.325 PITCH .050 GAUGE – G728-0

(1 customer review)

$0.40

4 WEEK LEAD TIME

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Not familiar with Granberg terminology? Here’s some quick definitions:

1 LOOP = 1 CHAIN. A loop of chain means one length of chain that has been linked together. * We loop every chain unless otherwise requested, so they are ready to use out of the box. There is a $3 loop handling charge added to every chain.

DRIVE LINK COUNT= NUMBER OF DRIVE TEETH. These teeth are located on the inside of the chain and sit in the groove of the bar. A correct drive link count is essential for correct chain fit.

General Description: Granberg ripping saw chain is made up of one set (2) scoring cutters and one set (2) clearing cutters. While there are many companies that sell chain for milling, no other company offers ripping chain that features our specific modifications to the top plate. Our process shaves off approximately half of the tooth lengthwise on the first and second cutter links of each 4 link group. By this method, each tooth takes only ¼ of the kerf, takes less feeding pressure than conventional chain, cuts faster, smoother, and takes less power than conventional full tooth (cross cut) chain.

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1 review for .325 PITCH .050 GAUGE – G728-0

  1. Phil

    Got this chain a year or so ago- 80links for a 20″bar. It fits a little more snug than the Husqvarna and Oregon chains, but runs very well.
    I was having trouble sharpening the scoring cutters using the standard 3/16 file that I use on my other chains. I use 30deg for the clearing and 10deg for the scoring cutters. I was curious if perhaps the scoring cutters use a different file diameter? Thank you for any assistance you can provide!

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