Oregon was founded in 1947 by logger Joseph Buford Cox. The first product the company made was the Cox Chipper Chain, a new version of the chainsaw chain. Today, Oregon produces tires, sprockets, chainsaws, log splitters, oil filters, trimmers, mower blades, and guide bars in addition to saw chains. ... Read More Chainsaw sprockets from Oregon have either inboard or outboard clutch constructions and come in four collections: Consumer Spur Sprockets, Pro Spur Sprockets, PowerMate System, and Oregon Rims. The two-piece PowerMate System sprockets come with a clutch cup and a replaceable rim sprocket. These sprockets include a seven- and nine-tooth count on three different spline types. The Multicut line of saw chains enables saws to cut in extremely dirty or abrasive conditions. Multicut chains work best on machine grinders and are available as low-profile, super 20, and super 70 specialty saw chains. Oregon mower blades are precision-straightened by a computer for a cleaner cut. The Fusion process is used to incorporate electrofusion technology, applying a tungsten-carbide coating on mower blades for lasting sharpness.
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