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Re: Electric chain saw

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06-10-2013 17:26:20

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I have one too - am told the fewer teeth are because the electric motor doesn't have enough power to run a conventional chain. My take is that it is rough running, tends to chatter a lot. OK for a little limbing but I sure wouldn't want to use one for serious wood cutting.

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06-10-2013 19:03:44

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 Re: Electric chain saw in reply to RayP(MI), 06-10-2013 17:26:20  
My electric is not a skip tooth, it's a regular oregon chain and bar, 62 tooth 18 inch bar. It may run at a slightly slower speed. Produces long wood chips, not saw dust. Stays sharper longer, as long as I don't put in the dirt. Chain stays cool and doesn't need adjusted. My 4 hp has all the power you want. I was helping a friend, who only had a 16 inch gasser. I could make more cuts than he could. He had to stop, gas up, tighten chain, and hit chain with file. The only time I stopped was to put oil in. It was funny to watch him start his saw. His wife stood on the saw while he pulled the rope. By the time the saw started, he was tired. I cut circles around him.

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