Circular Saw Blade - Scratcher Tooth - $39.95 DSRP


 

Steel blade for cutting and clearing brush, vines and saplings. Must be sharpened by a professional.

 

* Must be used with limit stop instead of standard deflector. Unit must be equipped with bicycle handles and double shoulder harness.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 9reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent for 1" or so scrub I have the FS 130 and I have this. I had no operation instructions and used it improperly and at first didn't like it. Then I was instructed to use it like a scythe. YOWZA!! A small swing and it slices through obstacles, overgrown paths and with some dexterity and improper use can get some of the waist high horizontal branches. September 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great clearing saw blade I purchased this scratcher tooth blade earlier this year for cutting down smaller trees with my FS90. This blade has no problem's clearing trees up to an inch and a half in diameter. Trees larger than that you need to spend a little more time with but still there aren't any issues dropping any tree that's within reason. August 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by I wish I would have tried it sooner!! I never thought I would like this product. I have looked at these blades several times now. I finally purchased one to try on a grown up road bank I was clearing. Tall grass, rose bushes and up to 3" saplings. I never dreamed this blade would cut like it does! Tall grass without wrapping up?? I was amazed! I never write reviews but I felt like I had to share my experience. Thanks Stihl for another great product! January 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Clears Heavy Brush & Saplings With Ease We have a bad invasive European Buckthorn problem here. Until recently I have been trying to clear them with a chainsaw and loppers. I finally picked up an FS 110 and this Scratcher blade. This combination helped me clear the buckthorn at 3 times the speed I was doing it before. I wish I didn't wait so long. July 19, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by I never really warmed up to this one. The teeth on this saw blade have no offset. Try and use it like a circular saw and it will pinch and stall out. As a brush cutting blade it works fairly well. Turn it at top speed and swing it like a maniac and it will cut through a pretty good size sapling. Mine dulled quickly and they're not worth sharpening. This is my least favorite Stihl blade. June 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent piece of equiptment. Saw works great. Got it to do some sucker clearing below a row of aspen trees. Goes through saplings up to 1" like butter. The bigger trunks come down also but take little longer. It is not a tool to take lightly. BE CAREFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! June 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Monster This blade has enabled me to clear vast areas of brush and sapling in a tiny fraction of time in my woodlot. Tree sapling up to 1 inch are downed in just a swipe of the blade. Impressive. I've not had an attachment to a toll that offered such a quantum advantage. I start using it and can't stop until I am so exhausted I can't hold on anymore or it's so late in the evening I can't see. I would love to know where the blade can be sharpened a few times before replacing. May 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cuts Through Anything....just about anyway I purchased the Scratcher tooth circular saw blade to go on my Kombi KM90R with the brushcutter attachment. Swapping it out was a breeze and this thing will cut through most all briars and small saplings that I could put it through. I was cutting up to 1 1/2" saplings with it without a problem. I bounced the thing off a few rocks which made me nervous but it did not affect the blade at all. July 30, 2013
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