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Saw cuts in circles

Saw was working great I hit some dirt and resharpened now it cuts really croked and is binding

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Take it to a local saw shop $10± for 20". It will save you time and headaches. Consider purchase of a spare chain or 2 (about 5 minutes to fabricate with yours as a sample). Ask about a more aggressive chain if you wear PPE while cutting. HTH
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Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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