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Where are the oil holes that grease the chain on a 026 wood boss

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Remove the bar and chain assembly. You may have to remove the sawdust from the oil hole to find it but it will be opposite the hole in the bar ahead of the drive sprocket on the top half of the bar. Usually when you remove the bar and chain the hole can be identified by the oily sawdust in the area that I just mentioned.

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