I think making your own custom set is the way to go... and if you have already drawn up a template for it you can just get someone on AS with the right CAD software to draw up the profile for you. This profile can then be sent to your nearest/cheapest laser cutting shop and they will cut it for a few dollars out of plate material of your choice - 304 stainless might look good on the husky.It doesn't look like what I want is available. So I guess it'll have to be made. The 357 inner spike is a nice addition without being to big. But it still leaves the saw tippy. The solution is a custom made outer spike. I overlaid a 372 outer spike and the 357 inner spike and made a template. Next is to find a machinist to mill it out What do you think? Think there's a market for these?
If someone gets a cad file they want to share, I'm all for that. I've got a way to cut a set.I think making your own custom set is the way to go... and if you have already drawn up a template for it you can just get someone on AS with the right CAD software to draw up the profile for you. This profile can then be sent to your nearest/cheapest laser cutting shop and they will cut it for a few dollars out of plate material of your choice - 304 stainless might look good on the husky.
And once you have a design you are happy with you can get multiples cut for other AS members that might be interested.
I'm actually working on some custom dawgs for my 440 at the moment.
I get write ups if the saw is ever sitting i the up right position. Cause it always lays on its side I never have to worry. They worry some one will knick there shins or somethingOK, everyone knows the 346 would rather fall over and lay on it's side than set up straight. I read that a 357 standard dog helped. Well, it does, but not much. It needs a dog on the clutch cover. I don't see one in the 357 IPL. Anyone have a solution that isn't huge spikes for something else?
Anyone kno if guys are still makin these dawgs?Well it took me long enough but I finally got a round tuit.
Actually I finished the spikes shortly after this thread went dormant but I just now got around to taking some pics for another post so I thought I'd drag this thread back up and show'em off here too.
Eventually I'll probably extend the outer spike down to line up and support both sides of the roller chain catcher like the Stihls use. I personally like the Stihl set-up better, but for now factory Husky style works... no more "little tippy".
(sorry about the big pics.. can't find my little Sony I usually use for pics here so I had to use the Nikon)
And of course the obligatory gratuitous poser shot.
but then you'd have a 15" barIf you want bigger ones order the one for a 357xp from Bailey's they will mount right on a 346 they're about $6 for the double dogs and roller chain catcher.
Beautiful woman, booger on the tip of her nose. You ate it right? We got side tracked somehow?Kinda like....
Having a date of the lifetime ,,,beautiful woman,,and look at her and she has a booger on the tip of her nose...You know she's hot,,,lookin good,,but that one thing that just bothers ya...... LOL!!!