I bought this when I was pretty green then a friend showed me how to file on my own. I haven’t used this in years so it’s time to let it go. It’s in great shape and comes with the following carbides: 5/32” for 3/8”LP chain, 3/16” for .325, and 7/32” for 3/8” chain. It also has the 25 and 35...
I was going to make some comments on existing threads, but i thought I'd start my own here. Before I do though, I want to shout out to @Gaudaost and @trains for their help either through posting their own learnings or through directly helping me to understand things more.
What are the better chain sharpeners choices?
I don't sharpen enough to perfect my skills, so I want something that I can slap on my chain, no fussing around making tedious adjustments, sharpen quickly, and get to work sawing.
I tried hand sharpening, but I'm not getting those nice big...
I got sick of sharpening my saw on the tailgate using the cable as a support.
This fit's in the space between the bed and the tailgate.
I've already replaced the wingnut with a coupler and a piece of 3/8 round welded on for a T handle, much more leverage.