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Timber Tuff Upright Bench Mount Electric Chainsaw Chain Sharpener

Blain # 619210 | Mfr # CS-BWM

$128.99

A dull chainsaw chain is inefficient and a safety hazard. Don’t waste time and money taking it to get it sharpened when you can do-it-yourself with the Timber Tuff Upright Bench Mount Electric Chainsaw Chain Sharpener. Mount it either on your wall or work bench to sharpen at any height that is more comfortable for you. You won’t believe how easy sharpening a chain saw is when you try the Timber Tuff Upright Bench Mount Electric Chainsaw Chain Sharpener.

Features

  • Mounts on the wall or bench
  • Upright design
  • Includes work light
  • Easy and accurate sharpening
  • ETL approved

Technical Description

Input power:230W
Maximum speed:3600 RPM
Includes
3 Grinding Wheels:3/16", 1/8", 1/4"
Motor:110 V/60 Hz
Quantity: 1
Application: Chain Saw Sharpening

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Timber Tuff Upright Bench Mount Electric Chainsaw Chain Sharpener
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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jon S: looks same as oregon grinder for less money Mar 27, 2014
Rick J: Great Price Feb 24, 2014
Carl B: price and the appearance of quality Feb 22, 2014
Mark E: Best price anywhere. Dec 27, 2013
rhea w: After price comparison, I found the best price at farm and fleet. Dec 2, 2013
Dennis S: I have been a customer of Blains for several years and the help and service you receive at the store in Cedar Falls is number 1. I always get help. And the most important is the information about the products when you ask for it. Not a better Farm n Fleet in the business. Nov 14, 2013
A shopper asked: does the chain advance automatically or do you have to do it manually? Feb 16, 2014
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Dean M: You have to advance the chain manually. This is the same on the much more expensive ones that I looked at. Feb 18, 2014
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Paul S: Manually. Auto would be nice, but it is not automatic. Feb 18, 2014
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Jeff M: Chain advancement is done manually Feb 18, 2014
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Loren R: Manually. Feb 17, 2014
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