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Brand new product - for shorter bars and chains its not so relevant but for longer bars and chains this works really well. Keeps it all together hanging or in transit.

 

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Neat, but whats wrong with just having the chain hung behind the bar?

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36 minutes ago, skyhuck said:

Neat, but whats wrong with just having the chain hung behind the bar?

… clearly because you are older, and a northerner like me.

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On 13/07/2019 at 07:05, skyhuck said:

Neat, but whats wrong with just having the chain hung behind the bar?

 

Nothing at all - but this is more for doing that and transporting the bar and chain.  Or if you don't want to hang them up you can store horizontally [the option to hang is just that - one option]. If you always hang your bars and put them straight onto a saw then you don't need one ;)

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3 minutes ago, Rob D said:

 

Nothing at all - but this is more for doing that and transporting the bar and chain.  Or if you don't want to hang them up you can store horizontally [the option to hang is just that - one option]. If you always hang your bars and put them straight onto a saw then you don't need one ;)

Fair do's Rob, each to their own mate. In all honesty I don't carry different bars for any of my saws, I have 46,66 and 088, with 20, 25 and 48, and use as needed.

 

As my father was told as an apprentice joiner 60 years ago, "there are 99 ways of doing a job right and only one of doing it wrong"

 

Each to their own, etc 😎 

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