Purchased this item recently and believe I got about everything that was supposed to be with it originally, plus some extra. One item I am short is the operators manual. I tried using the manual for a later model but it has different features for adjusting the feed system. If anyone would happen to have a manual for this filer I would be gland to compensate them for a copy of the pages that show the feed system adjustment.
On another note, I also received 5 additional bars that I believe may go to a machine that cuts new teeth in a hand saw. Each bar is 1/4" X 5/8" X 38 1/4" long. They all have flat topped teeth on the one edge of the bar of different sizes. On top of each bar near the end is a number: 7-4; 8-4 1/4:9-5; 10 - 5 1/2; 11-6. I have no idea what these numbers mean but I bet one of you guys would know. I don't think I have any use for them so if you know what they are for and have a use for them, they could be bought at a reasonable price.
Yes, the 387 is close but that only counts in horse shoes and hand grenades. That manual talks about two adjusting knobs that are not present on the model 200. Also, there is a block that pivots on the top of file arm and activates the feed finger on the model 200 that is not show in the 387 manual. I got everything else OK but the feed length adjustment. Thank for your input Ryan Mooney.
The saw filer blog did have some feeder instructions that had photos of the Model 200 feed system. I think with that I may be able to get it to work right. On a correction note, I have stated my 1055 is a Foley-Belsaw. that is incorrect as the machine is a Belsaw Model 10550, which is prior to the merger of Foley and Belsaw. Makes my old iron a few years older.
Just posted some photos for the iron. Also, I have a copy of the original manual for the Saw Filer located. Now to get it bought !