MUST HAVE 1/4 SPROCKET FITTED.
New Panther Mini Range which will eventually include 8″/10″/12″/14″/16″/18″/20″ versions for Stihl/Husky/Echo/Makita [and likely others but you need to sniff out a 1/4 drive sprocket].
Rebranded, re built from a new manufacturer – and we got new Panther Mini Chains to run on these [which will include some skip link versions for 16″/18″/20″ yep you heard that right].
These new style bars are re branded [check out the pics], re built, re part numbered, re packaged to make it easier to ID.
For example: E0/E1+M0/M1-16-Mini is the part number and it does what it says on the tin – E0/E1 means Echo Group 0 and Group 1 saws. M0/M1 means Makita Group 0 and Group 1 saws. 16 = 16″. Mini stands for Panther Mini. I know it’s a shock to have part numbers that actually help the customer but why not!
Packaging – it’ll tell you on the back of the sleeve what it fits – it’ll also tell you part numbers of 1/4 drive sprockets should you need one.
And we will have new Panther Mini Chain to run on these bars – we have committed to a rather large amount of Panther Mini products [cause we get tired of running out of stock all the time!]
The original 1/4 .043 picco chain was the Stihl 3670-71PM3 and this chain was ground breaking in it being the smoothest, thinnest and cleanest cutting chain on the market. There are now variations on this chain from other suppliers and all give the smoothest and most controlled cut you can get with a chainsaw. Panther mini bars with Panther mini chain allow you to take full advantage of this technology on the widest range of bars to be found anywhere – no one else carrys this range in the world.
For Husky 535i, T535i, 536Li, T536i, 540i, T540i 1/4 sprocket click here
For Echo CS-2511WES, Echo CS-2511TES 1/4 sprocket click here
For Echo CS-2500T 1/4 sprocket click here
For Makita XCU03, XCU04, XCU06, DUC303, DUC353, DUC254s, DUC256s, DUC305s, DUC306s, Dolmar AS-1925, AS-3626 click here
Hey these 1/4 Sprockets don’t fit my saw – do you have any others?
Ans: I expect so – type the saw model and 1/4 sprocket into the top of the website – it may bring one up for you.