Question about Garden
Chain saws don't have an arbor. They do have covers over the clutch system that drives the chain that are held on by two (sometimes one) nuts. You only have to remove the cover to change the chain, not the clutch. The nuts are the normal lefty/loosey righty/tighty on all the chain saws I've worked on. Can't say much more without knowing what kind of chainsaw you have.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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