Use these guide bars, adjustment tools, cases, and sleeves to keep your chain saws in good condition, to protect against accidental cuts, and keep the tool safe from damage during storage and transportation.
Use these tools to help keep your chain saw in good working order. Commonly used to adjust the chain and replace the guide bar on most types of chain saws, screnches have a flat screwdriver or torque wrench on one end and two socket wrenches on the opposite end.
Swap out worn or damaged guide bars on your chain saw to help extend the life of your tool.
Cases & Sleeves
Store your chain saw in one of these cases or sleeves to protect the tool during storage and transportation and to help reduce risk of injury when the tool is not in use. Cases cover the entire chain saw and have a handle for convenient carrying and pockets or slots for storing tools and accessories. Guide bar sleeves cover the chain and guide bar only. The sleeves are made from durable wear- and snag-resistant nylon, and have a foam pad on the front of the sleeve to improve comfort when carrying the tool on your shoulder. Exterior pockets provide storage for parts, chains, tools, and other small items.