Which Chainsaw Chain Brand is Best? Let's find out! Stihl vs Oregon, Husqvarna, Carlton, Forester

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A total of 10 chainsaw chain brands tested: Stihl, Oregon, Husqvarna, Forester, Forester Carbide, Upstart, Carlton, 8TEN, Zentop, and Sungator. Are full-chisel chains faster? Do full chisel chains dull quicker? Are carbide chains better? Let's find out! Most of the chains tested are full-chisel but two are semi-chisel chains. Chains tested for cutting speed, sharpness after using for a full tank of fuel, resistance to dulling after cutting through wood with sand on it. No sponsors on the Project Farm channel. It's all about unbiased testing. Hope you find this video helpful.
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  • Project Farm
    Project FarmMåned siden

    Sorry it’s taken me so long but the new “We’re going to test that” merch is now ready at www.Project-Farm.com and the quality of the shirts is much improved. Looking forward to reading your future video ideas and comments. An easy way to find past videos along with products tested: bit.ly/2FCrBpk A big thanks to Jim for putting this together. Happy Thanksgiving, Todd

  • National Small Engines NSE

    National Small Engines NSE

    4 dager siden

    These kind of videos are always addictive to watch. If the numbers on your chainsaw bar are faded, Husqvarna's online chainsaw fit guide (www.nationalsmallengines.com/husqvarna-chainsaw-bar-chain-fit) and Oregon's part finder (www.oregonproducts.com/en/part-finder) are helpful resources to source the right chain for your saw. Of course, with experience, you'll be able to identify a chain by appearance. BTW, we sell lots of quality chains on our site. The code "SAVE10" will save you 10% on all parts at checkout. All of our product descriptions are accurate. If you're unsure you can message us as some of our staff have over 30 years experience in small engines. nationalsmallengines.com

  • Wayne Lehman

    Wayne Lehman

    Måned siden

    Thanks Todd, I love your channel! When I'm considering making a purchase for the shop, your channel is my first stop. Any chance that you can do a review of "cut proof" kitchen (or industrial) gloves? Thanks again!

  • bradh74

    bradh74

    Måned siden

    What happens to the test when you sharpen all the chain with the same grinder/sharpener?

  • Yeniden Doğuş

    Yeniden Doğuş

    Måned siden

    you are a real scientist

  • Reg Watson

    Reg Watson

    Måned siden

    I would have thought your slogan for your merch would have been "Let's Find Out" rather than "We're going to test that" ???

  • The last Squidbilly
    The last Squidbilly2 timer siden

    I shutter every time I see a chain hit dirt 💀

  • rockyroad
    rockyroad2 timer siden

    As a little old lady who owns several types of chain saws, a full chisel chain is one of the joys of my life. It cuts thru big logs like butter.

  • chain saw
    chain saw4 timer siden

    I got a bunch of chains i could sell you cheep boxs of 50 Hofferman for sthil 025 16inch saw ful chizzel all for $600.00 free shiping to the lower 48 states in the usa

  • Ebunbanjo
    Ebunbanjo5 timer siden

    I remember asking for this multiple times :D but i somehow managed to miss it until now? Anyway great video, i've been using husqvarna chains and im definitively going to give stihl a shot.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 timer siden

    Thanks for asking for this video idea.

  • pierotp p
    pierotp p7 timer siden

    WOW, you've put so much effort into this test. Well done.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 timer siden

    Thank you very much!

  • CNumb1969
    CNumb196919 timer siden

    Next up for the Chainsaws playlist...Bar & chain oil test!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 timer siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • will brennan
    will brennanDag siden

    I think the cut test wasn’t fully equal as the fist log was 14-18 while the second log was 18-22 so it was less cuts with bigger wood otherwise it was a good comparison and good test the cut test just wasn’t fully equal across all chains but keep up the amazing videos

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks, will do.

  • Dylan Adrian
    Dylan Adrian3 dager siden

    Enjoy your three years worth of firewood!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks, will do!

