Well after doing a search I can't find anyone who has answered this question before. What is the maximum length bar that can be used on a 60cc saw? I am talking using a 7 pin sprocket 3/8 skip chain and not leaning on the saw expecting to light saber thru big hardwood. More specifically I got hurt pretty bad a couple of years ago and now I find that I can't lug a big saw around like I used to. I am thinking of using my old firewood bucking saw (Sachs Dolmar 116si) as a felling and big wood saw and using my newly acquired J-reds (2051 turbo and 2050 turbo) for bucking and limbing. Right now the 116si has a 20" bar with full comp chain and pulls it well as long as I don't lean into a cut with half my body weight. I occasionally get into a 4+ ft tree and was thinking about getting a 28 to 32 inch bar to handle the big stuff. I don't plan on going crazy and running a 48" on it but was more curious if anyone had ran a 3 ft bar on a 60cc saw before or if I would be pushing it to get a 28" bar to pull skip chain?