This is (1) loop of Archer Chainsaw Ripping Chain, the chain is 3/8 pitch .050 gauge and has 70 drive links, this chain replaces 72RD070G and A1EP-RP-70E. This chain fits many Homelite & McCulloch models with 20" guide bars, if you know the pitch, gauge and drive link count of the chain you need your chain will always fit.
Archer Chain Saw Chain POULAN
20" Chain Ripping Chain
70 Drive Links
CS-1001, CS1001VL, CS-451, CS-452, CS-500(.375), CS-501, CS-501EVL, CS-510, CS-510EVL, CS-550(.375), CS-5500, CS-590, Timberwolf, CS-60, CS-60S, CS-600, CS-600P, CS-601, CS-602, CS-610, CS-610T, CS-620P, CS-650, CS660, CS670, CS-6700, CS-680, CS-701, CS-702, CS-706, CS-750, CS-8000, CS-900, QV-670 QV-8000
The semi-chisel cutters on this chain both left and right are in a standard sequence and have the top plate angle of each tooth set at the factory to 10 degrees for ripping wood.
Ripping chain is used for chainsaw mills for sawing slabs and boards, etc.
This chain is also used for cross-cutting, felling / bucking and cutting firewood when conditions are dirty or frozen. Semi-Chisel chain stays sharper longer then chisel chain, the round cutter will always stay sharp longer when cutting wood that is not clean.
Use a standard 7/32" chainsaw chain round file when sharpening this chain.
***This chain is a non-safety professional chainsaw chain***
Note: All Chainsaw chains are a called length, in order for your replacement chain to fit you must always match the pitch, gauge and drive link count !
The drive link count is the number of drive links in the loop of chain, the drive link is the triangular part of the chain that rides in the groove of the guide bar. The gauge is the width of the opening of your guide bar groove (or the thickness of your drive link) and the most common gauges are .043, .050, .058, and .063. Pitch is the actual measured distance between any three rivet heads on the chainsaw chain divided by two, the most common pitches are ¼”, 3/8LP(low-pro), .325, 3/8” and .404. The pitch and gauge of a chain are not easily measured so the pitch and gauge of your chain is best determined by using the chain manufacturing codes from the old chain that are found stamped on the drive links (and all the chain manufacturers use different codes) also many times the pitch, gauge, and drive link count are found stamped on the tail end of the guide bar. If you need any help in determining what size chain you need please contact us.
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