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Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by nmurph, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. nmurph

    nmurph ArboristSite.com Sponsor

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    i have some old loops of chain that i need help id'ing.

    Oregon 12
    Oregon 17
    P-F G-58
    M (the M emblem is in a box, i assume Mac) 30

    i also have a oregon 52 which is .404 semi?? what gauge? .058 or .063

    and husky 82 3/8 050 chisel? correct??
     
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    nmurph ArboristSite.com Sponsor

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    here is the body of a reply that i received from Oregon this morning.

    The chains listed are all obsolete,

    52 series chain; this chain was .404 pitch, discontinued in 1986, the current OregonĀ® replacement is 68LX chain, this is .404 pitch, .063 gauge.

    12 series chain; this chain was 3/8 pitch, .050 gauge, discontinued in 1978, the current OregonĀ® replacement is 72DP.

    17 series chain; this chain was 5/8 pitch .623 gauge, discontinued in 1961. there is no replacement for the 5/8 pitch chain.



    does anyone have any info on the last two (M and P-F) ???
     

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