Brand: Kolpin Powersports
Transport your chainsaw securely and safely on any ATV . You'll never have to strap your chainsaw (not included) to a rack, or try to fit it in your storage box again. This innovative saw press features a cam-over locking mechanism so the swing door cannot open inadvertently while riding on rough terrain. It provides quick and easy access to get the job done. Tough rubber pads provide a cushion for the powerhead and protects the chainsaw bar during transport.
Saw Press II Assembly:
1. Attach the Hinged Plates to the mounting Bracket using the three (3) .25” x .50” long bolts, and
three (3) .25” Nylock nuts.
2. The Hinged Plates can be set at 45 degree angles to accommodate your ATV and Saw.
3. Place the 1” OD Washer on the Hand Knob and thread through the swivel in the hinged plates.
Install the 3/8” Nylock nut on the exposed thread of the hand knob and tighten so the nut is even
with the end of the end of the threads. This nut prevents the Hand Knob from loosening and
falling out of the swivel.
Saw Press II Mounting:
1. Attach the Saw Press II Mounting Bracket to the rack of your ATV using the (3) ¼” – 20 U-Bolts
provided. Securely fasten the U-Bolts using the ¼” Washers and Nylock Nuts Provided.
2. Tighten Securely. Place the Rubber Caps over the protruding threads of the U-Bolts.
Saw Press II Use:
· The Saw Press II is designed to carry your saw safely and securely while keeping your ATV rack
open for other necessities.
· Place the saw into the Kolpin Saw Press II and push the front plate closed. Swing the Hand Knob
into the slot in the front plate, tighten securely. To open, loosen the Hand Knob and pivot the
hand knob to release the front plate.
· The flanges on the front plate are designed to help keep branches from hitting and possibly
opening the Hand Knob.
You are able to mount your saw so that the power head is not sitting on the area provided. See
picture below. It is best if your power head is sitting on the foam pad, but in some instances this
may not work, and has proven no loss in performance of the Saw Press II.