Chainsaw Sharpening

Chainsaw Sharpening

Keeping your chainsaw sharp is important, a sharp chain decreases the stress caused to both your chain and saw, prolonging the life of each component and reducing the overall running costs.

A blunt chain will over heat. This causes it to stretch which in turn wears both the guide bar and drive sprocket. In addition, the added resistance requires more power making the engine work harder than it needs to, causing more wear internally and using more fuel.

Within this section of our website you will find all of the tools that can be used to sharpen your chain. It is a bit of a mine-field, until you find the solution that is right for you. Then, routine maintenance will be quick and easy with rewarding results.

For a complete guide to sharpening chainsaws, Click here.

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  1. Stihl Sprocket Check Gauge

    Stihl Sprocket Check Gauge

    £1.20

    For determining the degree of wear on the chain sprockets.

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  2. Stihl File Handle Wooden

    Stihl File Handle Wooden

    £1.36

    For all round, triangular and flat files

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  3. Swiss Made Round Chainsaw File 5.5mm (Select pack size for price)

    Swiss Made Round Chainsaw File 5.5mm (Select pack size for price)

    £0.00

    For some 3/8 and most .404 Chainsaw Chains

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  4. Swiss Made Round Chainsaw File 4.0mm (Select pack size for price)
  5. Swiss Made Round Chainsaw File 5.0mm (Select pack size for price)
  6. Swiss Made Round Chainsaw File 4.8mm (Select pack size for price)
  7. Oregon File Handle

    Oregon File Handle

    £2.00

    Fits most files

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  8. Stihl File Handle Plasitic

    Stihl File Handle Plasitic

    £2.30

    Plastic handle with filing angles for all round files.

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