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Rob D

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Yep it's really more for long bars and milling where you often move them from place to place and have a selection of bars - this keeps everything together and no need to have a tangle of chain to figure out. I have about x10 all hanging up but when moving them out for a job the chain comes off and always gets tangled. This makes it a tidy job and you can quickly fit the bar and chain to a saw and take the previous one off and stow it.

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Looking good.
Sharpening chains directly on the bar would be useful.

What, with a kind of spring to keep tension?
That would be really handy.

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