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STIHL038MAN

STIHL038MAN

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Thanks for clarifying that for me. I was under the impression the OP couldn't locate a 0.325 and wondered if he could use a 0.375 instead.
Nah I use 3/8's on everything and have a bar with a .325 tip and want to change it out to match my chains and sprockets..
 
Jim Timber

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It's something to keep in mind when you're out and about. I always look for tools when I'm hanging with the Mrs. cruising yard sales. If I were to come across a bar that was the right gauge, but wrong sprocket, I'd still go for it for the right price.

All my Craftsman torx screw drivers t10-35 came from a yard sale for $.25 each. :)
 
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It's something to keep in mind when you're out and about. I always look for tools when I'm hanging with the Mrs. cruising yard sales. If I were to come across a bar that was the right gauge, but wrong sprocket, I'd still go for it for the right price.

All my Craftsman torx screw drivers t10-35 came from a yard sale for $.25 each. :)
The only tool I'm looking for is a socket or wrench for my 125c con rod bolts..
 
Jim Timber

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I wasn't looking for anything when I found those. I had 1/4 and 1/2" drive torx bits, but no screw drivers. $1.50 was too hard to resist. Got some nice Philips and flatheads too. :laugh:

I've bought grocery bags full of Channel lock brand pliers for $40. Sometimes you just get lucky.
 
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