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Jonsered 630 Bar & chain help

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Hi,

Just been cleaning up a saw we have had for over 10yrs and looking for some advice on putting a new bar/chain. I seem to of read that this saw shares some parts with the Husqvarna 266. Its a heavy saw, but great for logging what I call big trees. There appears to be plenty of Husqvarna Bars about but no Jonsered, So guessing Jonsered no longer makes parts in the uk?

I have an old Oregon 18" bar which is very rusty and was looking at fitting a 20" Husqvarna bar ref HU585 94 34-72, which is 3/8 0.058 1.5mm. That looks like the overall spec of my current chain/ bar, just more links. Would this fit my saw? If found a good price on it and it appears like a pro quality bar. Any other suggestions welcome though.

 

Thanks

 

Jonathon

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Jswd32 said:

Hi,

Just been cleaning up a saw we have had for over 10yrs and looking for some advice on putting a new bar/chain. I seem to of read that this saw shares some parts with the Husqvarna 266. Its a heavy saw, but great for logging what I call big trees. There appears to be plenty of Husqvarna Bars about but no Jonsered, So guessing Jonsered no longer makes parts in the uk?

I have an old Oregon 18" bar which is very rusty and was looking at fitting a 20" Husqvarna bar ref HU585 94 34-72, which is 3/8 0.058 1.5mm. That looks like the overall spec of my current chain/ bar, just more links. Would this fit my saw? If found a good price on it and it appears like a pro quality bar. Any other suggestions welcome though.

 

Thanks

 

Jonathon

 

 

 

 

I got an old 630 aswell somewhere and if memory serves me right i think 266 bar and chain does fit and Husky 162 fits aswell

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It has what I call the Husqvarna large mount. It will share the same bar and chain with saws such as the Husqvarna 365, 365, 372, 390, 395etc

I had one of these saws once, a decent pro saw with a lot of go!

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15 minutes ago, adw said:

This saw was the Husqvarna 162, great saw in its day, as everybody has said large bar mount 372xp etc.

Still got a 162 going strong dont use it very often though

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If you put in Jonsered 625 here all these bars should fit www.chainsawbars.co.uk

For chains click the bar and scroll down.

 

PS check your drive rim/drive sprocket for wear before fitting a new bar and chain

WWW.CHAINSAWBARS.CO.UK

 

 

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Thanks guys, when we bought this saw I was in my late teens, I'm 39 now and I don't think we knew what a good saw it was. It is heavy, which put me off a little at the beginning,  as it was my first chainsaw. I now have a small collection growing, Stihl Kombi Pole saw 12", a Makita DCS3501 14", a Jonsered 2036 turbo 16" and the old Jonsered 630 18". I prefer the Makita for felling as much lighter and has enough power. But now really appreciate the power of the 630 for logging the bigger trees up on the ground.

 

I will check out chainsawbars.co.uk and will also check out the sprocket before.

 

Kind regards

 

Jonathon

 

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