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Cannon Duralite Bars Now Available

Cannon bars - how do you find them?  

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  1. 1. How do you rate Cannon Bars

    • I've never tried them - probably never will..
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    • Too expensive for what they are..
      0
    • Amazing bars and I'll def be getting one of these Duralites..
      0
    • Had a few Cannon bars - yep they are pretty good on the whole..
      3
    • I use Cannon bars exclusively - they are the best in the world!
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We now have a good stock of Cannon Duralite bars - available in 25"/28"/30"/32"/36" and that's it for the moment [as in that is all the range available from Cannon right now].

  • Look stunning
  • Fairly pricey [check video out to help with this ;)]
  • We have them in various gauges but they are all 3/8 [you could change the nose to make them .404]
  • Mount on large Husky saws with an adapter plate found here
    WWW.CHAINSAWBARS.CO.UK

    GB912 Chainsaw Bar Adapter 9mm 12mm Large Husky D009 to Medium Stihl D025. This adapter allows you to put a Stihl...
  • They are in the selectors and also found here in this menu
    WWW.CHAINSAWBARS.CO.UK

 

 

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Not wrong when you say pricey!

Can you get GB bars in bigger sizes? Above 25”

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On 07/06/2020 at 18:24, Ian C said:

Not wrong when you say pricey!

Can you get GB bars in bigger sizes? Above 25”

Yep we have up to 28" at the moment - then the heavy duty bars 54" and upwards. No plans at getting 36" right now though..

 

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Just given a 36" a punt for our 390xp as this gets used mostly from the cherry picker for cutting big timber so going to fit it up with full skip chain as hopefully being so much lighter won't make the saw as nose heavy as long bars normally do.

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5 hours ago, Gray git said:

Just given a 36" a punt for our 390xp as this gets used mostly from the cherry picker for cutting big timber so going to fit it up with full skip chain as hopefully being so much lighter won't make the saw as nose heavy as long bars normally do.

I but big dogs and a full wrap handle on mine to help manage the longer bar in a tree. Really helps IMHO

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3 minutes ago, Pete Mctree said:

I but big dogs and a full wrap handle on mine to help manage the longer bar in a tree. Really helps IMHO

This thread needs photos 😁

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Dogs had to be modified & some mad max welding done due to some worn bolt holes. She is long in the tooth and a horse or two might have escaped. Exhaust has a good note though!

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Will get a picture of 372 with it on tomorrow as the bar has just landed today.

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Even on a relatively small 372xp the 36" isn't as nose heavy as the 28" I had on before

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