Question about Garden
I have tapped the bolster pivot pin with a small hammer to tighten loose knife blades, but you have to be careful not to scar the knife or smack the bolster pin too hard or the blade will seize and be hard to open or close. If the pin has been necked by the blade (worn in the middle where the blade contacts the pivot pin, you'll have to replace the pin.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a slide bolt on the side of all chain saws that allow tightning of the chain. You loosen this bolt and slide the chain bar forward until you can just slide a dime under the chain and the bar. It may take a couple of adjustments as the chain stretches a little after it gets warmed up by the friction of the bar.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Aug 21, 2014 | Garden
They can be forged blades-thick and heavy blades, or else stamped blades-with no bolster. They are made in different ways.
Feb 13, 2013 | Home
This depends of the knife
purpose and on your preference. What you should do is consider the following
Fixed blade knives are stronger because the blade runs through the handle
and therefore are good for heavy-duty work
• Folding blades are easier to carry; they are not as strong as the fixed blades and they are harder to clean because of their pivot point.
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You do not have to remove any screws. Extend the blade outward
using the thumb slide on top of the knife. There is a small black pushbutton on
the opposite side from the lock button. Depress the button on the side and
using the other hand, grab the blade with your thumb and forefinger to pull the
blade out. It may require a little wiggling. Now the new blade can be slide in
and locked into place. The black pushbutton controls the locking mechanism that
keeps the blade from pulling out.
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