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There are for types of circular saws available. 1. Worm Drive - The motor is in line with the blade, delivering enough torque to carve up wet lumber or saw through concrete, which makes a worm drive ideal for framing or major renovation jobs. With the handle farther back, a user can better resist kickback and steer the 16-pound saw through long rips. 2. Sidewinder - The motor sits alongside the blade, making for a lighter (11 pounds or less) saw, which is more maneuverable over a long day than a worm drive. 3. Small Sidewinder - Weight, balance, and handle size are all key features to consider when choosing a saw that fits you. For a slight-bodied person, a small model may be more appropriate than a full-size sidewinder. 4. Cordless - Battery-driven models have increased in size as their power packs have gained voltage, making them convenient tools out in the field or when the electricity's not on. However, cordless models still have limited run times and generate less torque than corded saws. 5. Trim Saw - For finish work or paneling, this is your best choice. blades range from 3½ to 412 inches.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
their owners manual doesn't give an exact quantity however they say to unplug the tool first then remove the fill plug and the lower plug and the oil should run out past the first thread. they recommend using their oil 80111 8 oz. tube however any good worm drive lubricant will work, Don't use anything like gear lube because the worm drive lube has an additive for anto foaming. Let me know if you need more assistance
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
Well, here is the link for the breakdown of your peticular saw
As far as the manual, the closest you will get without finding one at a garage sale is the 368-1 Type 1. When Porter-Cable absorbed Rockwell's tool line, they kept this saw and threw a -1 on the end. Some parts are different, but the operation is the same, thus, the manual should provide any information you may need, but I'm sure that you would just like to have it, and probably don't need it. Here is the link for that. Just click on the Instruction PDF Icon.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
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