Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack
Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack

The Trailbound Trailcutters chainsaw rack was developed for the all the dedicated Traillcutters out there. Its unique universal design works on many different types of dirt bikes and chainsaws. With the use of the included Trailbound Enduro Straps you can mount the rack onto the front of most fork legs. The chainsaw is mounted to the rack using a larger rubber Enduro Strap that holds the saw extremely tight when riding hard enduro. When not hauling a chainsaw the rack looks like a number plate however the slots around edge can be used as mounting points for strapping gas, jacket, tools, camp gear ect. Please read all fitment & details below before ordering. The Baja Designs light can be easily mounted to multiple locations of the rack for keeping it lit on those long rides. 

 

KTM TBI XC/XCW/EXC Bikes: The rack has been updated to compensate for the larger computer but the large radiator shrouds stick out so far that you need to cut off 1.75" of the tip so that the bar of the saw does not hit the right shroud. See example of what you could do here. We are working on a no cut solution please email  trailboundco@gmail.com if interested in being added to the wait list. TBI Husky and Gas Gas do not require shroud cut.

 

Features 


—Machined aluminum frame
—Adjustable rubber straps
—Quick to install/remove 
—Multiple mounting points for different saws or cargo
—Included sheath bracket mount that bolts into your existing sheath  

 

Chainsaw Fitment 


—Adjustable design allows the rack to fit whatever saw you have.
So far we have tested:
—-Stihl MS 192T/ MS 193T
—-
Echo 2511T
—-Husqvarna 338XPT
—If you've got a question or used a different saw let us know!

 

XL Saw Kit Upgrade


This kit is used to carry larger backhandle chainsaws but some guys also use it for the added stability when carrying heavier top handle saws.
Kit includes:
—Additional longer strap + keeper loop for more support on heavier/wider saws
—Triple clamp bolt and spacer for additional support 

 

Utility Strap Kit Upgrade 


This kit comes with Four 20" Black Enduro straps for carrying things like tool bag, fuel bottle, bar oil, jacket, pruning shears, Silky saw ect. 

 

Bike Fitment 


—Does not fit TBI bikes unless you cut the shroud (saw hits the shroud when you turn)
—The 4 adjustable rubber straps makes it work well with most full size dirtbikes. They've been run on KTM, Gas Gas, Husky, