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Gauge is the thickness of the drive tangs on the saw chain. Chain gauge must match the groove width on the bar. The only effect chain gauge will have on standard spur sprockets is the contact area it presents on the spur teeth, thicker gauge = wider contact area. Rim Sprockets use a pocket that must be wide enough to allow the drive tangs to seat. ...


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Presumably the new bar is either longer or wider or both than the old bar? Number of links is to fit the bar - pitch is to fit the sprocket.


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The answer is yes, but not as effectively as a purposefully designed tool. Take a look at buffing and sanding tools' RPM. It's significantly higher than that of a power drill: 8,000 - 15,000 for an air powered palm sander vs 300-1,500 RPM for a standard variable speed drill. Other aspects depend upon the modular design of the particular tool you're ...


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Can you clarify what you mean by fixed speed powerdrill? There's hammer drills and then there's rotary hammers. Most hammer drills use chucks, much like any a regular drill (albiet they have an additional means to be tightened. Rotary hammers use SDS bits, differing slightly from one another based on the brand. You can use a chuck adapter for a rotary hammer ...


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I am more into features than power. Most important feature is multi speed function where the trigger is a speed control. Next is chuck size. Not just max size but also min bit size Reversible is cool but I don't really use it. Lastly make is a factor and generally you get what you pay for. On the DIY side drills last years. Just pay the few extra bucks, you ...


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The Mini Keg is so small, I would simply use a hacksaw blade. Try to go for a nice fine blade edge, and if you can clamp the keg somewhere without bending the sides. then bonus! Its better to go for the double thick blades which normally feature two cutting sides, then its easer on the hands, otherwise get a specialised pullsaw. you can then clean off the ...



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