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Re: Picco rim sprockets
« Reply #30 on: January 05, 2017, 03:08:38 pm »
6K products = Danzco

 The sizes listed below are for .375 Picco pitch chain. If you need a special sprocket size please call us at 360-264-2141.

The larger tooth count sprockets may not work on a stock chain saw. We will not be responsible for the sprocket not performing well or problems with chain life or safety. You are assuming all risks when using them.

Part No.    Bore    Tooth Count    Description    OD
DS0241    Large Oregon 7 Spline    7    7T375PSB    1.46
DS0250    Large Oregon 7 Spline    8    8T375PSB    1.61
DS0246    Large Oregon 7 Spline    9    9T375PSB    1.94
DS0247    Large Oregon 7 Spline    10    10T375PSB    2.09
DS0255    Large Oregon 7 Spline    12    12T375PSB    2.61
DS0252    Small Oregon 7 Spline    7    7T375PSS    1.46
DS0249    Small Oregon 7 Spline    8    8T375PSS    1.61
DS0244    Small Oregon 7 Spline    9    9T375PSS    1.94
DS0245    Small Oregon 7 Spline    10    10T375PSS    2.09
DS0254    Small Oregon 7 Spline    12    12T375PSS    2.61
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Re: Picco rim sprockets
« Reply #31 on: January 05, 2017, 04:55:11 pm »
Good find Kevin! About time Danzco got on the bandwagon with the .375 LoPro rim sprockets. Probably all the interest in the Stihl PS chisel chain that fueled it.

No 6 pin unfortunately  but a 7 pin in small 7 spline would be a big seller for the small Husqvarna's.
Chainsaw millers can run the large 7 spline 7, 8, 9 pin rims .

10, 12 pin Picco rims? Modified saws cutting 6"x6" pine with a square filed PS chain? ;D
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Re: Picco rim sprockets
« Reply #32 on: January 05, 2017, 06:34:43 pm »
Probably all the interest in the Stihl PS chisel chain that fueled it. . . . No 6 pin unfortunately  . . .

I once asked an Oregon rep about 3/8 low pro rim sprockets - he said that they were just too small.  Clearly, someone has figured how to make them, along with 1/4" pitch that I have seen on other threads. 

Nice that they fit the more common Oregon rims.

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Re: Picco rim sprockets
« Reply #33 on: January 05, 2017, 06:38:45 pm »
Looks like Danzco has changed their name:

http://www.6kproducts.com/chain_saw_sprocket.html

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Re: Picco rim sprockets
« Reply #35 on: January 20, 2017, 05:48:33 pm »
The last few weeks i have been working in the forest with husky/stihl 50cc saws + MS200  3/8LP chains. Stihl 63PM  is the most used, the other two chains are 63PS  , oregon vxl. Stihl 63PM is more robust and "hevier" compared to oregon vxl, that's why I like it. During the 6-8 hour day i sharpen lightly 2-3 times.

Anyway, time will tell how long this drum/rim will last.  ( tools that i used, proxxon , sanding drum, diamond coated burr + one cold beer )


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Left .325 oregon 95 , Right 63PM 3/8LP  comparison.

 
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Re: Picco rim sprockets
« Reply #36 on: January 21, 2017, 01:21:59 pm »
Great job making that Picco rim fit the small spline drum.
Yes NK. 325 works great on a 50 cc saw, but a 63PS or PM works even better  8)
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Re: Picco rim sprockets
« Reply #37 on: January 21, 2017, 01:46:44 pm »
Anyway, time will tell how long this drum/rim will last.  ( tools that i used, proxxon , sanding drum, diamond coated burr + one cold beer )

Nice sprocket mod!

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Re: Picco rim sprockets
« Reply #38 on: January 21, 2017, 04:32:37 pm »
Would be a great little business venture. Picco rims for small mount Husqvarna's.  ;)
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Re: Picco rim sprockets
« Reply #39 on: January 24, 2017, 10:01:32 am »
Would be a great little business venture. Picco rims for small mount Husqvarna's.  ;)

I already have them, they are expensive though.

takes 1 carbide endmill per rim

turning down 404 rims isnt much easier.
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