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    Default Partner K-750

    Does anyone know the gasil ratio for the K-750. Its the smaller version of the K-12 saw. We got a used one in great condition but no instructions. Thanks for all your help.


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    Your answer should be here.

    http://www.partner-industrial.com/fi...ts/OM_K750.pdf

    I'd print a copy out and bring it down to the station.
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    If it's one of the newer versions, I believe it's 50:1, but you better back that up with a phone call to Partner.

    Oh, and get a WARTHOG blade for that thing. You'll never use any other blade again!
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    Thank for all the help. This is why i enjoy this site so much there always someone willing to help. Oh and yes the warthog is on order as we speak.

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    Probably too small to run a Warthog, I think you need the 95 cc engine.

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    Other companies make a blade that has the same design as the Warthog but does not have the thick kerf, and works just as well. We have both and can't complain about either.

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    Halligan, I do believe you are correct......remembering back now to when we had Parner saws (the powers that be got rid of them and went to Stihl circ saws, but thats another story grumble grumble bitch bitch) we had a K750 and a K950A.......The Warthog would only run on the K950A.........
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    What makes the warthog only work on the K-950 is it becuase it's 6hp instead of the K-750's 5hp?

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    The warthog is a pretty heavy blade and also has a much wider kerf. The 12T chopper is similar but of normal width. I know we had problems for years trying to cut roofs with a K650 and I also just read recently that the Stihls which are generally smaller are only to be used with abrasive disc blades. I think the disclaimer on the Warthog says 95cc or better engines only.

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