  • Bryant Keller
    Bryant Keller3 dager siden

    How about test chainsaw chain sharpeners? Your test setup and rigor is excellent!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks! Thanks for the video idea.

  • NBstunter
    NBstunter4 dager siden

    You should test chain saw files. I’ve found a big drop in quality in the past 10 years

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    4 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Random DIY
    Random DIY4 dager siden

    Very awesome video. I bought a Husqvarna 460 rancher to deal with some overgrown ficus trees. The ficus had grown into 30 foot trees. After cutting only about 15 trees the Husqvarna chain seemed dull and I just couldn’t cut anymore. Ordered the Oregon chain and wow it made the job easy. Based on this experience and your video I am sold on the Oregon chain.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    4 dager siden

    Thanks so much! Thanks for sharing.

  • National Small Engines NSE
    National Small Engines NSE4 dager siden

    Just a side note, a semi-chisel chain will cut slower than a full chisel but it's easier to sharpen and tends to hold its edge longer.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    4 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • National Small Engines NSE
    National Small Engines NSE4 dager siden

    These kind of videos are always addictive to watch. If the numbers on your chainsaw bar are faded, Husqvarna's online chainsaw fit guide (www.nationalsmallengines.com/husqvarna-chainsaw-bar-chain-fit) and Oregon's part finder (www.oregonproducts.com/en/part-finder) are helpful resources to source the right chain for your saw. Of course, with experience, you'll be able to identify a chain by appearance. BTW, we sell lots of quality chains on our site. The code "SAVE10" will save you 10% on all parts at checkout. All of our product descriptions are accurate. If you're unsure you can message us as some of our staff have over 30 years experience in small engines. nationalsmallengines.com

  • Steve Whitman
    Steve Whitman4 dager siden

    Only Stihl chain is pre stretched when is is made, regarding semi and full chisel, full chisel cuts quicker but blunts quicker, semi cuts a bit slower but is more durable.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    4 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • relaxarea obligatorie
    relaxarea obligatorie5 dager siden

    how much patience you can have , YOU ARE SO UNREAL 🤪🤪🤪

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    5 dager siden

    Thanks!

  • a n
    a n5 dager siden

    Can you test new chain cutting speed and after that somebody sharpens chain and measure cutting speed again? You can see if new chains have poor sharpening when its new. You can also see can used chains be as good as new after sharpening.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    5 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Sean Mehmood
    Sean Mehmood5 dager siden

    Great video

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    5 dager siden

    Thanks!

  • Mens B
    Mens B5 dager siden

    u r the best

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    5 dager siden

    Thanks!

  • Premium Motorsägenzubehör
    Premium Motorsägenzubehör5 dager siden

    Projekt Farm the Stihl chain looks like a LoPro chain, is it?

  • L R
    L R6 dager siden

    Can you do gas powered next tia

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    5 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Bly thkd
    Bly thkd6 dager siden

    Man, you're a glutton for punishment. That video was a lot of work. I agree, the Oregon is the best bang for the buck, we've worn out lots of it. The LPX is good chain. I would have been interested to see if LGX is any better or worse. We've used both and don't see much difference but we've never done a "lab test" like this one! I was very surprised how poorly the Carlton performed. We used to consider it one of the premium chains. Not so anymore I guess. You can always tell a real saw man when you see him drag a file from his pocket after fueling up and run 2 or 3 strokes over each tooth as opposed to all the weekend warriors that run a chain until it won't cut anymore. Keeping them sharp gets the work done much quicker, with less effort and is way easier on the saw, mainly bars and drive sprockets. Thanks for another great video.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    6 dager siden

    You are welcome!

  • zr1sparky1
    zr1sparky16 dager siden

    Man! how many times did you change the chain back and forth? yikes!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    6 dager siden

    Thanks for watching.

  • zr1sparky1
    zr1sparky16 dager siden

    You gave me a terrific idea what the glue and sand! I have a long handicap ramp That gets pretty darn slick over time and I wasn't eager to buy the tack strips for floors and take the time to Stick them down individually what you did with the glue in the sand is much quicker and easier!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    6 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Hugh Man
    Hugh Man7 dager siden

    You always seem to be a month ahead of my compulsive purchases haha

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    6 dager siden

    Glad to hear!

