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SOURCE: remington 14'' limb&trim..chain questions

The honest answer to will any 14" chain fit is no! It is "YES" if it has 50 drive links, a 3/8 pitch, and a gauge of 0.050 will; provided you are using the original bar or a suitable substitute. Manufacturers almost never tell you these numbers. They want you to purchase replacements from them. Any merchant, that sells chain, given (50, 3/8, 0.050) this information can fabricate a replacement chain and unless you tell them differently it will most likely be a green chain. A local merchant will save shipping and handling fees. I enjoyed this exercise in painting with text. I hope you have a better understanding of your question. Thank You.

If you go here:
Oregon Bar & Chain Selector
http://www.oregonchain.com/pro/lookups/selguide.aspx?BusId=OCS&SellReg=USA&LangId=ENG
Input "Remington; LNT-2; 14"; All; All; All"
It tells you there are 50 drive links (the important part of length, ±1 drive link may still be 14” but will not fit); it has a pitch of 3/8 (there are other pitches available); it has a gauge of 0.050 (0.043 & 0.058 also common). If you read the Triangular information tags you will see different chains have more or less chance of kickback. I will not purchase anything with a green tag but have been using chainsaws since 1980 and wear full PPE. I hope this clarifies this part of your question.

Your OM
http://shoppingcart.msservicecompany.com/msservice_net/product_files/RPS96/RPS96_OM.pdf

A much better Remington explanation of chain installation.
http://shoppingcart.msservicecompany.com/msservice_net/product_files/113005-01D/113005-01D_OM.pdf

My explanation/example (gas but similar). The repair is the same; burrs are often created when the chain comes off at speed.
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4146814-chainsaw_chain_installation

If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. Thank you for using FixYa and Good Luck. HTH
Lou

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The honest answer to will any 14" chain fit is no! It is "YES" if it has 50 drive links, a 3/8 pitch, and a gauge of 0.050 will; provided you are using the original bar or a suitable substitute. Manufacturers almost never tell you these numbers. They want you to purchase replacements from them. Any merchant, that sells chain, given (50, 3/8, 0.050) this information can fabricate a replacement chain and unless you tell them differently it will most likely be a green chain. A local merchant will save shipping and handling fees. I enjoyed this exercise in painting with text. I hope you have a better understanding of your question. Thank You.

If you go here:
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http://www.oregonchain.com/pro/lookups/selguide.aspx?BusId=OCS&SellReg=USA&LangId=ENG
Input "Remington; LNT-2; 14"; All; All; All"
It tells you there are 50 drive links (the important part of length, ±1 drive link may still be 14” but will not fit); it has a pitch of 3/8 (there are other pitches available); it has a gauge of 0.050 (0.043 & 0.058 also common). If you read the Triangular information tags you will see different chains have more or less chance of kickback. I will not purchase anything with a green tag but have been using chainsaws since 1980 and wear full PPE. I hope this clarifies this part of your question.

Your OM
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A much better Remington explanation of chain installation.
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http://www.fixya.com/support/r4146814-chainsaw_chain_installation

If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. Thank you for using FixYa and Good Luck. HTH
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