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Offline Cut4fun .

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Ship to:
Jasha Reynolds
6217 Scott River Rd.
Fort Jones, CA 96032

Price:
Introductory rate of $7.50 per loop

Shipping:
USPS Priority flat rate boxes $5.80 for 315 drive links or less, $11.60 for 630dl or less, and $12.75ish for more. Special shipments will be price determined.

Oregon and Stihl loops available, 325 3/8 .063 full skip chisel in Stihl and Oregon and 325 3/8 .50 in Oregon.

Payments made to me via check or PayPal @ reynolds74@sisqtel.net

When sending chain please include your name, address, user name and type of wood, soft or hard, I'll using two different angles on two different machines. I will ship back with custom order form.

Service will include rakers set and cutters square ground. No picco chain, safety chain - professional chain only.

For you Tim
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My surgery was postponed until the 22nd. If anyone wants to send any chain off.

Jasha Reynolds
6217 Scott River Rd
Fort Jones, CA 96032

$7.50 per loop plus return shipping to be determined on amount of chains.

Thank you fellas.

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Jasha what is the difference in your hardwood and softwood grinds. Raker height only?
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Top plate angles, I keep the rakers the same on both. Once I get some feedback from users I cam make any needed adjustments for the hardwood.

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Top plate angles, I keep the rakers the same on both. Once I get some feedback from users I cam make any needed adjustments for the hardwood.

You'll probably want to set the rakers a little less aggressive for hardwood.  A bit too deep and they'll practically jump out dried oak.

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I was thinking about that, but the takers on both angles are very conservative. I figured it would be better for the owner to make adjustments rather than fight the chains.

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I was thinking about that, but the takers on both angles are very conservative. I figured it would be better for the owner to make adjustments rather than fight the chains.

Ideas what you send them out at? Raker height.
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I don't have a number, since I've always done mine by feel and eye ball. I do reference A gauge on a File-O-Plate, but for others I have raised them up a hair after referencing.
Do you hardwood fellas have a magic number?

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I'm conservative for me and other guys I do at around 25 for hardwood, sometimes 28-30 when chain is getting closer to end
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Depends on the saw too. I go closer to .030" for the most part.

 

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