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There are a seemingly limitless number of combinations of chainsaw chains with varying size, type and features. When the time comes to replace your chain, you need to be fully aware of what you need.
Your first port of call should always be to look at your manufacturer’s manual, as this will have the specific instructions on the types of chains that will fit on your chainsaw. Beyond that, here is our quick checklist that should help demystify replacing your chainsaw chain.
Chainsaw files are very important as they can help prolong the lifespan of your chainsaw chain. Cutting with dull chains leads to a higher fuel consumption as well as excessive wear on the chainsaw so it is important to always use sharp chains. Instead of replacing the chain when it becomes dull and blunt, you can use a file to sharpen the cutting teeth, therefore improving the efficiency of the chainsaw.
However not every chainsaw chain is created equal and choosing the right chainsaw file is paramount, as it needs to match your chain; choosing the wrong file will diminish the cutting performance from the chainsaw chain. To be absolutely sure what type of chainsaw file you need for your chain you should check your manufacturers manual.
So if it’s time to get out into the garden but you aren’t planning on spending every weekend maintaining your outdoor space, it’s clear that you need to get the job done as quickly and as efficiently as possible. For fuss-free optimum results, we recommend using battery powered tools to give you all the power you’ll need…
Spring has sprung, the garden is in need of a little care and attention, and you’re not quite sure where to start…
Look no further than the latest in garden power tool technology from the McCulloch Power Li~NK range – arming you with everything you need to get the job done. Best of all, you can use the same battery in all the McCulloch battery powered machines and they even have a 4aH battery for even tougher tasks.
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a grass roots rookie, these top tips to tackle the first gardening jobs of the season should get you off to a great start.
With this year’s new trimmers and brush cutters, here at McCulloch have taken another step to meet our great challenge – a challenge that has two sides.
The first is, of course, to get every kind of garden in perfect shape in time for the barbecue. The second, is the object of making a whole range of power driven garden products that actually look good.