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OREGON RIM SPROCKETS®
There’s an Oregon sprocket for most models of chainsaws used today. Oregon sprockets are available as either a two-piece Power Mate
able free-floating rim (shown on this page), or as one-piece spur sprockets (shown on our Feature and Benefits sheet titled “Oregon
sprocket are that (1) the rim can float on the clutch cup’s spline, allowing the rim and chain to align with the bar, and (2) the rim is replaceable, extending the overall life and economy of the sprocket system. Bearings and other specialized replacement components are also available from Oregon
drive sprocket system with a replace-
Spur Sprockets”). The advantages of a rim-type(1) the rim can float on the clutch cup’s spline, allowing the rim and chain to align with the bar, and (2) the rim is replaceable, extending the overall life and economy of the sprocket system. Bearings and other specialized replacement components are also available from Oregon to help keep your sprocket in service for a long time. Chainsaw Sprocket


Oregon Power Mate Rim Systems®
Two-piece Oregon
ets preferred by most professional chainsaw users, but they are just as effective for commercial and occasional woodcut-
ters. These systems fit .325”-pitch, standard 3/8”-pitch, and .404”-pitch chains, and come in the following configurations:
Power Mate
Rim Systems are the sprocket®
Spline Type
Tooth Count - Chain Pitch
8 Tooth - .404”
Standard 6
Small 7
7 Tooth - .325”,  7 Tooth - 3/8”,  8 Tooth - .325”
Standard 7
7 Tooth - 3/8”,  7 Tooth - .404”,
8 Tooth - 3/8”,  8 Tooth - .404”,  9 Tooth - .325”
Professional Use
Commercial Use
Occasional Us


Oregon Power Mate Replaceable Rims®
The rim is the replaceable part of an Oregon Power Mate•®
Sprocket System.
The rim floats on the splined hub and moves side to side, allowing the chain and rim to align with the bar as the chain travels around the bar’s groove.• The rim gets most of the sprocket’s wear, and by being  replaceable, it extends the overall life and value of the
sprocket system.• Our three most popular rim models have “Radial Ports”  (shown at the right) which use the spinning rim’s
centrifugal force to throw off sawdust and debris. See the back of this page for Oregon®
Radial Ports
Professional Use
Commercial Use
Occasional Use
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