I have a chainsaw that has a bow that needs to be resurfaced but cannot find anyone to do this . Does anyone have any leads they can give me for this?? I was browsing through older posts and saw BowMaster who said he did this.
He's Canadian, might be the accent.cscltd check this out https://www.ebay.com/itm/234319644072?hash=item368e8a05a8:g:rGAAAOSwssZhrMjd
BTW The correct spelling is "Where" not "we're" which means we are.
do PPE chaps still work as you would expectYES! the fear factor in high risk is quite exhilarating!
A bow bar's main attribute is its resistance to being pinched in the cut, very nice for clearing thick stalk, dense brush. Such as Cat Briar, Black Berry and Chinese Privet.
Yep, that is a bow blade but you would never cut with the blade that high. A bow is made to save your back and arms because you let the weight of the saw do the cutting. The bar gig has to be in contact with what you are cutting and you would never cut without the gig making contact.