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Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener with 5/32" Carbide Cutter

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  • Fast. Sharpens each tooth in seconds.
  • Precise. Every tooth sharpened to the same length and angle.
  • Durrable. High quality machined aluminum.
  • Portable. Take everywhere and sharpen anytime.
  • Easy. Anyone can sharpen a chainsaw with professional results.
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Product Information

Size Name: 5/32"
Technical Details
Part Number TMB CARBIDE 316
Size5/32"
  
Additional Information
ASINB004JPLTAW
Best Sellers Rank #19,035 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJanuary 18, 2011
  
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Product Description

Size Name: 5/32"

Made of tungsten carbide. Designed specifically for the Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener (#TMB SHARPENER). 4 diameter sizes available to properly fit different sizes of chain. Chain pitch is usually listed on the saw bar. Each with 1/4" shaft. Interchangeable with tool. All sizes fit with the sharpener without changing any parts. Last a minimum of 40+ sharpenings. Sold individually.

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Customer Reviews

They literally cut through the hardwood like butter.
Luke J. Brennan
I truely can't say how good this product is but i am very happy with the quality of the product and being a machinist myself I really know how good it looks.
Nate
While it's not much faster than using a file it is much more consistent the the chain is like a laser!
C. Beard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By speedgeezer on April 16, 2012
Size Name: 5/32"
As it turns out, I purchased the Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener not from Amazon, but directly from the guys in Idaho Falls as I happened to be driving by. Well, no matter. This is, flat out, the absolutely best chainsaw sharpener available. It is extremely easy to use. It sets up on the chainsaw bar in less than thirty seconds (my very FIRST session of using it, from set up to completion, was no more than five or ten minutes). Once set up, it is rock solid. There is no "give" whatsoever in the way the sharpener frame and, therefore, the actual sharpening cutter index to the chain's teeth. In other words, this is exactly on the other end of the scale in precision from the Granberg gizmo. Furthermore, the carbide cutter's action is to sharpen against, or onto the tooth, as opposed to the traditional method of filing off the tooth, from back to front. Working onto the cutting edge reduces to almost nothing the wire edge that traditional filing produces. Yes, this device is a bit pricey, but it is worth it. The design, solidity, and quality of manufacture of this tool is almost enough to restore your faith in American ingenuity and manufacturing. I wish I could go on, but the tool won't permit it: it's solid, simple, and it works better than anything else. That's really all there is to it.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Luke J. Brennan on January 18, 2013
Size Name: 13/64" (EACH) Verified Purchase
My search is finally over. I have been cutting firewood to heat my house for 30 years, and have run the gamut of tools to sharpen my chains. I have bought files, electric sharpeners, all kinds of different guides, have used the bench mounted grinders, Dremel tools, watched videos and got instruction from professional tree guys. Nothing would get my chains to the brand new cutting shape that I wanted. Basically just gave up about 10 years ago and was taking my chains to a shop about 20 miles away when they needed sharpening. Not too bad when they charged $4 per chain, but now they are up to $8, plus the gas and time to drive them there, and the results seem to depend on who is running the machine that day. This Timberline tool is unbelievable. I read many review on this before buying, and noticed a lot of old timers claiming that they could do just as well with a file and their eyeballs, to which I say "baloney". The length of the teeth after filing is important, and you just cannot measure this with your eyeballs. The angle is critical too, and hand filing simply is not reproducible enough to maintain a perfect angle every time. The left and right teeth need to be the same, or your saw will not cut straight, clean cuts. The first day I got this tool I took two very dull and beat up chains on two different saws just to practice with it (a Stihl with 18" bar and a Husky with 20" bar) and sharpened them with the Timberline. It is EXTREMELY easy to use, and I immediately realized that I was correcting flaws in chains that were messed up by the grinder guys taking off too much here, not enough there, changing the angle of the teeth, etc.Read more ›
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By kk1559 on February 20, 2011
Size Name: 5/32"
This is definitely the most accurate but also easiest chainsaw sharpener I've used. It doesn't require taking off the chain, plus this sharpener is definitely worth its the money with the tungsten carbide bits that don't dull and are much more precise than any files I've used in the past. I feel like this sharpener gets the blade sharper than any shop I've ever taken it to, plus I can take it with me into the woods and get the blade sharp again in about 15 minutes. Another plus is that I bought a couple of different sizes of carbides I can interchange in the sharpener to use on different sizes of chainsaws. Would recommend to any chainsaw owner who can appreciate cutting with a sharp blade.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By speedgeezer on April 22, 2012
Size Name: 13/64" (EACH)
As it turns out, I purchased the Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener not from Amazon, but directly from the guys in Idaho Falls as I happened to be driving by (and mine is the 5/32"). Well, no matter. This is, flat out, the absolutely best chainsaw sharpener available. It is extremely easy to use. It sets up on the chainsaw bar in less than thirty seconds (my very FIRST session of using it, from set up to completion, was no more than five or ten minutes). Once set up, it is rock solid. There is no "give" whatsoever in the way the sharpener frame and, therefore, the actual sharpening cutter index to the chain's teeth. In other words, this is exactly on the other end of the scale in precision from the Granberg gizmo. Furthermore, the carbide cutter's action is to sharpen against, or onto the tooth, as opposed to the traditional method of filing off the tooth, from back to front. Working onto the cutting edge reduces to almost nothing the wire edge that traditional filing produces. Yes, this device is a bit pricey, but it is worth it. The design, solidity, and quality of manufacture of this tool is almost enough to restore your faith in American ingenuity and manufacturing. I wish I could go on, but the tool won't permit it: it's solid, simple, and it works better than anything else. That's really all there is to it.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By cw45 on October 20, 2011
Size Name: 13/64" (EACH) Verified Purchase
I ordered This item on friday night and it was delivered on the following monday- from Idaho to Ca. I have ordered stuff next day and not got it this quick. It is well built and easy to setup and use, and if you use a hand file like i have for the past 25 plus years and try to straighten out an old chain you might just find out how bad a job you've been doing.
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