|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||20 x 0.25 x 0.5 inches|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Item model number||531300441|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||20 in. - .375 x .050 in.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90 days subject to defect in manufacturing|
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Husqvarna 531300441 H-80 Chainsaw Chain, Orange/Gray 20 inches, 20 in. - .375 x .050 in
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- A low kickback, low-vibration chain Developed to meet the specific needs of today's lightweight chainsaws
- Great cutting performance and bore cut
- Perfect for arborists and for users who use smaller-size chainsaws in high-production environment.
- Well suited for commercial cutters, arborists and occasional users.
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Husqvarna Construction Products is a part of Husqvarna Group. Our extensive construction product range includes machines, diamond tools and all accessories that you need for cutting, sawing and drilling, as well as polishing floors and demolition.
We have wide, innovative and powerful range of machinery and tools for the construction and stone industries.
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Husqvarna chains are designed to optimize your chainsaw & achieve high performance No matter what job you need to get done. There is always a chain to match your need in our assortment.
Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2021
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Great blade for my 455 rancher. Great price too.
Okay, a couple of tips. First, if you are cutting close to the ground and contact a rock - throw your chain away. They have an anti-kickback "wing" incorporated in the design and are basically scrap after hitting a rock - cannot be resharpened. And trust me when i tell you - nothing will wear you out faster than trying to "muscle" a dull chain through a log - it is brutal.
Next - and this is the more important point - follow this installation method.
Put the new chain on and tighten everything up nice and snug. Now start your saw and run at WOT (Wide-Open Throttle) for 15-20 seconds. Shut the saw down and be amazed at how loose the chain is now. Adjust the chain tension, tighten and NOW you are ready for months of hassle free service. These chains stretch (all chains have initial stretch) but running the new chain at WOT for 15-20 stretches the chain as far as it's going to stretch right off the bat. Re-tighten and get to work. A lot of reviewers bash the saw and or the "low-quality" chain - I think this is somewhat unfair. Once I figured this out I've not had a single issue with the chain stretching after continued use.
Other reviewers have addressed the issue of ensuring the chain brake is off before changing the chain. IF THE CHAIN BRAKE IS ENGAGED - THE COVER WILL NOT WANT TO COME OFF. This is your cue to release the brake (so the chain moves freely) If you force the cover off with the brake engaged you're going to discover new uses for some of those 4-letter words.
AS always, if you have any questions drop me a note - glad to help.
Oh, one last item - while you're shopping for a new chain PLEASE consider the chaps. I am an experienced chainsaw user, wildland firefighter and outdoorsman. I have logged hundreds of run hours on saws. However, last month the saw came back at me and I ran a 4" gash across my thigh. Only thing that prevented this from being REALLY bad is that the chain caught my shirt before it caught my pant leg. Bought chaps the next day (day late) and won't even consider starting the saw without them.