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    Then I would look for another shop. Its not always the shop with most signs and best show case with lots of bling that give best service. There is likely someone around you that knows more and could help. Possibly not as easy to find... Stihl has them for some chain, Oregon has them as well as any parts supplier. Your dealer should be able to get them easily. The more hook/thin top plate there is faster wood wear on it regardless of how sharp it is. More material is stronger than less. The position file is in tooth when filing is one way to get more hook. In change of file's angle when filing is better to change to get more hook. More hook make it get grabby and vibrate more with more wear on drivelink sides and bar groove sides.
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    There is a common confusion with filing that sharpness and shape/angles are the same, it isn't. Even with shapes like ( rather than C you need same sharp edge even if its thin. Even a straight angle like L shaped can get a rasor sharp edge althoug it is hard to do. I have been to East US on the northern parts. Got to see some wood to. I don't think sugar maple there was very hard. A lot like the maple here from what I could tell. We have red maple here that is hard as your oak in NH. The grabby part is in the shape of the cutters edge. Once you round filed it to be more ( than C it will increase speed and smoothness. If its sharp that is... There are multiple ways around doing this. I let file sit a tad higher in tooth or use 4'5mm file. Later is more common by me. I file them before it ever get close to a saw. I file again when it doesn't cut by its weight or start to loose edge. One stoke is usually enough then. Wait longer it will need more as the edge gets beaten up. More strokes mean you get behind the tempered zone and it last less. I tested this VXL and other chains out of the box on same saw in same wood and can't really say they were better in any way.
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