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Re: How to identify Oregon chain
« on: November 14, 2013, 11:10:36 pm »
For the kinds of chains I use . . . They don't have them at the hardware store, TSC, or Home Depot! Not even when I was using a 3214 Mac - for all they have is safety chain.

And instead of saying 3/8 low profile .050" 56DL, it has a code number like S56 and you have to look at the chain carefully to see what it actually is?
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