Oregon Products humble beginnings came about in the 1940s, when Joseph Buford Cox observed a small timber-beetle larva easily eating through a piece of timber, and he wondered if he could duplicate the beetle's jaw shape in steel, thereby making the chainsaw blade a much more effective tool. He did, and his invention quickly took off. Today, Oregon Products is part of a larger organization, but it's still focused on innovation, earning the trust of customers, and providing a competitive advantage. They are dedicated to producing tools that you can depend on.
Use the Oregon 28842 3/16 in. File Replacement Stones 3 Count on chainsaws, brush cutters and trimmers, lawn mower blades, and more. These stones keep your cutting chain sharp for maximum performance and safety. These stones are easy to replace and make your tools even more effective.