Here is a 7-19 that I restored it. I used a
powder coat on the red and a base coat clear coat on the green.
This was my second saw I restored and I did not have the exact match for the
green yet so it is off a little.
- I also did not zinc plate the screws or put the decals under a clear coat
to protect from gas spill, but it does not
- leak any gas so if you are careful they will be fine. I did completely
rebuild it and replace any worn parts.
- I put a new sprocket and 7/16 pitch chipper chain on it, new piston, rings
and cylinder, new seals gaskets, fuel line,
- new carburetor, new petcock, new starter, new muffler and have only cut
down and cut up one tree with it.
- The handle bar has been polished and clear coated with a tough powder coat
to protect it. It has a little of
- starting instructions decal rubbed off from when I used it. It runs and
starts good as you can see from the movie.
- 7-19 stands for 7 hp-19 lbs. if you think about it that is not that heavy
for the power even compared to modern saws
- so this can be used for everyday cutting. It has a 20 inch hard nose bar
and is ready to put to work or show off to your friends.
- The Homelite 7-19 was made in 1957 and is all metal.
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