Chainsaw Bar and Cutterless Chain for the Log Wizard
This is a 16″ Chainsaw Bar drilled for attaching to a Log Wizard or Log Master along with the cutterless saw chain…if you know the ‘pitch, gauge, and bar mount’ for your saw you can head straight to ordering…otherwise read on…
Several sizes out of stock indefinitaly…some that fit the Husqvarna, Jonsered, Poulan saws…e.g. K095 and D009 are currently available.
To order, you will need the following information:
- Bar Mount Style (sometimes called the ‘tail mount’)…see below for more information on this.
- Gauge of the bar and chain…this is the width of the groove in the bar that the chain rides in.
- Pitch of the chain…for the purpose of the list below this will be either .325 or 3/8 pitch.
Click HERE for a short article on determining the Pitch and Gauge of your chain
Check below to determine which bar mount style you’ll need.
NOTE: When choosing the Bar Mount type (sometimes called the ‘tail mount’), we use the Oregon Bar Company nomenclature as it’s the most common. Not all bars we provide will be branded Oregon, yet the mount will be the same. These are usually a solid tip bar which allows one bar to be used for different pitches of chain…e.g. .325, 3/8.
Bars listed below are branded ‘Log Wizard’…all are a solid tip (solid nose/hardnose) bar. Since the bars don’t have a sprocket tip, a hardnose bar is good for 3/8 or .325 pitch chain.
Notes regarding the optional predrilled hardnose bars and cutterless chains and how to pick which one your need. For convenience we’ll use the Oregon Bar Company nomenclature to identify the types of bars.
- Husqvarna K095 is the bar that fits the mid range ‘Huskies’…e.g. 257, 261, 262xp, 357, 359, 362, 455, 460, 466…
- Husqvarna D009 fits the larger ‘Huskies’…e.g. 61, 65, 67, 181, 260, 281, 285, and right on up to the largest (3120xp)…though I can’t imagine putting a Log Wizard on the largest saws…you simply don’t need that much power.
- Stihl D025 is the bar type that fits the larger Stihl saws…e.g. 024, 026, 028 and larger. (the only anomaly being the 025/ms250 takes a smaller bar mount).
You can often find this information in your Owner’s Manual or on the chainsaw bar you’re currently using…it’s located on the mounting end of the bar, hidden by the chainsaw cover plate.