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Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener 3/16

Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener 3/16
Item #: 36396-3/16
$129.99
3/16 inch.

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CONVENIENCE
The Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener gives you the ability to sharpen your chain right when you need it. Never again will you have to stop in the middle of a job and find a repair shop or return to your garage when you hit a rock, nail, or ground.

SAVE TIME
The first thing you will notice after sharpening your chain with the sharpener is how much faster the saw will cut through wood. A sharp chain will self feed into the wood and cut through a log in seconds. A dull chain will tend to bounce off the wood and can take minutes cut through the same log.

SAVE MONEY
A sharp chain uses less energy and fuel to complete your cutting jobs. The Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener will save you fuel and bar/chain oil by increasing cutting efficiency.

SAFER CUTTING
Accidents happen when chains get dull and stop cutting as they should. Pushing down on the saw trying to force it to cut can lead to a disaster. A sharp chain is much more predictable and cuts the way saws are designed.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Date Expected Nov 22, 2018
Weight 0.05 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Timberline
MPN 3/16
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Finally I can sharpen a chain Review by Tim-P
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Obviously this is expensive for a chainsaw sharpener. I tried several cheaper alternatives but could never get a sharp tooth. Luckily I had a friend that got one and was able to try it out to see if it would really perform any differently. I don't understand why it does better than a file that I use in exactly the same way, but it does. Ran a dull chain (that I had unsuccessfully tried to sharpen with a file) through the sharpener and then took the chainsaw out to the wood pile and it was amazing. Big chips and fast cutting. I broke down and ordered one that day. (Posted on 8/27/2018)