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Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener 7/32

Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener 7/32
Item #: 36396-7/32
7/32 inch.

Availability: Out of Stock - Estimated In Stock Date: 04-13-2020


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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.

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.

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.

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

Weight 1.20 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Timberline
UPC Code 793573831248

Customer Reviews

Decent tool, but not great Review by Scotty
Decent tool, but not great. Hit a hidden piece of steel in a tree and got a pretty good nick in my chain. Took a few times around to get the chain sharp and all nicks out. Dont be too agressive wirh this tool because you will get big steel curls that will get stuck in the hole the carbide spins in. They can really fowel stuff up and actually lock the carbide into the hole. If you do this, you will need to blow and or add a bit of oil for every tooth. Eventually got it dialed and it worked well. For a badly damaged chain you will need to do multiple laps. Go slow, light pressure, do multi laps for badly damaged chain. Suggest doing it by hand and fine tuning with this tool. It really can put a nice edge on, but takes a bit of playing with it to figure it out... I still prefer the Oregon sharpener and a stump vice... cheeper too. (Posted on 6/1/2015)
Decent tool Review by Scotty
Descent tool but I liked the Oregon sharpener better. Had a good nick in my chain from a piece of steel in a tree. Took a few times around to keep all teeth true and get the nicks out. You really dont want to put too much pressure on the carbide. It makes big curls of steel that get stuck in the hole the carbide spins in and can really fowel stuff up. When this happens, stop and clean stuff out by blowing it out and or adding more oil to the mix. If you are too agressive then you have to do this with EVERY tooth. Use light pressure, clean shavings out often. Thought it was going to be WAY better. Think I might stick to the Oregon sharpener and a stump vice. (Posted on 6/1/2015)