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Thank you for all the replies, I have not had a bar with a lump out of it before , had worn bars through general wear and tear.

 

This just seemed unusual as the bar had a new chain when fitted and has not been used on the ground or dropped. The discolouration is only due to sap and will clean off fairly easy.

 

Rob d thank you for your kind offer, I shall take it back to the original supplier for their inspection .

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Doesn't look like abuse to me. Like OP said it looks more like burnt sap etc. The old Duromatic bars used to chip occasionally on the big Stihls and I guess that was because of their hardness.

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Doesn't look like abuse to me. Like OP said it looks more like burnt sap etc. The old Duromatic bars used to chip occasionally on the big Stihls and I guess that was because of their hardness.

 

Thank you Graham.

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Just send it back to me John with your address details etc rather than the original supplier as I can then replace it faster.

 

 

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