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Re: How to identify Oregon chain
« on: December 02, 2013, 09:16:13 pm »
Here's another example:  I am trying a new, cordless pole saw.  It uses Oregon 90SG chain (3/8 low profile, narrow kerf, .043 gauge chain, 34 drive links for the 8 inch guide bar).  This is sold as 'R' chain in hardware stores and home centers. 

The local Menards stocks R56 chain at a fairly cheap price (especially when on sale).  So, as long as I have the right pre-sets, I know that I can get chain locally, if needed, and spin up the right sized loops (actually, buy 2, get 3 in this example!).

Philbert

 

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