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Chainsaw clutch drum assembly. When the engine's speed increases, the clutch engages the clutch drum and gear to drive the chain. If the chain isn't turning, the clutch drum may be defective.

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16" chain fits 3/8" pitch & .050 gas chainsaw.

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Poulan 18" Replacement Chainsaw Chain-Yellow Color Match.

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Chain .375 Pitch 52 Drive Links for 14" Saw.

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Clutch drum with bearing, washer, and clip.

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18" Chain (H46-68). 3/8 Pitch-.050 Gauge-68 Drive Links.


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Though the chainsaw has had starring roles in Hollywood’s most popular horror flicks, its true fame comes from being a staple tool for loggers and professional landscapers.

Homeowners have also discovered how chainsaws can make landscaping and yard care projects simpler for them, too. Chainsaws make it easier and faster to: Prune thick bushes and trees, Clear brush that’s too thick for a string trimmer or pole pruner, Cut up firewood, Clean up storm damage such as fallen and tangled branches and trees.

When it comes to chainsaw care, though, many people aren’t as knowledgeable as they are with other outdoor power equipment like lawn mowers.

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