- Dimensiones del producto: 15,2 x 3,3 x 8,4 cm ; 404 g
- Número de modelo del producto: 72LPX084G
- ASIN: B002VMGVW6
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 19 de enero de 2016
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Oregon 72LPX084G 84 Drive Link Super cadena 70 cincel, 3/8Inch
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Esta cadena de repuesto características de nivel profesional chisel-like moldes que completamente Sever madera fibras en una sola pasada. U.S.A. Bar Longitud (en.): 24, paso de la cadena (en.)Cadena: 3/8, Calibre (en.): .050, Tipo de cadena: 72lp, Drive Enlaces (Qty.)Tamaño de archivo: 84, (en.): 7/32
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72: This is from Oregon's 'Super 70' pro-chain family - probably the best selling chain in the forestry industry for as long as it has been made. It is the "go to" chain for most uses. The 72 specifies that the pitch and gauge are: 3/8" pitch, .050" gauge.
LPX: The LPX specifies a full-sequence version. This means it has all of it's teeth. A JPX would specify a skip-sequence chain, meaning it has fewer teeth to do the cutting. Skip-tooth versions have uses in production cutting, but if you've never heard of them before now you almost surely won't need one. Unless you know you need something else, always go with the full-sequence version of a chain.
084: Number of drive links (not teeth, though in full sequence chains they match). The more drive links, the longer the chain. 84 links translates to about a 25" bar length, though it can vary based on the bar dimensions. For instance, on Stihl this fits their 25" bar, but I think Husqvarna and Oregon consider it a 24". In either case, you need to purchase by the combination of link count, gauge and pitch. Get those right and you are fine.
G: I have no idea, but the letter started showing up a while ago.
WARNING: These are "yellow" chains (colored by a yellow link) and that means they have a chisel set that grabs wood hard enough to cause pull and kickback. On a heavier saw this chain will pull a smaller log into you, which can force the saw back and onto your leg and not hit the bar brake. The kickback danger zone of the bar is slightly larger, but considerably more likely to kick back than reduced-kick designs.
People often buy yellow chains ("pro") thinking they are "better" in some way. This is not the case. Reduced kick (green) chains will cut just as fast, or at least close enough that the way you drive the saw is more important than the chain. You should generally go with reduced-kick chains whenever you can. The reason we still need these yellow versions is to do cuts that actually require extreme grab - like when you plunge the tip into a large tree at full bore, in order to set up a controlled drop. Green chains have a chisel cut that largely makes plunge cutting hard, if not impossible. This is usually a good thing, because plunging the tip of an aggressive-chisel chain/bar at full speed into a tree is pretty risky. Don't do it unless you have some training.
Sharpening: If you sharpen this chain (or any 72LPX chain regardless of drive count), you will need a 7/32" file and use a 25 degree offset with a 10 degree up angle. As always, drive into the link. Depth should be .025" but I drive some chains deeper for soft woods on warm days, and some chains more shallow for hard woods and anything frozen solid - but I keep a pile of chains. If you just keep one chain around, have your local hardware store sharpen it for you. They will know this chain and how to sharpen it - it is about as "standard" a profile as you will get.
The fit and finish was perfect and had no issues mounting or during testing. Highly recommended bar and chain.
- cutting speed
- kick back risk
This chain does last Long as Long the wood is clean. I use this chain for cut down trees to get them into pieces. (Felling I make with semi chisel chains with less kick back risk).
Recommend this chain when you have a lot to cut in a short time. Do not be afraid of the chain, but think when you cut. Then you will love it! Its a timer saver.