Bar and Chain Oil - $6.18 DSRP


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Our bar and chain oil is formulated for optimal lubrication to the chainsaw’s bar and chain, reducing wear.

STIHL Bar and Chain oil is formulated to adhere to the bar and chain, and to reduce wear. Special agents in the oil formulation help keep sap and pitch from clinging to the bar and chain.

Available in quart and gallon bottles, 5 gallon pails and 55 gallon drums, in both summer and winter weights.

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Bar and Chain Oil is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great dependable saws. You all get too wrapped up in what's the best for this and that. Get the silver jug, best of all worlds and just run it. No lube is the worst case scenario. If you have adjustable lube, turn it to Max. Oil is cheap compared to buying new bars, esp when it comes to 25 plus inch bars. Plus most people asking these questions don't run their saw enough to go through a gallon in 3 years. I can tell you from experience, get the silver jug and fill the oil when you fill the fuel. No more complications. Simple as that.
Date published: 2018-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is on the orange woodcutter bottle review Hey there I have worked for HWY dept. for years we used the woodcutter bar and chain lube. Never had any issues in cold winter or hot summers with this oil. We never have switched to blue during winter. I am sure it may make a difference never used it but I am saying the orange botttle worked just fine in cold or hot without switching oils. It’s a good oil. I recently bought a personal pro series stihl for use and trying the platinum bar and chain lube on it so far been great oil. I may have to switch it during winter use who knows. Do the oils have temp ratings info on them somewhere.
Date published: 2018-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You offer OPTIONS! It is nice to have a choice for seasons, viscosity, synthetics, & ecology.
Date published: 2018-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Platinum (Silver Bottle) Bar & Chain Lube I bought the Platinum Bar Lube for my Pole Saw to protect it in the Miami Heat, but now I’m also running it in my MS661 RC-M with a 25” Bar and an RSK chain in North Carolina. The performance is outstanding, it sticks to the chain as intended but does not cause a mess to accumulate in the saw. No hot bars, no burned chains, easily flows through the oiler so no issues in the heat. It does get thick in the cold though and I switch to the Blue Bottle in the winter. It would be good to see a temperature range on the bottle for this product though. Anyway, costly stuff, but it’s pro grade protection for your pro grade Stihl stuff.
Date published: 2017-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from WHICH ONE? A picture of four different bar oils. Which one are we talking about? The site is extremely lacking in clarity as to oil usage. Let's start with temperature, hot, cold, huh?
Date published: 2016-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent get what you pay for... Sure. There are less expensive products out there. But the reason we all bought Stihl equipment is because it's simply the best! Right?So, uhhhh...why would anybody want to cheap things out with cheaper lubricants? I just don't get this! I've put a lot of bar & chain oil thru my saws over the years, never a problem. My chains don't get all stretchy, don't require a heck of a lot of adjustment.This is good stuff. Don't save a couple of bucks by using something designed for an inferior piece of equipment!Just sayin'!
Date published: 2016-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best I've used. Thought it was a little expensive when I bought it for my new MS250. But after using it is worth it. I have used most brands. But this is at the top. Flow through the bar is excellent. Tacky, sticks to chain better than the other brands, this is benefit for saws with non adjustable oil pumps. Also is clean running. Bar groove doesn't plug up as bad and it don't leave gunky build up.
Date published: 2015-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from According to the pros, this is the best I was at the pro chainsaw place and got to talking about bar oil. He said that Stihl is changing bar oil types. The winter blend is still in the blue bottle. But now there are two summer grades. The lower priced bottle now contains a cheaper “woodcutter” lube which the chainsaw guy says is inferior to anything else on the market. He said that it is worse than the independent oil, which is only slightly inferior to Stihl. I do volunteer cutting for the County and would rather buy the better Stihl bar oil than accept free gallons of the Woodcutter bar oil. In the wintertime I transition to the winter grade of Stihl that is in the blue bottle.
Date published: 2014-09-06
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