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Re: How to identify Oregon chain
« on: November 15, 2013, 12:15:05 am »
I had a far away friend with a Poulan just like his Sears. Some one gave it to him because the chain jumps off. Over the phone, it was difficult to ferret out of him what the chain and bar was on his saws.

Inside you know that one or the other is wrong but you don't know about his sprocket on the saw?

I didn't get too far with him other than identifying exactly each chain and bar that was on his saws. He was mechanically inclined.

He didn't do well at the hardware store. I sent him to Bailey's on the Internet. He seemed happy there and got the Poulan going with a new bar and chain for his model Poulan and enjoys it.
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