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Re: Opinion, not question

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11-16-2012 07:53:19

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A few are close to "one of a kind." My Makita/Dolmar came with a 18" bar that takes full size 3/8" chain, .050" gauge with 66 drive links. That link count is a real oddity. No other bar on any other saw uses it that I know of. No big deal. I can just buy cheap 70 link chains for Stihl saws and shorten them. I've got a rivet-spinner here.

Never heard of such a problem with plastic Husqvarna Ranchers. Generic .325" chain pitch, tang thickness of .050" or .058" and 78 drive links what many call a 20" bar (that actually cuts 18"-19").

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11-16-2012 13:40:33

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 Re: Opinion, not question in reply to LJD, 11-16-2012 07:53:19  
You are correct! When one considers all the types of chain and bar lengths that there are some uncommon combinations. My point was/is that NO saw chain is one off for some certain model saw, however the drive link count may be specific to a given model. Our differances being you are talking about loops and I am talking about the chain types. Anyway we are talking the same thing. Guess what? My 1987 Dolmar 112 with 16" bar uses a 3/8 050 chain with 66 drivers Haha!

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11-16-2012 14:18:23

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 Re: Opinion, not question in reply to Butch(OH), 11-16-2012 13:40:33  
That's funny - but it IS the same make. Just a different model. Makita owns Dolmar. They call it a 16" bar on your saw and an 18" bar on my Makita DCS510. Both with 66 drivers and full profile 3/8" chain.

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