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Offline DefinitiveDave

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Re: New Oregon Grinders
« Reply #10 on: September 29, 2015, 09:04:03 pm »
I will start with the wheels I have, I may set up the second grinder for rakers. These chains are once used never sharpened and I want them to be nice enough to use on saws for sale.
It is probably easier to change the cutter wheel every once in a while to do the pico chains than to swap out the raker wheel all the time.  We go through a lot fewer pico chains as the climber likes to hand file and his saw never cuts on the ground.

any idea how many 3/8" .050 20" chains I might get out of one wheel?
stupid thing is I had three grinders but sold them :(
thanks for the pointers
Dave
seeking new in box 046, standard or arctic model



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