Question about Husqvarna Husky 165
Sharpening your chain can be done easily, Make sure you have the correct file for your chain, Most common is 5/32, Unless you have a massive chainsaw then it may be a 7/32 file.
First place the chainsaw on a nice level surface to avoid any slippage. Next you'll want to hold the file in the groove of the cutting tooth and make 3-4 strokes of the same length inside the cutting tooth (the silver part). Make sure to do the exact same amount of strokes to each tooth.
You'll notice you can only do one "side" of the chain at a time, then you'll have to spin you chainsaw around to get the teeth that face the other way.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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