What is the most aggressive chainsaw chain?

What is the most aggressive chainsaw chain?

404″ chainsaw pitch
404″ chainsaw pitch is the most aggressive chainsaw chain pitch for professional arborists.

How do I know if my chainsaw is bad?

When to Replace a Chainsaw Chain

  1. Teeth are broken or worn unevenly.
  2. Issues with Chain Tension.
  3. Smoke is present when cutting.
  4. Sawdust, rather than coarse chips are left behind.
  5. Chainsaw feels unbalanced, cuts unevenly, or rattles when in use.

Why does my chainsaw bar smoke?

This most commonly is a result of a dull chain and exerting to much pressure on the bar and chain trying to make the chain saw cut. This could also be either a lack of bar and chain oil ( tank empty, restricted oiler hole ) or an inferior type of oil that is being slung off the chain and not lubricating.

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Is it safe to cut with the tip of a chainsaw?

Cutting from the underside of a branch requires you to cut with the top of the bar. This is a little unnerving at first because the saw pushes toward you. But it’s safe as long as you’re well braced and follow all other precautions.

What are metal bucking spikes on a chainsaw?

A bumper spike is used to rest the chain saw on wood as you are cutting to prevent kick- back, especially when performing a buck cut. An anti-kickback chain reduces the forces on the chain that cause kickback. A tip guard at the end of the chainsaw bar helps prevent kickback.

Does a ripping chain cut faster?

Ripping chains are slower as the finer cut and surface takes more time than regular cutting.

What is the fastest cutting chainsaw?

The fastest type of chainsaw chain is the square, full-chisel chain made by Oregon. The Oregon Power Cut™ saw chains are low vibration, full chisel cutters. These chains fit bar lengths of 16 inches up to 36 inches.

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Why is my chainsaw bar smoking?