Oregon Maintenance and Safety Manual, MMANUAL-EN AB

Using the Guide Bar Number System

Our 10 or 11-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:

18 0 EXL D K095

Length Gauge


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

24" 25" 26" 27" 28" 30" 32" 33" 34" 36" 37" 42"

8" 10" 11" 12" 13" 14" 15" 16" 18" 20" 21" 22"

SpeedCut ™ Nano TXL

SpeedCut Nano SpeedCut ™ , ControlCut ™ , VersaCut ™ TXL SpeedCut PXL ControlCut VXL VersaCut PowerCut ™ EXL Replaceable sprocket-nose RN Replaceable sprocket-nose PM Replaceable sprocket-nose RW Replaceable sprocket-nose DuraCut ™ DXL Solid nose, laser welded tip with wear-resistant alloy AT Solid nose, laser welded tip with wear-resistant alloy AdvanceCut ™ SX Sprocket-nose PX Sprocket-nose GD

Sprocket-nose with Guard Mate® holes


Narrow kerf sprocket-nose


Single Rivet SD



Sprocket-nose with Guard Mate holes

Narrow kerf sprocket-nose

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). Chainsaws originally equipped with an Intenz® guide bar, and chainsaws adapted to take an Intenz guide bar, do not have a “guide bar-adjustment pin” for tensioning the saw chain. Use ONLY an Intenz guide bar when replacing the guide bar on these chainsaws. See page 21 for important information on Intenz guide bars.


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