Even with proper sharpening and maintenance, there's only so much sharpening and filing you can do before a chainsaw chain outlives its usefulness. While small nicks can be fixed, broken or cracked cutter teeth can leave the chain beyond repair. You should replace the chain immediately if the rivets are damaged or if the chain no longer maintains the proper tension.
The selection below features some of our most popular chains in various sizes. To verify the chain fits your model, click the part name below to visit the part page and enter your model number in the box that says Will this part fit my model? If you don't see your chain below, enter your model number in the search bar above to find it.
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