|Chain pitch||Round file diameter|
In respect to this, how do I know what chainsaw file to use?
When looking for topnotch chainsaw files, the chainsaw file size chart is your best friend. Always refer to the values on the table so that you know which files to buy. For example, if you have a chain with an ID number of 95, a 4.8 mm round file would be the most compatible option.
Considering this, what do Oregon chain numbers mean?
Chain Pitch is the size of the chain, and is defined as the distance between any three consecutive rivets divided by two. OREGON® chain is made in several pitches – 1/4″ is the smallest, 3/8″ is the most popular, 3/4” is the largest.
What does 3/8 LP mean on a chainsaw chain?
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. The second is the gauge, or the thickness of the drive lugs.
If you decide to measure the pitch yourself, just remember to measure between the middle points of 3 rivets on the chain, and then divide the number by 2. So, for a 3/8″ pitch chain, the measurement between three links would be 3/4″ (. 75″), which is 3/8″ (. 375″) when divided by 2.
The . 325 may be smaller and faster, but it may not be your best bet for your everyday needs. The three-eighths-inch chain is durable and lasts longer than its smaller cousin. This makes it one of the more popular switches for chainsaw users who want to get more out of their saw.
|Product Dimensions||5.85 x 10.55 x 6.6 inches|
|Item model number||70503|
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