.325 x .063 Ripping Chain
$29.25 – $625.00
We offer Granberg Ripping Chain in both rolls and pre-cut loops!
Simplify the chain buying experience! Granberg Ripping Chain is available pre-made for most
common bar sizes and styles, simply consult your bar for the proper link count and choose from
the list below.
Don’t see your link count listed? Call our sales department at 800-233-6499 and we will happily
cut one to order!
Bulk chain also available in 50FT and 100FT rolls. Save $0.75 off every foot for the 50FT rolls and $1 off every foot on the 100FT rolls! (tie straps and rivets included with
PART NUMBER: G7283-67DL. 67 DRIVE LINKS. $29.25
PART NUMBER: G7283-68DL. 68 DRIVE LINKS. $29.68
PART NUMBER: G7283-74DL. 74 DRIVE LINKS. $32.00.
PART NUMBER: G7283-76DL. 76 DRIVE LINKS. $32.80.
PART NUMBER: G7283-80DL. 80 DRIVE LINKS. $34.39
PART NUMBER: G7283-81DL. 81 DRIVE LINKS. $34.75.
PART NUMBER: G7283-50RL. 50 FOOT ROLL. $325.00
PART NUMBER: G7283-100RL. 100 FOOT ROLL. $625.00
*CHAIN SOLD BY THE DRIVE LINK COMES LOOPED AND READY TO USE.
DON’T SEE WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR? GIVE US A CALL AT 925-380-9400, or Toll-Free 800-233-6499.
General Description: Granberg ripping saw chain is made up of one set (2) scoring cutters and one set (2) clearing cutters. While there are many companies that sell chain for milling, no other company offers ripping chain that features our specific modifications to the top plate. Our process shaves off approximately half of the tooth lengthwise on the first and second cutter links of each 4 link group. By this method, each tooth takes only ¼ of the kerf, takes less feeding pressure than conventional chain, cuts faster, smoother, and takes less power than conventional full tooth (cross cut) chain.
While Granberg always strives to provide the best quality product possible, it is impossible for us to anticipate everything that might go wrong with an individual milling experience. For that reason, we do not offer any warranty on Granberg ripping chain. Even under ideal conditions, milling and rip cuts are inherently hard on chain, and you should expect to sharpen your chain every 3-5 cuts. You can find a list of best practices to prevent damaged chain here.