OreGON CHAINSAW Sprockets - Rims
The free-floating rim is the component of a rim-type sprocket system which is replaced more frequently. Oregon® offers replacement rims in a variety of sizes and tooth-counts for professional and commercial chainsaw users. Popular Oregon® rims for .325”, 3/8” and .404”-pitch chains now come with new wear-depth indicators. When sprocket wear reaches the depth of the indicator, its easy to see that it’s time to replace the sprocket.
POWER MATE® RIMS ARE PREFERRED BY PROFESSIONAL CHAINSAW USERS
- “Floats” on the splined hub, allowing chain and sprocket to self-align with the bar groove
- Three of the most popular sizes are available in a radially ported design, which uses centrifugal force to throw off sawdust and debris.
- opular rims are available with wear-depth indicators, which make it easy to tell when the sprocket should be replaced.