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Rim Sprocket, .325"- 9 Standard 7

Part# 13624

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Sprocket Type Rim


Chain Pitch is the size of the chain, and is defined as the distance between any three consecutive rivets divided by two. Oregon chain is made in several pitches - 1/4" is the smallest, 3/8" is the most popular, 3/4” is the largest. Pitch is important because the drive sprocket must be the same pitch as the chain, and if applicable, the bar nose sprocket. The easiest way to determine the pitch of your chain is to look at the number stamped on the drive link.
Sprocket Tooth Count

Sprocket Tooth Count

Your saw may be compatible with various drive sprockets. If this is the case, a smaller tooth-count will deliver more speed, while a larger tooth-count will deliver more torque (useful on smaller saws). Tooth-count may also influence the drive link count on replacement chain.
Radial Port Included No
Rims Included No
Wear Indicator No
Bearing included No
Spline Size SD7

Specifications, Details & Support

Product Description

The 13624 rim sprocket is a standard 7 spline (Sd7) .325" pitch sprocket with 9 teeth. Oregon rims offer the ultimate cutting system performance by providing a smoother cutting experience and less chain wear when compared to spur sprockets. The rim's radial port design uses centrifugal force to throw off sawduct and debris. Wear-depth indicators show when it's time to replace the rim.

Product Details

  • Pitch: .325", Size: Standard 7 Spline, Tooth Count: 9
  • Two-piece design includes a drum with a replaceable rim, allowing rim to be replaced multiple times before the entire unit is replaced
  • Extend operational life by maximizing chain and bar groove alignment
  • For best performance, replace every three rims
Volume 0.762 in³
Product UOM Each
Weight (with Packaging) 0.085 Lb


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