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We have around x18 of these - they work well but set up is 'fiddly'. We are much closer now to having all the components [Cannon de barker bars, cutterless chain] but currently we only have Cannon de barker bars for mid size Stihls [MS261, MS391] and mid size Husky [D009 mount though so very limiting to older 60-65cc Husky saws].

 

You can still mount to a larger saw if you choose but recommended max size is 65cc.

 

In 2 months we will have these rebranded as Panther log de barkers and price will go up as they will be more an official pack - but if you want a better price now here they are.

 

Would really appreciate it if interested that you go through the instructions first to see what's what - if you have a saw you want to fit this to I can prob set up a kit for you.

 

WWW.CHAINSAWBARS.CO.UK

 


NOTE: We will be getting Panther branded de barker tools in approx 6 weeks. They are the same tool as these but in black [they will retail at £140-00+vat whereas these - the same tool are £120-00+vat. Chain is not included in the price. We have used these for a while and they work well - ensure you adjust the clearance on blades correctly as they can be set overly aggressive from the factory. Please read all the info first BEFORE you buy as otherwise you will not know what you are getting into! Do not buy now work it out later - take the time to read the below info first. Remember it mounts to the bar and will run .325 or 3/8 lo pro chain only. We have .325 .050 in cutterless chain only with no plans to get other sizes.


  1. This will mount on most saws - ideally between 30cc to 50cc but can be up to 65cc. Note on something like a 560XP you will quickly wear the splines out on the tool due to the excess power so be aware.
  2. All PPE associated with chainsaw use you will need to wear using this tool
  3. We will be getting Cannon debarker bars in for smaller saws in the future - but they will not be here until after 10th Nov 2020
  4. We have de barker bars for mid range Stihl and larger Husky saws which are in this de barker area [or will be added shortly]
  5. If you are using .325 then go for the cutter less chain
  6. You will need to drill your chainsaw bar to fit this tool
  7. Chain size - this is not straight forward due to varying bar sizes but a rule of thumb will be around x6 drive links longer than your existing chain. But you may have to experiment with chain size to get this right

 

 

https://pdfhost.io/v/hofK3CHoH_RR2445_Log_Debarker_Instructionspdf.pdf

 

 

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1 hour ago, Rob D said:

We have around x18 of these - they work well but set up is 'fiddly'. We are much closer now to having all the components [Cannon de barker bars, cutterless chain] but currently we only have Cannon de barker bars for mid size Stihls [MS261, MS391] and mid size Husky [D009 mount though so very limiting to older 60-65cc Husky saws].

 

You can still mount to a larger saw if you choose but recommended max size is 65cc.

 

In 2 months we will have these rebranded as Panther log de barkers and price will go up as they will be more an official pack - but if you want a better price now here they are.

 

Would really appreciate it if interested that you go through the instructions first to see what's what - if you have a saw you want to fit this to I can prob set up a kit for you.

 

WWW.CHAINSAWBARS.CO.UK

 


NOTE: We will be getting Panther branded de barker tools in approx 6 weeks. They are the same tool as these but in black [they will retail at £140-00+vat whereas these - the same tool are £120-00+vat. Chain is not included in the price. We have used these for a while and they work well - ensure you adjust the clearance on blades correctly as they can be set overly aggressive from the factory. Please read all the info first BEFORE you buy as otherwise you will not know what you are getting into! Do not buy now work it out later - take the time to read the below info first. Remember it mounts to the bar and will run .325 or 3/8 lo pro chain only. We have .325 .050 in cutterless chain only with no plans to get other sizes.


  1. This will mount on most saws - ideally between 30cc to 50cc but can be up to 65cc. Note on something like a 560XP you will quickly wear the splines out on the tool due to the excess power so be aware.
  2. All PPE associated with chainsaw use you will need to wear using this tool
  3. We will be getting Cannon debarker bars in for smaller saws in the future - but they will not be here until after 10th Nov 2020
  4. We have de barker bars for mid range Stihl and larger Husky saws which are in this de barker area [or will be added shortly]
  5. If you are using .325 then go for the cutter less chain
  6. You will need to drill your chainsaw bar to fit this tool
  7. Chain size - this is not straight forward due to varying bar sizes but a rule of thumb will be around x6 drive links longer than your existing chain. But you may have to experiment with chain size to get this right

 

 

https://pdfhost.io/v/hofK3CHoH_RR2445_Log_Debarker_Instructionspdf.pdf

 

 

Have you a video of this working

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2 hours ago, dumper said:

Have you a video of this working

No.... But youtube has. Looks ferocious  ?  k

 

 

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That's slightly different as it uses a Vee belt drive rather than a cutterless chain.

 

I would have thought the type with a Vee belt more sensible but with a guard. I wonder what happens to the saw's oil pump, presumably it's blocked off so the pump still has lubrication.

 

My old  atom drill used a cutterless drive and oiled as normal but then it didn't run for long periods enough to wear noticeably.

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On 15/08/2020 at 13:02, Khriss said:

No.... But youtube has. Looks ferocious  ?  k

 

 

 

It's not this one - I've tried a few of these and they are not as well made or as effective plus if you look at where the drive sprocket is you need to change this and match it to the saw ie. you need a range of these. Having the side cover off I'm not sure the CE marking is still valid.. the vee belt drive is a good idea though and that worked well but again it means you have to have a different changeover drive sprocket for each saw.

 

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On 15/08/2020 at 13:26, openspaceman said:

That's slightly different as it uses a Vee belt drive rather than a cutterless chain.

 

I would have thought the type with a Vee belt more sensible but with a guard. I wonder what happens to the saw's oil pump, presumably it's blocked off so the pump still has lubrication.

 

My old  atom drill used a cutterless drive and oiled as normal but then it didn't run for long periods enough to wear noticeably.

You just take the worm drive out for the oil pump and leave tank dry,

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2 minutes ago, spuddog0507 said:

You just take the worm drive out for the oil pump and leave tank dry,

I'd forget to put it back again when I reverted it to sawing

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Just now, openspaceman said:

I'd forget to put it back again when I reverted it to sawing

well forgeting is one thing but i cant bloody find mine, and i know i will of put it some where safe ? 

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well forgeting is one thing but i cant bloody find mine, and i know i will of put it some where safe ? 

Under dogs bowl maybe?! ?‍♂️ or behind hoover...... or under kitchen sink?
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