Question about an old Stanley No 100
#21
  Re: Question about an old Stanley No 100 by Bob10 (I came across this o...)
We are really trying to help, Bob. Pay no attention to the attempts at humor. I think some of the initial confusion is what you meant by "orange parts". I tried to identify all of them as best as I could. They are all pieces of the tool and seem to be in good shape. Perhaps a little more info on your question would elicit a more specific response. Can you provide a better picture?
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#22
  Re: Question about an old Stanley No 100 by Bob10 (I came across this o...)
The instruction manual for the #100 can be found here:

http://tooltrip.com/tooltrip9/stanley/st.../miter.pdf

Figure 6 shows the clamp extension fixtures in use.
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No Evaporust was used on these tools.
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#23
  Re: Question about an old Stanley No 100 by Bob10 (I came across this o...)
Another version of the manual"

http://tooltrip.com/tooltrip9/stanley/st...rsh-sw.pdf
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No Evaporust was used on these tools.
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#24
  Re: Question about an old Stanley No 100 by Bob10 (I came across this o...)
Thanks that is the info I was looking for.  I have never seen those parts before.  The other 100s I have and seen didn't have them.  Then again this one predates the rest too.  Stanley-Marsh is what I believe the first Stanley produced units were labeled.
No, just that he can't seem to get enough weiner

You got something on your nose there, Peter.....

CharlieD saidConfusedtop trying to impose your will on others. 6/24/16
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#25
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(05-09-2017, 09:00 AM)Admiral Wrote: The orange piece in front of the clamp is a clamp extension to hold narrow pieces, as the clamp only goes so far to hold 4" wide pieces, which is the maximum width for this machine.  Sold as a picture framer's tool.
I have not seen those before Admiral, thanks for the info.
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#26
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(05-09-2017, 11:06 AM)®smpr_fi_mac® Wrote: Seems to me that he's trying to learn something new.  Post count doesn't equate knowledge.

*To* be critical:  You're being a jerk.

The post count is correct what you say and even tho I have over 12,000 I am still a beginner, but Brad you are being more brash then the poster.  Calm down
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#27
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so the saw is hiding the other clamp?
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#28
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yes it is.  Everything besides the little orange pieces is as it should be.  This one is going to stay here I have to find a place for my old one to live.
No, just that he can't seem to get enough weiner

You got something on your nose there, Peter.....

CharlieD saidConfusedtop trying to impose your will on others. 6/24/16
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#29
  Re: Question about an old Stanley No 100 by Bob10 (I came across this o...)
Here are better pics and that of another for comparison








No, just that he can't seem to get enough weiner

You got something on your nose there, Peter.....

CharlieD saidConfusedtop trying to impose your will on others. 6/24/16
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#30
  Re: Question about an old Stanley No 100 by Bob10 (I came across this o...)
And you are missing the rule and rule gauge which most of us are missing from our 100 miter machines
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