Measuring a chainsaw bar length is a simple process that can be accomplished in minutes with just a measuring tape. The chainsaw bar length identifies the size of the cutting area of the chainsaw.Know More
The bar length includes the cutting part of the chainsaw, so you typically measure only to the point where the chain is present.
The end of the bar is the furthest point of the bar from the housing.
After you find the point where the chain enters the housing and the end of the bar, simply measure the distance between the two points with a measuring tape.
To sharpen a chainsaw chain, adjust the tension, secure a file guide to the chain bar, and file each cutter with a round file for five to seven strokes. Check the height of the depth guides, and file them with a flat file if necessary.Full Answer >
All McCulloch chainsaws that have two-stroke engines require a 50:1 mixture of gasoline and oil. The company recommends using Universal powered by McCulloch two-stroke oil.Full Answer >
To sharpen a chainsaw chain, secure the saw to a work bench, attach the file guard, take proper hold of the file, and file in just one direction. Secure the guard in the other direction, and file the other side.Full Answer >
A chainsaw parts diagram is an illustrated depiction of how the chainsaw is put together. This diagram visually shows the external housing opened up, along with each and every screw, bolt, panel, gasket and internal engine piece.Full Answer >