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Oregon 5/32-Inch Chain Saw Filing Guide 37534

4.5 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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  • Keeps file at the correct depth
  • File Diameter - 5/32-inch
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Product Description

Product Description

File guide grips file securely and makes it easy to hand-sharpen saw chain. Lines on the guide's frame make it easy to align the file consistently and correctly and keep file at the correct depth. Assembled file guide includes one round file, frame and wooden handle. U.S.A. Mount Type File, Product Type File guide. For 25AP, 91VG, 91VS Oregon chain types

From the Manufacturer

Oregon cutting chain is used as original equipment by 90 percent of the world's chainsaw manufacturers and by most of the world's professional loggers, farmers, and homeowners. Why? Because they want their saws to deliver unparalleled cutting performance and the highest possible level of product satisfaction. Here's what Oregon provides users: Advanced manufacturing materials, innovative product features, and extraordinary quality that maximizes the high value built into chainsaws, Cutting chain that is trouble- free---that cuts every type of timber, stands up in any kind of weather, and stays together in all cutting conditions, Cutting chain that stays sharper longer than most saw users ever expect, but is easy to resharpen when the time comes, Cutting chain that's made in many types and sizes to match the power of most saws, and the kinds of use for which each saw is designed, Cutting chain that has lubrication, sharpening, low-vibration, and low-kickback safety features built right in, and Cutting chain that's available for replacement anywhere in the world to ensure the highest possible level of customer service and support. Since the development of the first chipper chain more than half a century ago Oregon has been, and remains, at the forefront of chainsaw cutting-systems technology and continues to produce the most advanced line of cutting chain available today. Oregon Assembled File Guide contains one round file, one frame, and one wooden handle

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Product Dimensions 12.1 x 2.6 x 1.3 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Oregon
ASIN B0002PQB7Y
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Item model number 37534
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4.5 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
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A dull chain makes sawing slow and reduces safety because you are trying to force the saw through the wood. A sharp chain cuts quickly using just the weight of the saw. If you touch up your chain before the chips are reduced to sawdust your work will be a lot easier. I usually touch up the teeth after about an hour of cutting hardwood and two hours in softwood.

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.
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The guide platform has lines scribed for 25 degree and 30 degree angle teeth, with a chart on the rear of the package indicating which angle your particular chain has. My chain was not listed, but I used my eyeballs to see which bevel my teeth had, looked like 30 degrees, not 25. You can remove the file from that guide bar with 2 snap levers and turn it around so the desired angle marking is at the end of the guide, making it easy to line it up with the bar, so you file the teeth at the correct angle.

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.
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I had a brushcutter blade with chainsaw type cutters that was not cutting well when sharpened with a 3/16" file. I bought the 5/32" tile to see if it helped and got the guide at the same time. I like this guide because it has the angle marks at both ends. After using this guide and reducing the height of the depth gauges with a flat file the blade is now cutting well. The file occasionally gets loose in the handle, as do most files in most handles. I will be replacing the handle with the General Tools adjustable file holder http://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00004T7TG/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_10?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3TX4YUK2VIRSQ
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I bought a 5/32 and a 7/32 since I didnt measure anything on my chain saws,, one is a electric Remington from HD and the other is a McCullough from a yard sale,, the 7/32 was a shy too big although I did sharpen my Remington with it, clamped the bar in my vise,, didnt remove chain, and there are angles etched on the guide,, stay focused and I had no problem, handle is cheap but so far has made it ( I always drop or bang my files hard to seat the handle, hate it when handles come off, that being said I now have a slight crack in one )
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I have numerous Oregon chain saws - some in need of sharpening. I seen a video on U-Tube about sharpening and it clicked - I can do that and save money and time running back and forth to a shop. Oregon makes quality products and this is amongst them. I recommend it t anyone who want to keep that chain sharp and bringing out chunks and not sawdust.
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I love my Remington electric chainsaw with 12” bar. I purchased the Oregon 5/32-Inch Chain Saw Filing Guide 37534 and Oregon 27742 Depth Gauge and File Guide. You can buy the two together as a set but it is much more expensive. Using both these products allows me to keep my Remington electric chainsaw cutting like new.
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This is the size I needed for my GreenWorks 20012 9 Amp 14-Inch Corded Chainsaw, works great and keeps the chain in good working order. It gets dull pretty fast, so I found out pretty quickly it was important to keep things sharpened!
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Well made basic handle and file. These work well for touch up between professional sharpenings if properly sized for your chain. I have several different sizes and this one is the proper size for my newest chain saw.
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