***Sharpening Chainsaw Chains-$7 and Stihl chain sales*** (Sherwood)

schmeltzer rd. near neil rd.

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-Chains sharpened, $7 per chain. Round or square ground.
-Bar tips replaced $35. I stock both Oregon / Husqvarna and Stihl tips.
-Bar rails ground $10 per bar.

I am offering my chainsaw sharpening services for only $7 per chain I will round grind your chainsaw chains or square grind your chisel chains. My machines will get your chains teeth razor sharp. I will also grind all of the rakers (depth guage) to the proper depth and all will be exact.

I can now grind your chainsaw bar rails with my Foley Chainsaw Bar Rail grinder for only $10 per bar. This will make your bar cut straight and true again. If you need your roller bar tip replaced I stock both Oregon and Stihl bar tips in 3/8".

I also sell professional Stihl (33RSLF-3/8" pitch x .050" guage) full skip square ground chisel and Stihl Picco 3/8"x.050" chain saw chain.

Stihl full skip square ground chisel and Stihl Picco chain are $1.10 per bar inch. Stihl chain prices: 20" bar =$22.00, 24" bar =$26.40, 28" bar = $30.80 and a 32" bar = $35.20.

This is by far the best deal around on chain. I can make up whatever length you need while you wait.

If you are currently taking your chains to a shop to have sharpened you are paying too much, waiting too long and your chains are not being cared for as I will do.

After having me sharpen your chains you probably won't ever hand sharpen your chains again. Hand sharpening just doesn't give your teeth the proper angles or depths and as far as your rakers you are only guessing how long they are by the amount of file strokes. My machine ground chains should last twice as long as an improperly hand filed chain.

I am available 7-days for your needs. I can either sharpen your chains while you wait or you can drop them off and pick them up later.

Cash, paypal, Cashapp, Zelle pay and credit cards accepted.

Call Clint at 503-312-6318 or you can e-mail me through Craigslist.

Also here are some chainsaw bar maintenance tips: 1. Each time you put a new chain on flip the bar over this will give you twice the life out of the bar. 2. Check the tip of your bar near the sprocket and if you see a small pin hole that means you can grease your bar sprocket. Just clean out that small pin hole with compressed air and use a needle greaser (which they sell at Bi-Mart for about $9.00) to give it a few shots of grease and this will extend your bars tip sprocket. 3. Also run your finger nails down the side of your bar with the chain off of it and if you feel a rolled over lip at the bottom you need to either use a hand file or a 4 1/2" grinder to take that lip off. If you have that lip on your bar it will cause the saw to not cut straight.

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