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How can I Measure Chainsaw Bar For New Chain And Sprocket? Kindly tell me in detail.

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1. To determine the best size for a new chain, first find the diameter of the sprocket. The distance between the sprocket teeth should equal one quarter of the diameter of the sprocket. A common error is measuring the sprocket diameter directly off the chain without knowing its distance from the sprocket. To determine the bar length, measure from the front tooth on the sprocket to the back tooth on the chain. Make sure to use a chain gauge to ensure your measurement is accurate. For example, if the diameter of the sprocket is 30mm ( 2.18 inches) and you want to make a 10/16 chain, you need to measure the chain about
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The proper size chain and sprocket for a chainsaw is determined by the length of the saw blade. A chainsaw's bar should be at least three times longer than the diameter of the saw's blade, but no more than four times. This ensures that the chain wraps around the sprocket without getting too tight or loose. This ensures that the blade is properly tensioned and the chain is not slipping on the sprocket.
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How to measure the chain for a chainsaw? This is one of the most common questions asked by users. This article will help you learn everything you need to know about measuring a chainsaw chain.
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