  • Jake Heney
    Jake Heney7 dager siden

    Great video, thanks for posting

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 dager siden

    Thanks so much!

  • DongThePsychopath
    DongThePsychopath7 dager siden

    There is no way this guy has neighbors

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 dager siden

    lol Thanks for watching!

  • erosh tik
    erosh tik8 dager siden

    great video. Thank you.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    8 dager siden

    You are welcome!

  • Matthew sause
    Matthew sause8 dager siden

    15 mins to watch a man cut wood? Bet

  • Matthew sause

    Matthew sause

    8 dager siden

    @Project Farm Absolutely! We've been doing a ton of brush work on our farm and we've been using the stihl chains. Def very good chains that can last days of continuous use if used properly

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    8 dager siden

    Thanks for watching.

  • Ivan Djukic
    Ivan Djukic8 dager siden

    good makita shainsaw made in europe by dolmar(germani).....oregon and stihl only made chain others are brands made in china...but good quality for America...

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    8 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Drake Velazquez
    Drake Velazquez8 dager siden

    Anyone else notice the picture slide of the trees score Some of them even look like the shape of U.S.A

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    8 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Jabberwock Jabberwock
    Jabberwock Jabberwock9 dager siden

    Been cutting 40 years. I use Oregon primarily on my Husqvarnas nowadays, but have used just about everything over the years. Just beware when a company gets bought out by another brand, often leads to serious QC issues. Don't forget to run canola oil instead of bar oil; cheap, less mess & better for the earth.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    8 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing!

  • sisoypuerko
    sisoypuerko9 dager siden

    The reviewbrah of product testing, or thereportoftheweek is the Project Farm of food reviewing, whatever floats your boat

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    9 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Crazy Robots
    Crazy Robots9 dager siden

    Very proud that first and second place were proudly made in Canada 🇨🇦

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    9 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing!

  • RandomReevuze
    RandomReevuze9 dager siden

    You're really good at removing any variables which could ruin the results. Noticed that during the sawing section where you make sure not to touch the main handle until the saw essentially falls

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    9 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • martialme84
    martialme8410 dager siden

    I´m so surprised that the stihl won. Who would have thought.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    10 dager siden

    Thank you!

  • Douglas Crosby
    Douglas Crosby11 dager siden

    I'd LOVE to see a test of different chain sharpeners!!! You have a load of dull chains there to test them on.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    10 dager siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • Dave Patrick
    Dave Patrick11 dager siden

    I have a great chainsaw safety video. How about testing Chaps to see if they realy do protect and Kevlar or carbon fiber chaps. In addition see if Kevlar chaps work better if the Kevlar is on the outside or the inside of the chaps Just a thought. This one could get quite expensive.

  • Dave Patrick

    Dave Patrick

    10 dager siden

    @Project Farm a great idea. On how to run the test. Use a weedwacker with a chainsaw chain instead of a chainsaw. And only use one side remove the opposing chain. I have the whole design in my head

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    10 dager siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • Jonathan DeVries
    Jonathan DeVries11 dager siden

    Best Chainsaw sharpening system?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    11 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Farmer1234
    Farmer123411 dager siden

    moral of the story: Chainsaw chains and dirt are mutually exclusive ...

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    11 dager siden

    Great Point!

  • BROTHERS KEEPER
    BROTHERS KEEPER12 dager siden

    McCULLOUGH

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    12 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • ZiggZagg11
    ZiggZagg1113 dager siden

    Good to know about the dirt... I always am hitting the dirt with mine... I even know better, but still do it...

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    12 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Fred Shelton
    Fred Shelton13 dager siden

    Very enlightening video, I never realized how fast a chain gets damaged when it contacts dirt. I use Stihl chains on my Stihl saw but I might try Oregon for the lower price option. Thanks for the video!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    12 dager siden

    You are welcome!

