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  1. Oregon will be conducting a large field test for users of less than 3HP chain saws. Please take this short survey to see if you qualify for this test that will start July 2018. This brief survey should take 3-4 minutes of your time. All those selected for the test will receive free product to trial as well as $50 in Amazon or Oregon merchandise gift cards or $100 redeemable for Oregon products at www.oregonproducts.com after successfully completing the trial. Take the survey here to see if you qualify: http://surveys.blount.com/survey/selfserve/203a/180504 Don't qualify this time? Register for free at www.outdoor-power-opinions.com to be considered for future field tests, surveys and interviews. Each time you contribute or refer others you can earn points that can be redeemed for gear or merchandise. Have a question? Email us here: support@outdoor-power-opinions.com
  2. Oregon will be conducting a large field test for users of less than 3HP chain saws. Please take this short survey to see if you qualify for this test that will start June 2018. This brief survey should take 3-4 minutes of your time. All those selected for the test will receive free product to trial as well as $50 in Amazon or Oregon merchandise gift cards or $100 redeemable for Oregon products at www.oregonproducts.com after successfully completing the trial. Take the survey here to see if you qualify: http://surveys.blount.com/survey/selfserve/203a/180504 Don't qualify this time? Register for free at www.outdoor-power-opinions.com to be considered for future field tests, surveys and interviews. Each time you contribute or refer others you can earn points that can be redeemed for gear or merchandise. Have a question? Email us here: support@outdoor-power-opinions.com
  3. Hi there, I was wondering whether people think it would be worth converting my little Husky 445e from .325 15" oregon pro am micro lite bar and chain to 3/8 lo-pro 15" sugi bar and chain, and if so where could I get the appropriate sprocket, bar and chain? J
  4. If your looking for a Knapsack sprayer, check these out from Oregon, they come in 16 and 20 liter capacity and are flying out the door. We have plenty for now so be quick and don't forget once you are a customer you are eligible for the Skyland discount on all products from the website Oregon Knapsack Sprayer
  5. Hi all, I am in need of the varried experience of the fellow arbtalkers. My situation is quite simple, I am currently wearing my 5th or 6th pair of hiflex type c's but as all of you know they are not the most hard wearing of trouser. As far as work goes I mainly climb whether it be trees or hedges. A bit of felling, and my fair Share of dragging brash. So do I buy a pair of Pfanner standard stretch air type c or; pfanner stretch air gladiator vents or; Buy a pair of type c Oregon Waipahu type c AND a pair of cheaply Oregon Yukon type a's. the only other trousers I have tried are huskys (didn't like and less hard wearing than the hi flex) and hiflex which I like but fancy a change and hopefully get something to last longer Thanks for the replies in advance
  6. Hi there I run an oregon bp22 micro chisel chain on a 15in bar on an ms260 chain saw. Unfortunately, on occasion I have hit something other than wood and damage has occured to the working corner and side plate. After having attempted to sharpen the cutters using a 4.8mm round file in a 3/16 (0.325") file holder the side plate has got worse and instead of being 85 degrees it is more like 90 or 95 degrees. The top plate angle is fine and I seem to be getting the working corner back to being sharp but the side plate angle remains at a right angle. Also, I have been holding the file holder 10 degrees pointing upwards and I am getting wear to the drive link which doesn't look right. Can anyone help? Has anyone else had a similar experience? Thanks

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