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Echo 2511 chain size help please

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I'm struggling to find Echo chains. I need to know how many drive links the 10 inch bar has? It's 043 1/4 inch but not sure drive links. Panther bar is 56 drive links but this is the echo bar which is a different shape. 10 inch Stihl 150 has 57 drive links.

Help please 🤯

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Can you not get made from the reel at a dealer? I'm sure their Sugihara bars re-badged

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I'm struggling to find Echo chains. I need to know how many drive links the 10 inch bar has? It's 043 1/4 inch but not sure drive links. Panther bar is 56 drive links but this is the echo bar which is a different shape. 10 inch Stihl 150 has 57 drive links.
Help please 🤯
Have you tried Rob D at chainsawbars.co.uk on this forum?

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It should be stamped on the bar but if it's the newish style 1/4 cs2511 it should be 60 drive links. You will either need the tiny sugihara chain or get a ms150 chain made up. Just make sure it is the .43 gauge as if it's a .50 it all be the oregon 91 px/Vxl  chain.

The last batch of cs2511 we received had reverted back to the.50 gauge for some reason!

 

 

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