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Oregon 15 inch chainsaw replacement bar

€26,00
The lightweight, durable and easy to maneuver guide bar for light commercial and occasional woodcutters using small to mid-size saws. This bar is designed especially to be used with a narrow kerf cutting system for faster, more efficent cutting.
Product Details
Multi-rivet sprocket for long nose life
Lubritec™ system keeps your chain and guide bar oiled for less friction and longer life
Better control, less kickback
Pitch: .325" Narrow Kerf, Gauge: .050", chain drive link count: 64
.325" narrow-kerf chain and bar must be used together.
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