Chainsaw Specialists | Files and filing accessories | Files and filing kits
The filing kit comprising 2 round files, 1 flat file, roller guide, depth gauge and handle . This is highly recommended (choice of sizes to suit all types of chain and all chainsaws) The guide ensures you will be filing at the correct angle for your chain, as well as making it much easier to file. The filing kit for the 137, 142, 235 and 235e Husqvarna chainsaws is the .325 pixel. The filing kit for the 236 and 236e Husqvarna chainsaws is the 3/8 LP. The filing kit for the 240e Husqvarna chainsaw is the .325 pixel for machines up to approx. March 2010, and the 3/8 LP kit for machines after approx. March 2010. If you are not sure which one you have, please ring us.If you are not sure which file kit is suitable for your chainsaw, please either email or ring us and we will let you know which is the correct kit.
Chainsaw file. Also available in boxes of 12.File size for the 137, 142, 235, 235e and 240e Husqvarna is the 4.8mm.
Pack of a dozen round chainsaw files. Also available singly. If you are not sure which files are suitable for your chain please either email or ring us for information.File size for the 137, 142, 235, 235e and 240e Husqvarna is the 4.8mm.
Fits both the round and the flat files. Patented file locking system that can hold round files or flat files. 25° and 30° guides ensure correct file angling.
One 6" flat file. Also available in boxes of 12.
Pack of a dozen 6" flat files. Also available singly.
Specially designed file gauges that give the filing angles, use together with the round files. With a correct sharpened chain your work will be easier and safer. If you are not sure which size is suitable for your chain please ring or email for details
Combination gauges are specially designed with a file gauge and depth gauge to put together in one tool. Use together with round and flat files for a correct fling angle. With a correct sharpened chain your work will be easier and safer.
Specially designed depth gauges that give the correct filing angles, use together with the flat files. With the correct raker clearance you get the maximum performance.
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