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  • STIHL ANNOUNCES NEW BAR AND CHAIN UPGRADES FOR 20% FASTER CUTTING PERFORMANCE

    STIHL continues to offer professional forestry and agriculture chainsaw users enhanced performance with the introduction of a newly designed guide bar and saw chains for 20% faster cutting performance, with lighter weight.

     

    Standard fitment on the MS 261 C-M forestry and MS 271 agriculture chainsaws, the Light 04 chainsaw bar features a new innovative slim contour design that means it weighs up to 200g less than the previous Rollomatic E bar, ensuring forestry and agriculture workers can benefit from easier manoeuvrability, improved balance, and less fatigue when cutting. The new guide bars weigh 10% (40cm bars) to 20% (50cm bars) less than previous versions, while the slimmer profile and bar tip allows for faster plunge cutting.

     

    As part of the new chainsaw upgrades, the MS 261 C-M will now come fitted with .325” RS PRO and the MS 271 with the RM3 PRO saw chain as standard. The 1.3mm gauge chain, which matches the 1.3mm bar groove, offers up to 20% greater cutting performance when compared to .325 RS saw chains, which are 1.6mm thickness. The faster cutting comes from the thickness of the cutter tooth that is reduced from 7.7mm to 6.8mm, meaning less wood is removed from the cut for more efficiency.

     

    The MS 261 C-M and MS 271 are available from May 2020 with the new Light 04 and new RS saw chains.

     

    For more information on STIHL’s range of petrol powered chainsaws, please visit www.stihl.co.uk.

     

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    Marvelous. K

    Edited by Khriss
    ( at my age I need improved balance and less fatigue...... )

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