Menu
Your Cart

Due to the disruption in the global container shipping industry, we are experiencing delays in receiving goods from manufacturers. If your order is required urgently, please contact us for up-to-date availability. Thank you for your understanding.

Useful Information

All chainsaw chains are marked with a manufacturers code on one side of the drive link – this number identifies the type of chain your saw uses.

Next you’ll need to measure how long your chain is – please don’t use a tape measure as your chain will have stretched over time. Simply count the number of drive links.

 

Identify parts of a chainsaw chain

There are four basic components of saw chain 

  1. Cutter
  2. Rivet
  3. Drive Link
  4. Tie Strap

 

 

 

 

Parts of a CutterIdentify Parts of a Chainsaw Chain 2

  1. Top Plate
  2. Cutting Corner
  3. Slide Plate
  4. Depth Gauge
  5. Gullet
  6. Toe
  7. Heel
  8. Rivet Hole
  9. Clearance Angle
  10. Depth Gauge

 

There are no products to list in this category.