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How can I Measure Chainsaw Bar For New Chain Like Fence? Kindly tell me in details.

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The first step you should do is to measure the distance between the blade and the bar. It should be 3/8 inches. This is the measurement you should give to the seller so that they can give the correct one. If you are not so good with the numbers, you can try searching it on the net or ask someone who knows about it. The process of measuring it is really simple. The bar is the metal tube which is used to cut the wood. It is attached to the engine using the chainsaw chain.
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The easiest and most accurate way to set the bar is to dig a small pit in the dirt and stick the end of the bar in the hole. I prefer to stick the bar in at a 35 degree angle like it's on the ground cutting, this way if you need to make any adjustments it will be easier to see on the bar. If you can see daylight on the top of the bar, turn it around and cut on the other side, you'll want it half moon shaped, with the highest point near the tip. If you can't see daylight on the top of the bar, then there is no low side. You'll want to use the bar like this, but you may need to use more power on the top of the bar to get it to dig into the material.
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Thanks for the question. I am not really sure what you mean by measuring the chainsaw bar. I would assume you mean the chain. If that is the case your best bet is to take the chain to a local hardware store that sells chainsaws or chain saws and ask them their opinion. As for the size of the chain it kind of depends. If you are cutting small limbs and saplings you can get by with a smaller chain. If you are cutting larger limbs and trees it may be worth while to purchase a larger chain. This is where your local hardware store can help you out.
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