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## How do I know what size my chainsaw chain is?

Simply put, **the type of chainsaw file you need directly corresponds with the size of your chain pitch. The larger the pitch will mean the higher the cutting teeth will be. The higher the teeth will therefore mean the larger the file will need to be.**

## How do I know what size chain I have?

To measure the chain size, if you have just the sprocket, **use calipers to measure between the teeth.****Measure from center to center of where the chain roller would set between the teeth that will give you the pitch. Once you know the pitch you can determine what chain size you would need.**

## What do the numbers on chainsaw chain mean?

Most consumer saws use a type of 3/8x26quot; chain called x26quot;low profilex26quot;. We call it Picco. A few older saws use 1/2x26quot; pitch chain. **The second is the gauge, or the thickness of the drive lugs. 0.050x26quot; (1.3 mm) and 0.058x26quot; (1.5 mm) are most common, 0.043x26quot; (1.1 mm) and 0.063x26quot; (1.6mm) less common.**

## How do I identify my chain?

If you are replacing a Stihlxae chain, you can **look at the numbers on the side of the chain to determine pitch, gauge, and other characteristics of the chain. Example: Your chain has the number 33RM2 stamped in the side of it. The last three numbers (or letters) denote characteristics of the chain.**

## How do I know what size chain is on my Stihl chainsaw?

**No, chainsaw blades are not universal, not every bar and chain will fit on your machine. Chainsaw chains need to have the correct specification to fit on your bar. If you have a chain that is too long or too narrow it will not fit. Mixing brands of chains is no problem as long as they are compatible.**

## How do I know what number chain I have?

**Most roller chain has the size stamped right into the side plates. You may see something like x26quot;40x26quot;, x26quot;C2080Hx26quot; or x26quot;10Bx26quot; stamped in, which the industry number that represents the chain size. Old chains will most likely need to be cleaned in order to see the size.**

## How do I know if my chain is 35 or 40?

Another key point to note is that **sprockets for the #35 chain are usually smaller than 40,41 and 420 sprockets. So you can use an axle sprocket with more teeth without having clearance issues. You’ll also find that the clutches that use the #35 chains have 12 or 14 teeth in comparison to 10 teeth on 420 chain clutches.**

## Which is bigger 35 or 40 chain?

After a measurement is obtained, its a good idea to opt for a necklace size that is **at least the second size up from your neck size. For example, if you have an 18 inch neck, you should probably choose a chain length of 20 inches or more. An 18 inch chain would feel too tight.**

## What does the number 72 mean on a chainsaw chain?

72 x3d **3/8 pitch .050 gauge or 1.3mm. 73 x3d 3/8 pitch .058 gauge or 1.5mm.**

## How do I identify my chainsaw chain?

325 and three-eighths (. 375) pitches pertain to the spacing between the rivets. That spacing is important when you are cutting. The . 325 is **a smaller top cutter and tie strap, which makes it easier for the saw to turn and draw less energy, particularly from the user.**

## What does 325 mean on a chainsaw bar?

Find the gauge of the chain by locating the number stamped on the drive link. **A 1 equals a 0.043-inch gauge, 3 equals a 0.050-inch gauge, 5 corresponds to a 0.058-inch gauge, 6 means the chain has a 0.063-inch gauge.****A 0 means the chain has a 0.080-inch gauge, but this gauge size is found only on the Harvester chain.**

## How do I find my chain number?

Chain Dimensions Chain types are identified by number; ie. a number 40 chain. **The rightmost digit is 0 for chain of the standard dimensions; 1 for lightweight chain; and 5 for rollerless bushing chain. The digits to the left indicate the pitch of the chain in eighths of an inch.**

## How do I identify a chain link?

Another key point to note is that **sprockets for the #35 chain are usually smaller than 40,41 and 420 sprockets. So you can use an axle sprocket with more teeth without having clearance issues. You’ll also find that the clutches that use the #35 chains have 12 or 14 teeth in comparison to 10 teeth on 420 chain clutches.**

## How do I know my chainsaw chain size?

To get the correct size, simply **count 3 rivets on the chain and measure the distance between them from the centre points.****Now divide this by half to get your size. As an example, three rivets that measure xbd an inch across divided by two gives you a pitch of a xbc inch.**

## What do the numbers on a Stihl chainsaw chain mean?

Find the gauge of the chain by locating the number stamped on the drive link. A 1 equals a 0.043-inch gauge, 3 equals a 0.050-inch gauge, 5 corresponds to a 0.058-inch gauge, 6 means the chain has a 0.063-inch gauge. A 0 means the chain has a 0.080-inch gauge, but this gauge size is found only on the Harvester chain.

## How do I know what number my chain is?

To measure the chain size, if you have just the sprocket, **use calipers to measure between the teeth. Measure from center to center of where the chain roller would set between the teeth that will give you the pitch. Once you know the pitch you can determine what chain size you would need.**

## What size chain is on a 20 in Stihl chainsaw?

Oregon Chainsaw chain for Stihl Chainsaw 20x26quot; Bar Length 72 Drive links **3/8 Standard 0.05 Gauge**

## How can I figure out my own number?

For every Android phone, regardless of manufacturer, you’ll be able to find your phone number if you go to **Settings x26gt; About Phone or About Device x26gt; Status x26gt; My phone number. Some Android phones will have SIM or SIM card status listed within Status.**

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## How do I know if my chain is #35?

3/8 in.

## What is the difference between a 35 and a 40 chain?

**Add the multiplied chainstay length, the divided number of teeth for the chainring and rear sprocket, and add 1 (or 2.5 cm). The result is the ideal chain length for your bike. For example, you’d add 32.5, 13, 7 and 1 to get 53.5. The length of the chain should be 53.5 inches or 135.89 cm.**

## What is the difference between a 35 chain and a 40 chain?

#420 will have more strength than the #41 chain because the side plates will be taller. **#40 will be the beefiest chain in this class. This will help with thicker sprockets since there is more room between the side plates. #41 will look just like the #420 chain, but will stand shorter.**

## Which is bigger 41 or 40 chain?

SizePitchMaximum roller diameter350.375 in (9.53 mm)0.200 in (5.08 mm)410.500 in (12.70 mm)0.306 in (7.77 mm)40**0.500 in (12.70 mm)****0.312 in (7.92 mm)**500.625 in (15.88 mm)0.400 in (10.16 mm)11 more rows

## What is chain size 40?

SizePitch (P)Weight (Per Ft)**35-2****0.375x26quot;****0.46 LBS****35-3****0.375x26quot;****0.70 LBS****35-4****0.375x26quot;****0.95 LBS**3 more rows