Homelite 1130 G Super
This 19.5lb saw came from southern IN, from a part time farmer who asked for the biggest saw, LOL. Well not as big as the 2000-2100 or 3100G of that period but he did get one beast of a torque monster. It was primarily used as a large bucking saw for firewood and wind row clean up.
This is the later of the 100cc gear drive models of Homelite 1100-1130 series saws. In a nut shell this was the last produced in 1972 with the first 1100 series being made in 1965. Built as the rest of the reed port saws of the period, it is fairly straight forward mechanically.
All in all a fun saw to run and when completely gone through to A1 mechanical shape can be a shelved back up for those big logs that we occasionally come across. With most standard (seals, carb kits, pistons, rings, etc) parts out there, it is not that difficult to keep these old 100cc gear drives alive.
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Gear Driven 100cc's Side View
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Gear Driven 100cc's Side View 2
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Gear Driven 100cc's Recoil Side View
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Gear Driven 100cc's Top Carb View
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Gear Driven 100cc's Top View
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Gear Driven 100cc's Back View
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Gear Driven 100cc's Front View
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Gear Driven 100cc's Up Close Front View
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Gear Driven 100cc's Close Up of Carb
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Gear Driven 100cc's Close Up of Label