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Ripping chain for chainsaws - where to get

 
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Hi,
I have been searching for ripping chains for my chainsaw.
Does anyone know of a quality supplier from Europe?

I only found this from USA and the postage is really too much....
https://www.granberg.com/product-category/uncategorized/discontinued-granberg-ripping-chain/

Any suggestion is welcomed.


Have a nice day,
Klemen
 
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I buy mine on ebay from archerplus, the chain for my saw is 21.95 at this time.
 
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I am in the USA and have been having a hard time finding ripping chain this year. I have a big bar with obscure pitch, gauge and drive link counts, so it is always a struggle for me. If you have some common sizes it will help. Chainsawsdirect.com baileysonline.com and oregonproducts.com are usually good places to look for chainsaw related stuff.  Good luck
 
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I have seen youtube videos where people file a normal cross-cut chain into a ripping chain.
 
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