The odd Partners...

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The odd Partners...

Post by Magnus » Sep 11th, '09, 07:48

I have found thru the years I collected now (not so many actually) that these three models are pretty elusive..
Partner TS, X-21 and P15.

Partner TS is a yellow, white and black Husqvarna 70 saw.

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The X-21 is a geardrive Partner R11.

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The P15 I have very little info on, but a friend of mine found a cover for it!
It is a planetary gear in the bar cover for a R12.

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Post by Wayne Sutton » Sep 11th, '09, 15:12

That P-15 is a nice piece. I had only seen the Homelite planatary systems which are similar. Now to get the perfect saw to display that little jewel on....Good Luck!
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Post by Sven Johnson » Sep 11th, '09, 15:17

Actually all three would be nice on my shelf.
Am I being a little greedy??
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Re: The odd Partners...

Post by Magnus » Sep 11th, '09, 16:23

The hunt begins!

I really wish to have one of these!

Sven...
It is a natural honest feeling. How could that be wrong?

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Re: The odd Partners...

Post by Modifiedmark » Jun 2nd, '17, 14:52

Magnus, I just stumbled across this posting.

Was there ever any more info found on the P15? Seem's the planetary drives never took off too good no matter who manufactured them.

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Post by Magnus » Jun 2nd, '17, 15:23

No, I haven't found any more info or anyone that could have.

I have no doubt there will be more at some point, there has to be someone that know something..
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Post by PIONEER SAWS » Jun 3rd, '17, 02:09

Magnus wrote:No, I haven't found any more info or anyone that could have.

I have no doubt there will be more at some point, there has to be someone that know something..
This is all i have ever found documenting the P15.
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Post by Modifiedmark » Jun 3rd, '17, 03:15

Nice to see that.

No matter, I want one!

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Post by pete » Jun 3rd, '17, 07:11

Nice to see something in writing regarding this saw thanks
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Post by Magnus » Jun 3rd, '17, 07:35

There is IPL. I have a bad scan of it I found ln internet.
Haven't seen it mentioned in any sales brochure here so this waz great to see.
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Post by totte » Jun 3rd, '17, 21:31

Positive proof that it actually existed! :thumbs:
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Post by Magnus » Jun 3rd, '17, 21:47

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Re: The odd Partners...

Post by PIONEER SAWS » Jun 9th, '17, 00:40

Below is a service manual that lists the P15 and X21, it was sent to me by my friend Ray Benson.

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Post by Magnus » Jun 9th, '17, 06:36

Wonderful to see!
Now I know for sure I miss a part between gear cover and case. That will not be easy to find..
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