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Oregon 36" Replaceable Sprocket-Nose Harvester Bar | 3/4" Pitch | .122" Gauge | 57 DL - #361SNCT043

Oregon 36" Replaceable Sprocket-Nose Harvester Bar | 3/4" Pitch | .122" Gauge | 57 DL - #361SNCT043
SKU: OR-361SNCT043MPN: 361SNCT043GTIN/UPC: 036577417019
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Product Description

Oregon 3/4 pitch Sprocket-Nose Harvester bars are designed to fit a broad range of timber harvesting equipment.

  • The bar body is made from an extremely tough and durable specialized 3/8 thick solid alloy-steel material that minimizes rail chipping and spreading
  • Precision-milled grooves are straight, square and consistent to minimize wear
  • Chain lead-ins are chamfered to help prevent damage to the chain drive links and to minimize wear
  • Replacement nose kits are available to maximize bar life


3/4" Pitch | .122 Gauge
Alloy Steel
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