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View Poll Results: Chainsaws: What Brand do You Use? And Why?

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  • Stihl

    34 41.46%
  • Husqvarna (from a Dealer)

    30 36.59%
  • Japanese (Tanaka, Shindaiwa, etc.)

    0 0%
  • Chinese (any Big Box Store Brand; Husky, Jonsered, Earthquake, BlueMax, etc.)

    13 15.85%
  • Other: I know I missed a few, Just post it below

    7 8.54%
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Chainsaws: What do You Have?

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    Re: Chainsaws: What do You Have?


    Related topic.

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    Re: Chainsaws: What do You Have?

    Finally, a Timberline Sharpener Report
    , it did not save any time over sharpening with a file & guide, BUT all the teeth are the same length, angle of edge, etc. it cuts straight, with nice chips. as good, or better than a bench grinder sharpener, and can easily be used in the field

    I had to fiddle a few minutes to fully understand the instructions, even after watching the video, but once I got the tool set correctly on the bar, and the stop set, it went slick, as with filing, mark your starting tooth with a marker

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    Re: Chainsaws: What do You Have?

    Quote Originally Posted by RandyO View Post
    Finally, a Timberline Sharpener Report
    , it did not save any time over sharpening with a file & guide, BUT all the teeth are the same length, angle of edge, etc. it cuts straight, with nice chips. as good, or better than a bench grinder sharpener, and can easily be used in the field

    I had to fiddle a few minutes to fully understand the instructions, even after watching the video, but once I got the tool set correctly on the bar, and the stop set, it went slick, as with filing, mark your starting tooth with a marker
    Awesome! I'll have to check it out when I drop off tires (20") for your garden!

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    Re: Chainsaws: What do You Have?

    Quote Originally Posted by RandyO View Post
    Finally, a Timberline Sharpener Report
    , it did not save any time over sharpening with a file & guide, BUT all the teeth are the same length, angle of edge, etc. it cuts straight, with nice chips. as good, or better than a bench grinder sharpener, and can easily be used in the field

    I had to fiddle a few minutes to fully understand the instructions, even after watching the video, but once I got the tool set correctly on the bar, and the stop set, it went slick, as with filing, mark your starting tooth with a marker
    Thank you, sir.

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    Re: Chainsaws: What do You Have?

    Quote Originally Posted by RandyO View Post
    Finally, a Timberline Sharpener Report
    , it did not save any time over sharpening with a file & guide, BUT all the teeth are the same length, angle of edge, etc. it cuts straight, with nice chips. as good, or better than a bench grinder sharpener, and can easily be used in the field

    I had to fiddle a few minutes to fully understand the instructions, even after watching the video, but once I got the tool set correctly on the bar, and the stop set, it went slick, as with filing, mark your starting tooth with a marker
    I'm guessing now that you have it set-up, things will be a lot smoother from this point. The set-up seems very similar to a bench grinder.

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