Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
Husky chain saw sharpening *PIC*

john Lucas
>Below are some photos of the Husky chain saw sharpening jig that I like. There may be a better way but this is inexpensive, easy to carry and easy to use. No batteries required. You just put the jig on and sharpen all the teeth that face one side. Then flip the chainsaw, use a different set of notches on the guide and sharpen that side. Then you use the raker tooth guide and if necessary remove a little metal from this tooth. Use the same number of file strokes on each tooth to keep the saw cutting true. That's it.

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