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Performance Power PWR33CCCSA Chainsaw - need sprocket

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2 hours ago, felixthelogchopper said:

 I think they are a B&Q brand.Also, This might be worth a try.                    https://www.gardenhirespares.co.uk/   

Thanks. I went in to B&Q and although they sell replacement chains, they said they'd never been asked for a sprocket. Coming from a motorcycle background, I know never to change a chain without renewing the sprockets!

I've  emailed garden hire spares, thanks for the tip.

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On 06/06/2018 at 19:16, Tony Rogers said:

Thanks. I went in to B&Q and although they sell replacement chains, they said they'd never been asked for a sprocket. Coming from a motorcycle background, I know never to change a chain without renewing the sprockets!

I've  emailed garden hire spares, thanks for the tip.

Saws differ from bike in the chain/sprocket dept as you can usually replace the chain around3 times before it becomes a requirement to replace the sprocket ( it's dependent on tooth wear)if you are super rich or super fussy replace both at same time it's your money & choice  your saw is a Chicom & spares could be difficult

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