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Offline jmester

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Re: Full House race chain
« Reply #20 on: March 13, 2018, 09:21:34 pm »
Be interesting to hear and back to back comparison of full house to full comp stock for stock buried.

I will see if he will do a video of a full comp chain and full house. It may take a month or so as it takes about 2 weeks to get to him. Plus I have to send it to Nate. For some stuff that nate has for him. Plus it saves on shipping.
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Re: Full House race chain
« Reply #21 on: March 16, 2018, 12:08:04 am »
Bamboo cutting chain. Available in Japan?
Interesting to see.  We often assume that everything that companies make is shown / available in their catalogs.  I once found some STIHL scratcher chain that they were still making for some industrial uses, but they did not want to talk about it.

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Re: Full House chain
« Reply #22 on: February 14, 2020, 12:12:57 pm »
Looking into info why the sandvik full house chain would have been sold in US etc.

Only full house chain I have seen is homemade put together or the newer chains sold to bamboo cutters overseas.

Show the newer in pic to give you idea of full house and then the roll of full house sandvik.

Found my why.  Cutting soft metals


Dug up some old info from Willard Holmen = The "full house" chain has been sold commercially for a long long time. Windsor introduced the "Timber King" Full House in or around 1970 in semi chisel 3/8", it was called 50,58,63 AF it was designed for industrial soft metal cutting.
My old friend Walt Galer who was Windsor's technical services manager gave me a couple of loops of it when I field tested his product back in the 1980s.
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