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How the OREGON®


Guide Bar Part Numbering System Works


OREGON® 10-digit guide bar part numbers are printed on the guide bar package and etched on the guide bar body. Here’s what each digit means:


24 0 RN D D025 LENGTH 8"


10" 11" 12" 13" 14" 15" 16" 18" 20" 21" 22" 24" 26" 25" 27" 28" 30" 32" 33" 34" 36" 37" 42"


GAUGE


4 = .043" 0 = .050" 8 = .058" 3 = .063"


OREGON® GUIDE BAR TYPE


RN RW GN RG


PM AT


SL GL MG MP


LA


SP GP


PX GD SD DG ML


**(.325" and 3/8" 72-series chains)


Power Match® Plus = Replaceable sprocket nose = Reduced Weight replaceable sprocket nose = Replaceable sprocket nose with Guard Mate® holes


= Double Guard® replaceable sprocket nose


OREGON® Pro = Replaceable sprocket nose


Laser Tip Plus = Solid nose, laser welded tip with wear-resistant alloy


Pro-Lite® & Micro-Lite™ Pro = Sprocket nose = Sprocket nose with Guard Mate® holes = Narrow-kerf sprocket nose with Guard Mate® holes


= Narrow-kerf sprocket nose


Laser-Lite® = Solid nose, laser welded tip with wear-resistant alloy


PRO 91® = Sprocket nose = Sprocket nose with Guard Mate® holes


Double Guard® & Micro-Lite® = Double Guard® sprocket nose ** = Double Guard® sprocket nose with Guard Mate® holes**


= Double Guard® sprocket nose † = Double Guard® sprocket nose with Guard Mate® holes †


= Narrow-kerf sprocket nose † (25 abd 91 chains)


Note: Power Match® and Pro solid body guide bars may be stamped with XXX, ZZZ or other letters as they can have different noses installed on the body, thereby changing the part number. Guard Mate® holes are built into the noses of certain types of OREGON® guide bars and allow the attachment of a Guard Mate® tip guard to help reduce the risk of kickback. * In a few cases where two guide bars would have the same length in their part numbers but different drive link counts, the letter Z will be used in the guide bar mount description to distinguish between them (K095 and Z095 for example).


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