Granberg Ripping Chain

 

 

Ripping Chain Basics:

Granberg offers all standard pitch and gauge combinations for ripping chain. To order, click on the "Buy" tab at the top of this page and you will be directed to our online store. This page is intended to help customers which is the right chain for their saw.

To order chain, you need to know the pitch, gauge and number of drive links. If you do not know this information, it is usually stamped on the saw bar. You can also use the number on the drive link for pitch and gage and then count the drive links (see chart below for Oregon and Carlton chain classification). Ripping chain should run in a bar that is not worn. A worn bar will cause the bar to wander and the mill to cut unevenly.

 

 

 

Pitch and Gage conversion for chain by manufacturer:

Husqvarna part number Pitch Gauge (mm)
H21 0.325 0.058 (1.5)
H22 0.325 0.050 (1.3)
H23 0.325 0.050 (1.3)
H25 0.325 0.058 (1.5)
H26 0.325 0.063 (1.6)
H30 0.325 0.050 (1.3)
H35 3/8 (0.375) LO PRO 0.050 (1.3)
H36 3/8 (0.375) LO PRO 0.050 (1.3)
H42 3/8 (0.375) 0.058 (1.5)
H45 3/8 (0.375) 0.063 (1.6)
H46 3/8 (0.375) 0.063 (1.6)
H47 + H47-S 3/8 (0.375) 0.063 (1.6)
H48  + H48-S 3/8 (0.375) 0.058 (1.5)
H54 3/8 (0.375) 0.058 (1.5)
H80 3/8 (0.375) 0.050 (1.3)
H81 3/8 (0.375) 0.058 (1.5)
H82 3/8 (0.375) 0.050 (1.3)
H83 3/8 (0.375) 0.063 (1.6)
H57 0.404 0.063 (1.6)
H64 0.404 0.063 (1.6)
Stihl pitch number
(stamped on drive link)
Stihl gauge number
(stamped on depth gauge)
3 = .050 2 = .325
5 = .058 3= 3/8 (.375)
6 = .063 4 = .404
  5 = 3/8 Low Profile
Oregon Chain Carlton Chain
91 = 3/8 low pro, .050 GAGE  N1C = 3/8 low pro, .050 GAGE 
33 =.325 .050 K1 = .325 .050
34 =.325 .058 K2 = .325 .058
35 =.325 .063 K3 = .325 .063
20 =.325 .050 B2 = .404 .058
21 =.325 .058 B3 = .404 .063
22 =.325 .063 A1 = 3/8 .050
51 =.404 .058 A2 = 3/8 .058
52 =.404 .063 A3 = 3/8 .063
72 = 3/8 .050  
73 = 3/8 .058  
75 = 3/8 .063  

To order a loop of chain, go to "Buy" section of Granberg.com. Specify chain PITCH(.325, 3/8 or .404), bar GAUGE (.050, .058 or .063) and the number of   DRIVE LINKS. There will be a labor charge of $3.00 per loop.