Husqvarna Rubbish Saw Not Cutting Straight... Again.
So after purchasing a brand new Oregon bar and chain my Husqvarna 55 Rubbish saw, in a matter of 30 minutes or so - has returned to cutting in a curvature and binding in larger diameter (oak) logs.
I realize I attempted to use it for actual wood cutting rather than the 2 in. rubbish limbs which are it's nominal limits I've accepted - call me an optimist or desperate.
I installed an Oregon 180SLGK095 PRO-LITEÃ¯Â¿Â½ Bar. I think the chain was 95VP072G.
I'm ambivalent on how good it lubricates the bar/chain. On one hand the Rubbish saw has always excelled at leaving LARGE puddles of oil anywhere it's stored. On the other hand it never seems to use up much oil during actual rubbish cutting usage. When it runs out of fuel there's always plenty of oil left. The oiling port is whistle clean.
So... any suggestions on why this saw likes to convert it's bars to curve so that it binds once it's fully buried in thicker logs? I really hesitate at throwing more money at such a piece of rubbish unless I can have a reasonable expectation or results other than the usual rubbish.