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I needed a new bar for my chainsaw current bar is a Oregon 180mpbk095 with a 325 050 1.3 mm chain which it very happily runs its a Husqvarna 357 now I know its probably not the recommended bar but I m happy with it .Anyway I saw a Carlton equivalent bar on eBay but it doesn't fit the problem being the chain doesn't fit the sprocket on the bar the sprockets on the bar stick out to far to take the drive links on the chain . Any ideas ?????? Thanks Ian

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Yip get in touch with Rob at chainsawbars.uk (site sponsor) very helpful and knowledgable, has helped me out a couple of times with unusual ones.

Sorry I couldn't be more help.

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U.K original cutting equipment for a 357xp would be 325 pitch and .058 gauge.

 

Have you been sent a 3/8" pitch bar which may be U.S original cutting equipment.

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