Are 16" full chisel chains available ???

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  1. HDRock

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    Looking to get a ,faster, better chain for my 35cc saw w 16" bar.
    Looking at these, the only oregon chains, I see that are yellow label

    91VX054G , LOW PROFIL, CHAMFER CHISEL CHAIN (91VX) 54, 3/8".050
    91VXL054G , CHAIN, SEMI CHISEL, 3/8 LONG TOP, 54, 3/8".050
     
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    LGX listed above is full chisel but FWIW Oregon recommends 50cc or larger saw. 91VXL is also often recommended on AS. Here's a listing by one of ebay's many great vendors:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-91VXL054G...465?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item1c2e6e4381
     
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    Yes it is for the Beaver ,model # 60013202, 54 drive links, if necessary I'll get another bar
    I just want something better than ,basic low pro chain
    Been getting my chains here, http://customcare.co/products/91vxl054g-chain, I get them in 2 days, there is also an additional discount code(tryusout), they also have a store on eBay ,http://stores.ebay.com/customcareoutdoorpowerparts
     
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    Your saw runs Lo-profile 3/8", Oregon 91 series or similar from Stihl, etc. It cannot run 7x series 3/8" chain, even with the right bar/sprocket combo that saw can't pull it efficiently. You're talking 35cc here, man! The Oregon stuff will work great for you, though that saw would be happier with a 12" bar, in my opinion.
     
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    Ditto. If you want to pull a more aggressive chain, take a look at the poulan 5020, put on a 16 inch bar with some lgx chain and you'll have nice little cutter.
     
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    I am gonna second or third or whatever - the idea of pulling 16" of full chisel with your 35CC beaver is asking a whole bunch from that saw. I think you may find out that it will puke on you in the cut. You will probably stall the chain more than you want.
     
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    Stihl has a full chisel version of their Picco chain that would work well on that saw. You most likely would have to have them cut the loop to size either off a bulk reel or from a longer loop.
     
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    Stihl shop near me has bulk of every chain stihl has.
    They made up a 14" chisel for my old craftsman.
    Got to keep the rpms up, it not quit enough power to work it hard but good back up & light weight for liming

    63PMC
     
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    Thanks for the info/input , I will try a 91VXL054G , looks like it will be better than the 91VG054G
    If I don't need the power and bar length, of the husky 61 , I use the beaver , cuz that 61 gets heavy pretty quick .
    I'll get a different chain for the old 32cc craftsmen also, cuz It's really light and runs like a top. Was a good buy @ $35
    But ya know what ! I got the chain saw bug ;lol So I think I'm gonna have to fill the other nitch with a 45cc or so :)
     
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    Call Boog, He's got plenty of saws, He might even sell 1 or 2 if you sweet talk him a little.;lol A C
     
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    HD, an 024 026 or MS 250 would fill in real well. A C
     
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    Thanks A C, I'll check into that, gotta use what I got right now cuz SCORE !! free wood lot (ash) see new thread Free firewood score, how to get it out ??
     
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