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Re: 325 Rd 3 Chain build off
« Reply #10 on: January 13, 2016, 01:07:22 pm »
I want to test some 325 for chits anyways for myself. 

I like stihl 325 RS. But I have this older not made for awhile oregon 325 LG too (no bumpers ) like the oregon 325 replacement that replaced it. Cutter smaller then stihls.  I been making and using myself and putting on friends 353. He loves the stuff for firewood.
Traded some off to Jack for his uses too.

Whatever replaced it was advertised back when it came out to being 15%to20% faster in the cut. What was it oregon 20LPX?

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Re: 325 Rd 3 Chain build off
« Reply #11 on: January 13, 2016, 01:11:27 pm »
OMG, that was awesome. How much r cants? Ill send some money soon.
Can't right now someone stole my numbers on my card and wife's. So I have to get new account numbers and all that mess.
Not to say anything but I called 3rd.
Reason I don't do square, cause if your not really really really good, its slow as chit, a medium round will b faster then a decent square , just a opinion. Not trying to ruffle feathers.

Were good on $$ for last cant purchase. Thanks for the offer. 

Maybe if we need more, bigger or different wood types down the road.

Lets see how it plays out.  Right now March no go for me.
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Re: 325 Rd 3 Chain build off
« Reply #12 on: January 13, 2016, 01:12:14 pm »
Or round filed race?

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Re: 325 Rd 3 Chain build off
« Reply #13 on: January 13, 2016, 01:13:14 pm »
I can do a .325.

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Re: 325 Rd 3 Chain build off
« Reply #14 on: January 13, 2016, 01:22:03 pm »
Awesome. .325 I like it to on 50cc plus saws. It came stock on my 450 echo. The lp is faster on that saw.
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Re: 325 Rd 3 Chain build off
« Reply #15 on: January 13, 2016, 01:31:53 pm »


I want to test some 325 for chits anyways for myself. 

I like stihl 325 RS. But I have this older not made for awhile oregon 325 LG too (no bumpers ) like the oregon 325 replacement that replaced it. Cutter smaller then stihls.  I been making and using myself and putting on friends 353. He loves the stuff for firewood.
Traded some off to Jack for his uses too.

Whatever replaced it was advertised back when it came out to being 15%to20% faster in the cut. What was it oregon 20LPX?


The only claims that I'm aware of on the 20lpx is less vibes. I like what I've ran of it.

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Re: 325 Rd 3 Chain build off
« Reply #16 on: January 13, 2016, 01:34:08 pm »


Cut. That was awesome.
And as for another race. I think .325 in a run what u brung class. No work or race, just put them in the wood let"em eat and let the times sort out the rest.
Cut. Can I please have a 3rd place badge. Please. Pretty please.  ;D

Im going to do ROUND my way next.


Hate to break it to you....  but you came in 5th.

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Re: 325 Rd 3 Chain build off
« Reply #17 on: January 13, 2016, 01:42:57 pm »
.325" would be different. I do have a bar that takes that dl I think.

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Re: 325 Rd 3 Chain build off
« Reply #18 on: January 13, 2016, 02:27:42 pm »


I want to test some 325 for chits anyways for myself. 

I like stihl 325 RS. But I have this older not made for awhile oregon 325 LG too (no bumpers ) like the oregon 325 replacement that replaced it. Cutter smaller then stihls.  I been making and using myself and putting on friends 353. He loves the stuff for firewood.
Traded some off to Jack for his uses too.

Whatever replaced it was advertised back when it came out to being 15%to20% faster in the cut. What was it oregon 20LPX?


The only claims that I'm aware of on the 20lpx is less vibes. I like what I've ran of it.

Found it in my old oregon 33LG thread here. 8% bucking, 18% boring   http://www.oregonproducts.com/pdf/chain/20lp_flyer.pdf

Super Oregon 20 Series
20LP, 21LP, 22LP
.325”-pitch pro chain
20LP makes fast bias cuts
• 6% faster than it’s
predecessor, 33LG
20LP makes faster bucking cuts
• 8% faster than 33LG
20LP makes the fastest boring cuts
• 18% faster than 33LG
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Re: 325 Rd 3 Chain build off
« Reply #19 on: January 13, 2016, 04:55:27 pm »
i will do .325. What power head. Mike if you need to borrow a bar let me know I may have what you need. Have .325/.050/66 small mount husky. .325/.050/67 12mm Stihl mount.
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