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Offline HolmenTree

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Re: Chain breaker and spinner
« on: October 24, 2013, 07:43:20 pm »
Is the woodlandpro chainbreaker and spinner combination the best for occasional use.
I see that Bailey's has it on sale for $100
I figure if I make or repair 30 chains over the next few years, it is worth the investment.
They also have the the male presets for .63 and female straps for .41  (3/8" x .050)
are these pretty good prices?

I could take my chains to my local Stihl dealer for repair or to make loops, but they can take 2 weeks to get them back to me.
I have owned a Stihl bench mount breaker for over 20 yrs now and still works great, and just bought my first bench spinner last spring from Baileys and it's the red Woodland Pro model your looking at. It is top quality no doubt and will last me a lifetime.
When I don't have new presets from my rolls I just reuse my presets as long as their pressed out straight with no bends, just have to use a ball peen hammer to rivet them..
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