What size chain is on my saw?

What size chain is on my saw?

To get the correct size, simply count 3 rivets on the chain and measure the distance between them from the centre points. Now divide this by half to get your size. As an example, three rivets that measure ½ an inch across divided by two gives you a pitch of a ¼ inch.

What size chain does a pole saw use?

Most saws use 0.325″, 3/8″, or 0.404″ pitch, with 1/4″ less common. Most consumer saws use a type of 3/8″ chain called “low profile”. We call it Picco. A few older saws use 1/2″ pitch chain.

What does 73 mean on a chainsaw chain?

73 = 3/8 pitch .058 gauge or 1.5mm. 75 = 3/8 pitch .063 gauge or 1.6mm. 76 = 3/8 pitch .050 gauge or 1.3mm.

Will a Oregon chain fit a Stihl bar?

Oregon R55 AdvanceCut Chainsaw Chain for 16-Inch Bar -55 Drive Links – low-kickback chain fits several Stihl models. This 14″, 3/8″ pitch chain fits several Stihl saws including 017, 019, MS 170, 018 and MS 191T. See back of package image for a complete list of saws that this chain fits.

What does 25 mean on chainsaw?

1/4 mini-pitch
25 = 1/4 mini-pitch .050 gauge. 26 = .404 pitch .058 gauge or 1.5mm. 27= .404 pitch .063 gauge or 1.6mm. 28 = .404 pitch .050 gauge or 1.3mm.

Are Oregon chainsaw chains any good?

Despite its lower price tag, it offers precision cutting due to its heat-treated and hard-chromed surface. Since Oregon is quite a popular brand, this semi-chisel chain for chainsaws is engineered for safety along with high performance and sharpness. Best Features: ⅜ inch chain pitch.

Does Oregon offer multiple saw chain options for chainsaws?

In many cases, Oregon offers multiple saw chain options for chainsaws. Here is information to help you determine the right saw chain fit-up for your chainsaw and the different chain types to meet the needs of different chainsaw users.

What is the gauge of saw chain in Oregon?

Oregon has several gauges of saw chain: .043″, .050″, .058″, and .063″. Normal wear can make it difficult to accurately measure chain gauge on a worn chain.

What is the best pitch for an Oregon chain?

Oregon chain is made in several pitches – 1/4″ is the smallest, 3/8″ is the most popular, and 3/4” is the largest. Pitch is important because the drive sprocket must be the same pitch as the chain, and if applicable, the bar nose sprocket.

How to identify a saw chain?

To identify saw chain you need to know the following: Chain Gauge is the Drive Link’s thickness where it fits into the guide bar groove, matching the guide bar gauge. The gauge of the chain and the gauge of the bar must match.

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