GB double ended chainsaw milling bars. These can work with x2 different chainsaws and mean there is no need to buy another big saw for those large logs. Or alternatively you can use with one powerhead and a helper handle with roller. BUT you will need to do some research and see what you are getting into as well as answer all the questions everyone always asks when thinking of using these double ended bars NB – check out the vid links just below
GB double ended chainsaw milling bars.
These can work with x2 differnet chainsaws and mean there is no need to buy another big saw for those large logs. Or alternatively you can use with one powerhead and a helper handle with roller.
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- Read out article on arbtalk here to see more info on double ended milling.
What saws can I use? Most of these saws will all work fine in whatever combination you have.
Stihl saws – no adapter required
050, 051, 070, 075
076, 08, 084, 090
Stihl saws – requires
> GB1214 adapter found here.
026, MS260, MS261
027, MS270, MS271
028, MS280, MS281029, MS290, MS291
034, MS340, MS341
036, MS360, MS361, MS362
038, MS380, MS381
039, MS390, MS391
041, 044, MS440, MS441
045, MS450, MS451
046, MS460, MS461
048, 065, MS650, MS651
064, MS640, MS641
066, MS660, MS661,
By now you will have read all the info and watched the articles! But there are many different saw combos you can use – as a rule of thumb pretty much any saw 60cc to 120cc will work with another saw that is 60cc to 120cc.
Husqvarna saws – requires
GB914 adapter found here.
61, 64, 65, 66, 70, 77, 160, 162
163, 180, 181, 185, 260, 263, 266
268, 272, 280, 281, 285, 288, 298
365, 365XP, 371, 372XP, 380, 385XP
390XP, 394XP, 395XP, 575XP, 576XP
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