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Re: Powerhead stand vise chainsaw or cylinder etc
« Reply #20 on: September 17, 2015, 08:40:01 am »
I got a wilton power arm junior and an OEM Stihl clamping plate as a stihl template. I was trying to get it modified to accept all the other bar stud sizes and spacings from other brands as well as all the tensioning assemblies without having to remove them. 
Also the machinist was going to make it  a single piece to bolt on to the Wilton.
cutting with a cnc to accomadate all the variations left too little metal to support really cranking on a heavy saw with a cheater bar, etc.
I am just going to use it myself with a spacer to make it a little longer without any of the additional milling.
Dave
cost me a little less than 300 and I like it better than the totally stihl version at more than twice that
seeking new in box 046, standard or arctic model



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