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Talon Parts

If you are like most, you have carefully chosen your outdoor power tools for their performance, value, and reliability. As an owner of a Talon chainsaw, you want to maintain, service, and repair it properly to ensure that you will can rely on it for years to come to make clean cuts quickly and efficiently, and safely as well. The key to success in these endeavors is to use Talon chainsaw parts and after market parts and accessories made to fit Talon equipment, found through reputable dealers and suppliers.

Chainsaw Parts

Universal Replacement Chainsaw Chain

As a popular brand for outdoor power equipment in Australia and the United Kingdom, Talon parts can be found at a variety of online stores, including espares.co.uk. The Universal Replacement Chainsaw Chain fits specific models of Talon saws. It has 55 drive links, and is made to fit a 16-inch chainsaw bar. It has a 3/8 inch pitch and a gauge of 1.3 milimeters. Both this product and the site, itself, have received excellent reviews for quality and service, with prompt shipping times and accurate shipments. You can purchase this product for £18.99.

Filing Kit For Talon Chainsaws

You can find a spare chain for almost any name brand of chainsaw at sawchain.co.uk. In addition, you will find everything you need to care for your chainsaw chain as well, like the filing kit for particular Talon chainsaws. The kit includes two round files, a single flat file, a roller guide, depth guide, and a handle. This kit is designed to keep your chainsaw chain sharp, so you can cut through almost any wood safely, efficiently, and quickly, whether you are cutting firewood for your home or clearing a new area of land. This kit sells for the price of £15.50 and is reference number 11000.

Redman Chainsaw Air Filter Cleaner

If your goal is to find cheap parts for your chainsaw, you might want to consider purchasing used parts. Ebay is an excellent resource for finding new and used items at reasonable prices. The inventory changes constantly, so you must check back regularly. Membership is free, and if you register, you can receive regular notifications of new products that have been made available. Right now you can find a Redmax G3800 AVS Chainsaw Air Filter Cleaner for $11.99. This is a used part that still has some life in it and buying it used can save you money. Other parts available at ebay.com include new filters, chains, bits, and more.

Ozito Uni Jaws Clamping System

If you would prefer to shop through a retailer that can also offer repair services, advice, and other added value, you may want to consider shopping at bunnings.com.au. Bunnings Warehouse is a full service home improvement centre that sells tools, home improvement supplies, and large and small appliances. They have a wide array of products for your house, apartment, motorhome, and lawn and garden. Here you will find products, including a wide array of chainsaws and related parts and accessories. The Ozito Uni Jaws Clamping System is a great accessory to have when you are doing various jobs with your chainsaw. It has a 860-milimeter clamping capacity and allows you to work safely with large items, including tree trunks and other wood. You can purchase this item for $149.00.

Universal Outdoor Accessories Chainsaw Bar

An excellent resource for chainsaw parts as well as mower parts and lots of quality home improvement tools and supplies is 4ourhouse.co.uk. When you shop here, you can find chainsaw bars and chains for a number of different models. The Universal Outdoor Accessories chainsaw bar is made to fit the Talon chainsaw model number AC31A116-35S. It is 16 inches long and uses a chain with a 3/8 inch pitch. You can purchase this item for £25.99 plus shipping costs. It is stock number 5045-1743-7374-6.

Oregon Double Guard & 91 Intenz Chainsaw Bar

As a trusted name in chainsaw parts, Oregon is a reliable resource for new chainsaw bars and chains. For example, at oregonchain.com.au, you can find the Oregon Double Guard & 91 Intenz chainsaw bar. It is lightweight and designed to reduce kickback for safe, effective cutting. It is designed with symmetry; this, coupled with its slim shape, makes it easy to use under a variety of circumstances. It is model number OMK180SDEA318; you must contact the retailer for pricing information.




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Chara
Posted 1614 days ago
It is true that the internet has made everything quite convenient without leaving your home. No longer do I have to run down to the hardware store for simple parts especially for tools like the chainsaw.
Ebonie
Posted 1621 days ago
I have spent many hours out in the field with a chainsaw and unless you have spare parts with you it could be a wasteful day. I try and have a couple of filters and chains available.
Agnus
Posted 1626 days ago
It does not matter how often you sharpen the teeth of your chain, you need to make sure that it is in good shape. Parts can easily be found online which may save an accident from happening.
Mozell
Posted 1633 days ago
It has been said that when working with chainsaws it is important to have the guard on. I would suggest if anyone has a chainsaw without a guard that you get one before your next outing.
Mozell
Posted 1633 days ago
It has been said that when working with chainsaws it is important to have the guard on. I would suggest if anyone has a chainsaw without a guard that you get one before your next outing.
Trina
Posted 1641 days ago
Chainsaws can be dangerous if they are not taken care of properly, so it is advisable to keep your tool cleaned and maintained to make sure that no one gets hurt. Parts are easily found online.
 

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