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Want to trade 2x 20" k095 bars

Ryan'smilling

Ryan'smilling

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have two Husky small mount 20" bars. Both .050 gauge. One is well used but with life left. That one is .325 pitch, it's any Oregon replaceable tip bar. I have three no-name chains for this bar. Semi-chisel, i think, but I'll have to check. One chain is used, two brand new. Not positive what the DL count is for this setup.

The other is a NOS Husky labeled bar. Also Oregon, i think it's also a solid, replaceable sprocket tip bar. This one is 3/8 pitch, 72dl. I could part with a new or used chain for this bar if someone needed one.

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I'm mostly interested in trades. I need a D009 bar, ideally .050 3/8 72dl. Or a 84dl would be cool too. I could use a k095 .050 16" also. I can always use d025 aka stihl mount stuff too. I'm open to other trades as well, let me know what you got.

Thanks,
Ryan
 
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