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I am having problems with my husky 142 with the .043 gauge bar

I have been having troubles finding the right bar for my 142. The saw says to use the .043 gauge bar. does anyone know why I muse use that bar or can I use the .050 gauge bar and chain on this saw.

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Have been running saws for over 20 years and have found you can run pretty much any pitch chain on any saw (as long as the lengths matre up)

think about what you are going to be mostly cutting tho. if its softish wood get a chisel type chain.
have fun

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