Chainsaw Sprockets

When it comes to chainsaws, the part most people probably think about the least is the chainsaw sprocket. Yet if this critical part becomes worn, grooved, damaged or chipped, you chainsaw is little more than a very expensive paperweight.

Chainsaw sprockets are what hold the chain in place so it can spin in a continuous motion around the guide bar. Sprockets can break down over time due to wear, stress, friction or the tool being dropped or banged against a hard surface. This can easily cause the sprocket to fail, prohibiting the chain from spinning properly or not at all. In fact, when chains freeze up it's usually because the sprocket is damaged.

 There are two basic types of chainsaw sprockets. The first is called a spur sprocket. This is because it has star-shaped teeth that hold onto the chain as it directs it around the guide bar. The second is called a rim sprocket. This is because it has a smooth rim but internal teeth that guide the chain around the bar.

Whether you need a spur sprocket or a rim sprocket, LawnEQ has the chainsaw sprocket you need to get your equipment repaired and back in service as quickly as possible. When it comes to your business, time truly is money. So every moment even a single chainsaw is out of service means your business isn't being as successful as it could be.

When you need a replacement chainsaw sprocket, let LawnEQ be your first choice. We carry a wide array of chainsaw sprockets for every make and model, as well as universal parts and equipment. Plus, we have the lowest prices and a commitment to customer service that is second to none. That's why you should make Lawn EQ your Number One choice for chainsaw sprockets and other landscaping parts and equipment.

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