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  1. I studied the chart and it resembles a Round ground chisel so i guess a round file will do then .
  2. Thanks , will give it a look .
  3. No defiantly not like that!. Thats extreme . The one here has the flat top and the 90 degree back but from the cutting tip downwards the gullet curves inwards . I will have to try and get a photo posted
  4. Its for felling . The chain is Oregon square tooth chisel as far as i can tell although i have seen it described as a square tooth round ground. There is a definite 90 degrees to the top and back of the tooth , no radius and no chamfer. The gullet is curved / rounded. I,m going to have to find the original packing it came in ! There,s a lot of different terminology out there. I previously had used the round tooth round ground but thought i would try something else . Its on a Husqvarna 235 so nothing fancy .
  5. Where is there a supplier for a double bevel flat file in the UK, i have seen save edge and oregon but this stuff comes from the US and a double bevel file in the UK i cannot find ! This is the first time i have used a square chain so the filing should be interesting. Many thanks


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