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Chainsaw Rivet Spinner Made.

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  • Chainsaw Rivet Spinner Made.

    Another project where i needed a welder and a metal lathe.
    I needed one of these since i "retired" and have lots of chainsaws to play with. I can get chain cheaper in rolls but you have to connect the links. So i built my own rivet spinner. My dad had one years ago and i remembered how it worked. I made the hardned anvil from a drill bit held with a hidden set screw. Worked pretty good on the chains i tried today...Bob
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  • #2
    Chainsaw Rivet spinner

    Hey looks real nice Vernon


    • #3
      looks better than oregons tool good job


      • #4
        ***y little tool nice job


        • #5
          Nice....please send me your plans....all of them.


          • #6
            That looks great, I agree with the statement that it looks nicer then what one can purchase. This I would like to keep in my head for a winter project.


            • #7
              Originally posted by FusionKing View Post
              Nice....please send me your plans....all of them.

              nice build, sir... clean lines n all... i would buy 1


              • #8
                wow great design i have something like that for my dirtbike chains but never thought about making one for chainsaws


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