Chainsaw Sharpening Grinding Stone 4 mm (453)
Smallest chainsaw sharpening bit. Does not require spacers
What can you do with it?
Sharpen the tooth of the chain.
How to use?
When sharpening a chain saw, sharpen all of the teeth going in one direction, then with the saw in the same position, line the tool up with the second 30° mark and sharpen the teeth that run in the opposing direction. Always try to do the same tooth two or three passes across each tooth. Use the spacers for the best result. They are used to move the pink or orange stones away from the attachment – so they don’t contact the attachment during operation. The pink stone (the largest) requires both spacers. The orange stone (the middle size) requires one spacer. The blue/grey stone does not require any spacers.
Materials to use on:
Chains of chainsaw.
Chainsaw Blade 30000
Example of usage
Technical details for Chainsaw Sharpening Grinding Stone 4 mm (453)
- Chainsaw chain
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Delivery details: Chainsaw Sharpening Grinding Stone 4 mm (453)
Product box length, 1 cm
Product box height, 10 cm
Product box width, 5 cm