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Want to buy Remington Roller Nose Tip

Discussion in 'Chainsaw Parts' started by ML12, Jun 25, 2018.

  1. ML12

    ML12 ArboristSite Operative

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    I've recently acquired 2 NOS (one still has the dealer decal on it) Remington bars but they don't have tips on them. I am looking for a roller tip for these bars. I believe they need the 2.5" diameter roller.

    Here is a photo of the slot in the end of the bar:
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    The roller tip doesn't have to be new as it will likely not see too much use.

    Let me know what you have!
     
  2. RenaisSAWnceMan

    RenaisSAWnceMan ArboristSite Operative

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    I have two REM rollers (bars).... Will check 'em later.

    I'll provide the critical measurements, so you can confirm fitment, and pirate the rollers iffin they are correct.
     
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    RenaisSAWnceMan ArboristSite Operative

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    ONE of the two I have, has a 2.5" DIA roller....but, it has a measured 1/32" of play; doesn't sound like much, but it moves enough that it will presumably drift under load, and even with none...
    Though, may be adequate for your stated purpose...

    The tongue is 1 4/3" across; rivets are about 13/16" x 9/16" on-centers.

    The tongue is right about 2", from inner point to bar bitter-end. Note that your bar has provision for just the one
    set of rivets, and...the insert depth/distance does appear to be less.

    If you can use it, I spose I can pop it off, and send her....unless you want the bar as well.

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  4. 67L36Driver

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    Holes on the bar arn’t for rivets. For the detent dimples on the roller nose.
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    They just snap in/out.
     
  5. RenaisSAWnceMan

    RenaisSAWnceMan ArboristSite Operative

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    Ahhhh see..... Never had occasion to fuss with one. Thanks.
     

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