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Battery chainsaw carving bar?


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Hey peeps, hope everyone is doing well and carving is going well, been a while since ive been on here.


A long shot this but ill try, I have a Cramer 40v chainsaw, has worked well for a cheap saw, so ended up getting another one as it worked out in a deal.


Anyway im thinking of putting a dime tip bar on the new one, unfortunately i have no idea where to start on where to get a sprocket to fit this saw? Was wondering if anyone has any experienced with this saw, or a battery chainsaw in general. I think they are compatible with Greenworks saws to.


Any help would be greatly appreciated





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I'm not an expert on this. So the sprocket is the driving force for the chain and so the part of the sprocket that you see will be compatible with the specified chain type - the list of makes above will be compatible with that bar and chain. What goes on in the hidden side of the sprocket is up to the individual manufacturer - might be different from make to make.


Youtube reckons it takes 2 minutes to remove a sprocket (I suspect the videos were edited) - not a big task, so I might be tempted to remove it, and then you can measure up the sizes of the existing, give the above a call and see what they have (can't be too many combinations of diameters)

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