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Oregon 5/32-Inch Chain Saw Filing Guide 37534
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- Lines on the guide's frame make it easy to align the file consistently and correctly
- Keeps file at the correct depth
- File Diameter - 5/32-inch
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|Manufacturer Part Number||37534|
|Package Height||0.1 x 3.5 x 24.5 inches|
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For a touch up you will only need to make one or two strokes on each tooth as the provided file really cuts well. If you have hit a rock or nail you will obviously need to file more but at least your day isn't over if you forgot to bring your spare chain. Just remember to file all of the teeth the same amount or the chain will cut crooked.
Saw shops usually take off about 2mm of steel from each tooth when they do the sharpening. This really cuts into the life of the chain. At $35 for a new chain plus $10 per sharpening this gets really expensive.
This tool is inexpensive, requires no electricity, is light-weight, is easy to use (good instructions) and will save you a lot of time and money at the saw shop. The gauge makes it easy for even a neophyte to cut the proper depths and angles. What more can you ask?
Remember to get the cutting depth gauge and flat file when you but this tool. You will need it after a few sharpenings.
On a merely dull chain a few strokes should give it back an edge- my chains had been used to cut up really rough stuff- in particular palm trees that are made of really tough hard fibers and as I cut the stumps flush with the ground I hit some dirt and small stones which chipped some teeth. Took a bit more filing to get those chips out and re-establish the cutting edges, but when I was done, I cut a pile of hard white oak logs into firewood for next season and it went through them like a brand new chain- like buttah. Now, 2 or 3 strokes per tooth to maintain per use and it'll stay like new.
A great, inexpensive tool to have to keep your saw running like new, with less than 5 minutes of effort.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great for sharpening my chain saw out in the woods. I use it every time I gas up my saw. It keeps the chain sharp.Published 7 months ago by bruce L. Streeter
worked great and will save me money and a trip to a saw sharpnener.Published 8 months ago by Daniel D. Morris
Makes quick work of touching up the blade on my 8" pole saw blade.Published 9 months ago by aperry62
A few strokes on each cutter did the trick. Read up on your chain to get the right size. And stroke in the right direction. Then angle the tops with a flat file.Published 9 months ago by PGW