Allis Chalmers 85, Wright 100 and Dayton 2Z464). Wouldn't surprise me if another one was to pop up badged under a different name either. As for how they cut, slow and smooth. With the way the blade cuts and it being of a mid CC range (59cc's) I can see it being used for butchering, timber framers and log cabin builders as it would make a cleaner cut for exposed timbers and live edge logs.

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Vintage Wright 100 reciprocating saw (not a true chainsaw).

Built by Poulan and also badged under these brands: Poulan 100, Allis Chalmers 85, Dayton 2Z464

Vintage chainsaws

 

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