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Oregon battery powered chainsaw chain replacement

battery powered chainsaw chain replacement

Our Oregon battery powered chainsaw needed a new chain today.

The sharpening stone still had about 1/4 of its surface area left, but one close look at the teeth will tell you why it stopped cutting.

I like to flip the bar upside down when a new chain goes on to even out the wear on the little bar sprockets.

We are very happy with how much cutting we got done on the first chain.

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We purchased one of these in march after seeing your results. We are amazed has simple it is to start. This saw is perfect for us 60 something boomers. Thanks for your reviews on this. Rose

Comment by roseanell Thu May 21 16:53:22 2015

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime