The Chain Protector

Discussion in 'Service Providers' started by Chain Protect, Jan 3, 2019.

  1. Chain Protect

    Chain Protect

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    I'm new to the forum here; I'd like to introduce to everyone something that is simply awesome!

    Chain Protect keeps me from burying my chain in the dirt, it acts as a stand, and increases safety. And, if your chain becomes disengaged it will wrap around the Chain Protect.

    The ChainProtect is a super replacement/alternate to the Stump Vise, and at a much better price. Check out all our videos, photos, and blog on our site: www.chainprotect.com.

    We are a Colorado company, and regular chainsaw operators. This is ideal for users of all ages, skill level, and comfort level.

    Check us out!!

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  2. SquareFile

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    definitive dave
     
  3. Scotty Overkill

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    We generally don't mind people mentioning their products on the site, so long as they are actively participating members. Your very first post was an advertisement, if that's your sole reason to come to the site (free advertisement) you're not going to last too long.....

    Please read the forum rules
     
  4. TurboDiesel

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    Does Dave use this product?
    Or manufacturer a similar product?
     
  5. SquareFile

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    He should, and not that I'm aware of. :cool:
     
  6. TurboDiesel

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    :rofl: :lol:
     
  7. chris

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    likely works fine until it rattles loose and the cutters grab it........ Unless i have a large bar that destroys the balance on my saws the spikes hold things up just fine. course then there is the issue of the 10-14" bar, 30-40 or cc units with no spikes.
     
  8. The Wood Wolverine

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    They just pooped an ad, betcha get no reply.
     
  9. huskihl

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    And it wasn't even in mottled engrish. I'm so pizzed right now :confused::D
     
  10. Chris F

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    I could see this being useful for someone new who has a tendency not to hold the saw back as it nears the bottom of it's cut. Some of the logs I cut though are a bigger diameter than my bar so it would just need to be removed for that...and probably not put back on.
    I like the gadget but wouldn't use it myself.
     
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    U by from me 10,000 chain protect!
     
  12. tamarack

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    Not interested.
     
  13. The Wood Wolverine

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    Haha!!! Good stuffs.
     
  14. amateur cutter

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    I gotta me one of them there thingy's for plunge cutting. :doh:
     
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    Wouldn't work for me. Appreciate someone hustling for business, but this product is gonna be a bust. Sorry. Keep trying. Edison didn't hit on his first tries either.
     
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    He gone
     
  19. Chain Protect

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    Now that's pretty funny.... Ya, the chain protect would probably be most beneficial to someone who uses a chainsaw periodically, or not frequently. I've operated chainsaws for many years now, and still there are times when I get going to fast and accidentally bury the chain.... and I hate that lol...

    Other than that, I really do appreciate all the replies.... I didn't expect that many and haven't signed on here lately (been busy fixing the house from hail damage)...

    Until next time, happy cutting everyone!
     
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    dave would need 2 or 3 per bar
    we all know how sod cutter is