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    This has been a while in the making, but I have been approached what has to be atleast 50 times to make a slip on faux chainsaw blade.
    So, here it is.
    All you have to do is remove your chain, tighten the bar back up, spray the blade with a little spray adhesive, and slide the cover on. The spray adhesive just keeps the blade from sliding off. This fits 18" and 20" chainsaw bars. The main purpose is to make chainsaws safer to use around patrons. NO hard metal blade to come into contact with. just heavy duty foam to rub legs or arms with. NOT intended for indoor use.

    It has been uploaded to the website and is ready to order.
    www.gore-galore.com/wmd.php
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    Last edited by Gore Galore; 04-01-2013 at 12:00 PM.
     

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    Thanks Larry,
    We appreciate it!
     

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    Hey Larry,

    The slip on chainsaw blades run $150 plus $20 shipping.

    It adds about 6" to the length, and 2 inches to the width helping to give a chainsaw a more aggressive appearance in addition to being safer to use.
     

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    Dam Kevin stop putting cool shit up here, I just added 2 to my TW order. I will just have to stop looking at posts from you I guess. Nice work.
    Phatman
     

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    Brilliant I love it!!
    ~Bill Mlinac
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    www.facebook.com/Deadlandhauntedhouse
    www.Thedeadland.com
     

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    Thanks Gents,
    I really appreciate the complements, but I cannot take the credit for the idea.
    It was originally done by Keith Korner of Scare parts. But since this prop isn't really available from him anymore, I have had TONS of people ask me to do it. So, here it is.
     

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    I am sorry but in the picture it looks too big and cartoonish. If it were a little smaller it might look more realistic.
     

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    It is actually a couple inches shorter than the one pictured. The internal armature when foamed did not go far enough into the foam so we couldn't cut it down enough.
    But yeah, it is not quite as long as shown, and also holds its shape better. This one flopped a little.
     

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