Did I read this right?

Sean McGillicuddy Posted By Sean McGillicuddy, May 14, 2013 at 12:42 PM

  1. Sean McGillicuddy

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  2. fossil

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    Looks to me like you reeded it with ample rightosity.
     
  3. PapaDave

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    Pretty sure the 18" doesn't really have 755 drive links.!!!
    Perhaps someone with more knowledge than I can comment?
     
  4. Sean McGillicuddy

    Sean McGillicuddy
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    I wish when you hit edit you can edit the title also!
    I no can spell!
     
  5. Danno77

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    I didn't see that, but if it says it, then it's WRONG! lol
     
  6. PapaDave

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    On the other hand, it's on the internet. Must be right,...right?

    SKU1044144
    Chainsaw Chain | Brand : CountyLine® | Product Type : Standard Chisel | Saw Pitch : 3/8 in. | Gauge : 0.05 in. | Number of Drive Links : 755 | Warranty : 1-Year Limited | Bar Length : 18
     
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  7. Danno77

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    bonjour
     
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    ;lol Fixed it for ya, Bud.
     
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  9. PapaDave

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  10. MrWhoopee

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    Always happy to see someone stand up for literacy, it doesn't seem to be fashionable these days.;)

    Based on the part numbers and specs of the other chains, I'd say it's 72 drive links.

    Bad proofreader! No doughnut!
     
  11. Danno77

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    anyway, back to the topic on hand. I don't think that will fit, but I'm not a husqy expert. A quick (not thorough) google search tells me that you need a .325/.050 x 72DL, the one on that website is .375/.050x??DL (.375=3/8)

    anybody else confirm this?
     
  12. nate379

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    I think you'd have to be depserated to bvuy thtaahiandsfl;kna;sdff;lks;l
     
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  13. Sean McGillicuddy

    Sean McGillicuddy
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    I love my Stihl chains!I do not plan to switch , I just noticed this,and was wondering!:cool:
     
  14. nate379

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    Sorry that was the board seizing up my computer. I guess it still posted!
     
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  15. bogydave

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    Most times you get what you pay for.
    Off brand cheaper saw chain, I think "made in China"
     
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  16. KaptJaq

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    I see a lot of 0.085 gauge chains there but no 0.058 gauge. Are they typos like the 755 links?

    KaptJaq
     
  17. nate379

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    Likely a pencil pusher that has no idea what a chainsaw is that loaded up that webpage.
     
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  18. Fifelaker

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    72 links of .375=20" 68 links husky 66 for stihl=18" As said above I think that is china stuff. I would like to "Test the 1 year warranty".
     
  19. Thistle

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    Last I was at local Northern Tool in November to my surprise they still had a couple sizes of Oregon LGX 72 yellow label full comp chain on the shelves.Even the 20" 70 link which is scarce around here in loops.Back when I started cutting over 30 yrs ago all you could find at farm supply stores,hardware stores & saw/OPE shops were full comp,not that worthless safety chain with the folded over rakers that's at all big box stores too.
     
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