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Hi All sorry if this is the wrong place to post, I’m new to the forum been looking on for a while. Using saws is more of a hobby for me rather than my bread and butter and looking for some advice on my ms241 


Is there a better set up chain/bar/sprocket than the standard .325 RS It’s running on 14 but do love the 15 bar I used to use on a ms261.  If so what’s the best set up for my ms241 to get the most out of it with out muffle or porting mods. 

Standard sprocket is spur would it be worth changing to a rim for example? Wouldn’t mind replicating the 15inc set up of a 261 if beneficial.


many thanks Dan





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