  • flunkywill2000
    flunkywill200013 dager siden

    Hello love your channel such a great job great topic and to the point. Would you please consider testing chainsaw bar oil since There are many Theories.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    13 dager siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • slpip
    slpip13 dager siden

    Of course Husqvarna X-cut is the best.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    13 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Michael Gutierrez
    Michael Gutierrez13 dager siden

    What about testing block sealer

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    13 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Blacktailbowhunter 01
    Blacktailbowhunter 0113 dager siden

    Oregon 73EXJ is the best chain in my opinion as it is cost effective and cuts super smooth. Has a slightly larger tooth than stihl I normally notice about a %20 longer lifespan out of oregon vs stihl chain. Have run both for many years and oregon always comes out on top for price and performance.

  • Blacktailbowhunter 01

    Blacktailbowhunter 01

    13 dager siden

    @Project Farm Of course! Love your videos and dedication to helping us out with choosing a product. Especially the motor oil videos. Thank you!!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    13 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Roamingcamera
    Roamingcamera14 dager siden

    Got a new saw for Christmas and this is a great video to help us new chainsaw owners get replacement chains. Thank you!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    14 dager siden

    Great to hear!

  • JaxRMO
    JaxRMO14 dager siden

    If you can you should test some shop fans like how much energy they use, air flow, things like that

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    14 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Dale Siebert
    Dale Siebert15 dager siden

    Excellent test, I would have liked to seen a chain stretch comparison after the full tank test. Lately I have had a stretch problem.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    14 dager siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • Peter Scaffidi
    Peter Scaffidi15 dager siden

    Prices? Where are you purchasing these chains that you are getting such low pricing?

  • scott russell
    scott russell15 dager siden

    I cut firewood for years for my fireplace....stihl chisel is the best out there.. in clean wood it holds an edge very well... if you sharpen the chain right it will self feed.. a semi chisel is more forgiving in dirty wood

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing!

  • CrutchBN
    CrutchBN15 dager siden

    nice job best testing without bias keep it up!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    Thanks, will do!

  • Wade Chubb
    Wade Chubb15 dager siden

    I used Organ chains always found them best bang for your buck

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Dougie Backus
    Dougie Backus15 dager siden

    Anyone else screenshot these results?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    Thanks for watching.

  • David Wesson
    David Wesson15 dager siden

    Your content is amazing. Thank you.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    I appreciate that!

  • Bob Clyne
    Bob Clyne15 dager siden

    Have you tested different methods and tools for sharpening chain saws. I have tried many method and tools including files, file guides, die grinder and disc type grinder sharpener but found that using a file makes the chain last longest and was most convenient to use.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Mary Montagne
    Mary Montagne15 dager siden

    where was the echo brand?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • bud 73
    bud 7316 dager siden

    I am spoiled, my dealer sells the stihl chains for around $20. That's a nice saw, I wish they still said "dolmar" on them and that you could still get the 90cc saw lol

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • happy camper
    happy camper16 dager siden

    I have heated with firewood all my life, running chainsaws since long before I should have been allowed maybe around age 9 through current 42. Almost every store we shop at stocks only Stihl and Oregon chains, and for good reason. One thing to note, both brands have much better bar oil management and lubrication which helps protect the bar and its components along with the chain itself. They include holes drilled and in Stihl's case, some dimples too. I'd be curious to know the difference in hardness of the metals used and also how many strokes until sharp it would take a file after the testing. Not sure how doable that would be. Maybe a better idea would be to test different bar oil types so that we could chose one for what we're doing. Thanks so much for your tests. They're entertaining and informative.

  • happy camper

    happy camper

    15 dager siden

    @Project Farm Viewers love when there's a prompt response from the content creator. It's like meeting a celebrity. Thanks. That's probably an additional reason why the channel is so successful. I'm curious to know if huge channels have to hire people to keep up with the volume of it.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    You are welcome. Thanks for the suggestions.

  • Don Goble
    Don Goble16 dager siden

    I just bought a new chainsaw so this is good information to know when looking for a new cutting chain.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    Glad I could help!

