The drive links in a chainsaw are the teeth attached to the chain link that sits inside the bar. Drive links provide the tension needed to secure the chain to the bar. The number of drive links required for a particular chainsaw is usually indicated on the chainsaw. Within Pole Saws, the number of drive links ranges from 0 to 58. Check out the best-selling product, the 12 in. 25.4 cc Gas 2-Stroke Cycle Telescoping Pole Saw with Loop Handle.
What are the bar length options available for Pole Saws?
The length of the chainsaw needed for a project depends on the size of the items that need cut down. Shorter bars are used for smaller trees and projects. Medium and longer blades are usually used for larger trees and vegetation management for large lots and farms. Within Pole Saws, bar length options include 8 in., 10 in. and 12 in.