MK-3000 Series Propane Saws
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MK-3026VP Propane Saw

The MK-3000 series Concrete Saws are big performance saws in small packages. They have been engineered to take advantage of the new breed of high horsepower V-Twin air-cooled engines from Briggs and Stratton. They provide the cutting depth and power of traditional street saws with all the advantages of a smaller, more maneuverable saw. The saws are fully self-propelled and use an electric leadscrew to raise and lower the blade. One-year limited warranty.

The Briggs & Stratton Vanguard 33Hp, air cooled, v-twin horizontal shaft engine is the industry proven standard for Big Block engine power, performance and reliability. Features include Dura-Bore cast iron cylinder sleeves and a high efficiency OHV head design for improved efficiency, smoother idle, lower emissions and more power. Magnetron electronic ignition provides dependable starts with no required maintenance.

MK-4000 Instrumentation
MK-4000 Instrumentation
Depth of cut indicator
Ergonomic forward/netural/reverse traverse control for ease of operation.
Removable rear panel
8 gallon propane tank and lifting bale
Designed for left or right side mounting of blade and blade guard
Blade guard has garden hose style connector for quick disconnecting
Eaton model 7 hydrostatic transmission coupled to an MK differentiating trans-axle
Wide front wheel base increases stability and allows ramp loading/ unloading
Designed for left or right side mounting of blade and blade guard.
  • Totally enclosed and sealed blade shaft with continuous oil bath lubrication system
  • Bayonet mount blade guard
  • Three position adjustable solid steel handlebars
  • Blade guard uses "ride on the blade" water tubes for superior water delivery and blade cooling
  • Dual arbor design for left or right side mounting of blade and blade guard
  • Rigid frame front pointer with high visibility guide wheel for accurate tracking
  • Instrumentation includes engine tach, fuel level and hour meter
  • Ergonomic FNR traverse control for ease of operation
  • Depth of cut indicator positioned for easy access
  • Blade guard has garden hose style connector for quick disconnecting
  • Removable rear panel for easy service
  • 7 3VX belts from engine to blade shaft
  • Electric leadscrew for positive adjustment of cutting depth
  • Wide front wheel base increases stability and allows ramp loading/unloading
  • Easy access emergency stop control
  • Water control valve allows operator to adjust rate of water flow to blade guard
  • Venier throttle control for fast or fine adjustments
  • Meets EPA exhaust and emission standards
  • Eaton model 7 hydrostatic transmission coupled to a MK trans-axle
  • Built-in lifting bail for easy maneuverability
  • Travel speed 0-200 FPM forward, 0-100 FPM reverse
  • Neutral start switch to prevent starting with transmission in gear
  • Transmission can be disengaged from axle to allow saw to be pushed manually
  • Front-pivot
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Made in U.S.A.
MK-3000 - Vanguard Engine
Model Blade Guard Depth
of Cut
Part #
MK-3020VP 20" 7-1/2" 2,580 166447-20P
MK-3026VP 26" 10-1/2" 2,030 166447-26P
MK-3030VP 30" 12-1/2" 1,680 166447-30P
General Specifications
Blade RPM 1,900
Depth of Cut - 20" Blade 7-1/2"
Depth of Cut - 26" Blade 10-1/2"
Depth of Cut - 30" Blade 12-1/2"
Arbor 1" with 3/8" Drive Pin
Fuel Capacity 6 gal
Travel Speed 0-200 FPM forward
0-100 FPM reverse
Starting System Electric
L x W x H 50" x 30-1/2" x 44"
L x W x H (mm) 1,270 x 775 x 1,118
Handle Extension 22" (599mm)
Weight 732 lbs.
Blade not included with saw.
Engine Specifications
Manufacturer Vanguard
Engine Vanguard V-Twin
Big Block OHV 33
Max Horse Power* 33 Hp
Displacement 60.6 cu in
Bore 3.366"
Stroke 3.406"
Cylinders / Cycle 2 Cylinders 4 Cycle
Fuel Capacity 8 gallons
Oil Capacity 2.5 Qt.
Air Filter Three Stage
Starter Electric
Engine Cooling Air

Engine power ratings are calculated by the individual engine manufacturer and the rating method may vary among engine manufacturers. MK Diamond Products makes no claim, representation or warranty as to the power rating of the engine on this equipment and disclaims any responsibility or liability of any kind whatsoever with respect to the accuracy or the engine power rating. Users are advised to consult the engine manufacturer's owners manual and website for specific information regarding the engine power rating.
Recommended Blades