  • mórk EMS
    mórk EMS16 dager siden

    did i really just spend about 15 mins watching someone cut wood lol what's my life coming to

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    Thanks for watching!

  • Thomas Johnson
    Thomas Johnson16 dager siden

    The most dedicated hardworking man On NOlocal hands down

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    Thanks!

  • James Jamison
    James Jamison17 dager siden

    Do a video on the brightest handheld spotlights/flashlights like this......www.reddit.com/r/flashlight/comments/90q1e2/giant_flashlight_we_found_at_a_thrift_store_my/

  • Kauai Xtreme Shore Fishing
    Kauai Xtreme Shore Fishing17 dager siden

    Best Chainsaw Sharpener???

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    17 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Dino's Shed
    Dino's Shed17 dager siden

    Have an easy done oil test idea for you. Straight SAE30 vs a 10w30 synthetic etc. There has to be a reason why the hottest running engines on earth (air cooled 4 stroke) require it instead of the multi grade oils. I've always thought it must be the zinc content is higher and very few additives to break down from excessive heat.

  • Dino's Shed

    Dino's Shed

    17 dager siden

    @Project Farm I've heard some creative stories about the difference over the years, surely one of them will be correct. Lol

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    17 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Jarrod Richter
    Jarrod Richter17 dager siden

    Should have done one more after sharpening them

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    17 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Fred Roberts
    Fred Roberts18 dager siden

    What is the best electric chainsaw chain sharpener for someone who runs lots of chains?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    17 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Peter Owl
    Peter Owl18 dager siden

    Thanks for all your efforts to show, what quality is best! Helps to determine best bang for your buck!!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    18 dager siden

    You are welcome!

  • Georgiaboy 9009
    Georgiaboy 900918 dager siden

    Great video, it has probably already been suggested given the amount of time that has passed since the posting of this video but how about which chain sharpener has best results and which is the easiest/less effort to use?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    18 dager siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • IAleG
    IAleG18 dager siden

    Very good effort!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    18 dager siden

    Thanks a lot!

  • Afonso Alfaiate
    Afonso Alfaiate18 dager siden

    and with this we summarize that we should buy chainsaws from makita

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    18 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    18 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • moffitdevon
    moffitdevon19 dager siden

    “Kramp” chains they have titanium infused cutting teeth....

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    18 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • chris a
    chris a19 dager siden

    I wonder if a husqvarna non safety chain would compete with the stihl.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    19 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • FastEddy 27
    FastEddy 2719 dager siden

    Hate Forrester they stretch stihl my fave .didn't like his log selection for test .some all generic chain have some teeth to hard to file .same with rakers.most loggers use Oregon

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    19 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Schaefer Lawn Care & Property Maintenance LLC
    Schaefer Lawn Care & Property Maintenance LLC19 dager siden

    Oregon chainsaw and commercial lawn mower blades are all I use. 😃👍 thanks for reassuring me and my money well spent.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    19 dager siden

    You are welcome!

  • Jay Preddy
    Jay Preddy20 dager siden

    I buy Oregon because it’s about all I have to choose from around here. Looks like I’m getting about the best I can get. Great vid, that was a lot of work!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    20 dager siden

    Thanks so much!

  • mark bauer
    mark bauer21 dag siden

    Great job, love to watch, how about chain saw sharpeners

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    21 dag siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • Jaryn Parkes
    Jaryn Parkes22 dager siden

    You should test what is the best 2 stroke mix oil brand

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    21 dag siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Tomas Gimenez
    Tomas Gimenez22 dager siden

    The best chain is a sharp one

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    22 dager siden

    Good Point!

  • Tomas Gimenez
    Tomas Gimenez22 dager siden

    The best chain is a sharp one

  • Mr Keenaz.
    Mr Keenaz.22 dager siden

    Best test I have seen to date. Thank you for taking the time to make this vid. I know which brand I’m getting from now on. Cheers from Australia

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    22 dager siden

    Thank you!

