What is the difference between a rear handle chainsaw and a top handle chainsaw?
A rear handle chainsaw is a popular choice for homeowners and users who will not use the tool for professional purposes. A rear-handled chainsaw is an entry-level option that provides more stability and safety to its user. A person should only use a rear-handled chainsaw for projects where the user is on the ground. A top-handled chainsaw is designed specifically for users who are up in trees, on ladders or hanging to get to the required location. For this reason, a person typically uses top-handled chainsaws in professional settings. They are usually lighter weight and more compact than a rear handle chain saw. Within Gas Chainsaws, there are 40 rear handle options and 3 top handle options. Check out the best-selling product, the 20 in. 59.8 cc Gas 2-Stroke Cycle Chainsaw.
What are the chain pitch options available for Gas Chainsaws?
A chain pitch is the measurement between the chain's drive and links. Usually, a larger pitch indicates a larger chain. Within Gas Chainsaws, chain pitches range from .325 in. to 3/8 in.
Which brand has the largest assortment of Gas Chainsaws at The Home Depot?