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Repair & Rebuild Your Own Chainsaw: DIY Front End Rebuild

Keeping your chain saw’s bar, chain and drive sprocket in tip-top shape involves more than regular chain sharpening and re-tensioning. Even with meticulous care, a chain saw’s drive sprocket and bar eventually wear out and must be replaced.


Beginner Woodworking Projects - Using Woodworking Plans

3 Struggling to keep the teeth on your chainsaw sharp? Tired of the bar binding up in the cut? The Woodchuck Multifunctional Tool is just what you need to keep the saw sharp and the production moving by keeping the logs lifted off the ground. A log holder, log lifter, log roller, log carrier, and post remover