  • GeriatricElite
    GeriatricElite22 dager siden

    Any thoughts on testing picco chains?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    22 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Crazy Funny Cats
    Crazy Funny Cats23 dager siden

    Please cut a big tree down , then play the timelapse video in reverse. We did this recording a house demolition Merry Christmas 🎄 Happy New year

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    23 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  • Big Boones
    Big Boones23 dager siden

    have you done one comparing snowblowers tiss that time of year

  • Big Boones

    Big Boones

    23 dager siden

    @Project Farm no issues long time viewer even though I just joined, remember you asking for video suggestions while back.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    23 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • aiko schwertner
    aiko schwertner23 dager siden

    I´m a lumberjack in Germany and we only use chains of Stihl in our company. The chains of Husqvarna, Oregon and Stihl, at our placeare nearly cost all the same. We also have the difference between Regions, in the mountains and hilly regions they use more Husqvarna Chainsaws. In the flats its more Stihl

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    23 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • John Krakatoa
    John Krakatoa23 dager siden

    thank you for this testing, love the stop motion of the logs vanishing after each cut :D love the fuel economy aspect, surprised Oregon won, so its the best chain I guess ? :) Could you publish a table of the cuts made and time it took for each chain?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    23 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion in next round of testing.

  • victor arevalo
    victor arevalo23 dager siden

    Awesome very good and useful info👍🏽👍🏽. Thanks

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    23 dager siden

    You are welcome!

  • Darrell Pickering
    Darrell Pickering24 dager siden

    Interesting video. I've sharpened probably a million chains over the years. Forester brand, years ago, was very cheaply made & stretched like crazy. Never went back to 'em & since it's Chinese I won't use it. I'm sure you know how those chains are to be used as far as conditions go. I've used both & will agree chisel chain will outcut semi-chisel in dirt free conditions but will dull faster due to it's design especially in dirt conditions. Carbide is supposed to last longer but will cut slower as you showed. I sharpen chisel chain at 25* & semi-chisel at 30*. Worked for me well for many years.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing

  • Steve Borg
    Steve Borg24 dager siden

    Nice work!👍

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    Thanks! 👍

  • Jeff Evans
    Jeff Evans24 dager siden

    Could we look at chainsaw sharpening? Which the best method, including manual and electric. There are so many reviews but it would be great to get a really definitive comparison.

  • Jeff Evans

    Jeff Evans

    24 dager siden

    @Project Farm Look forward to seeing it

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you!

  • Moto deSoto in The 40 Acre Wood
    Moto deSoto in The 40 Acre Wood24 dager siden

    Very useful.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    Thank you very much!

  • Charles Hartman
    Charles Hartman24 dager siden

    As always, great video! An idea for a test video - both standard and bio-degrageable bar and chain oils. Thoughts?

  • CCS 91
    CCS 9124 dager siden

    I try a lot of brand nothing stay long the chain always have problem with lose edge damage easily, thanks to this reference i can try new brand.good job 👍👍

  • K. W. Hawkins
    K. W. Hawkins24 dager siden

    The last oregon chain I used broke 3 cutter teeth. Didn't hit anything. I was cutting a walnut trunk

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Keith Christensen
    Keith Christensen24 dager siden

    Thanks this was super helpful

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    Glad to hear!

  • GGFCHMMAL
    GGFCHMMAL24 dager siden

    Stihl the best. Oregon best value. They're popular in Australia too, haven't heard of most of those brands tested. Do you have the best petrol chainsaw test?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • MegaJavelin1970
    MegaJavelin197025 dager siden

    It is a real dissapointment when oregon bought out carlton and changed there tooth. The original Carlton was good stuff.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • chainsawbars
    chainsawbars25 dager siden

    A cracking video which must have taken a huge amount of work - can I link to this with your permission?

  • chainsawbars

    chainsawbars

    24 dager siden

    @Project Farm Many thanks :)

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    25 dager siden

    Yes, you are welcome to share the video. Thank you.

  • NealCassady
    NealCassady26 dager siden

    Ok. Stihl is the best.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    26 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

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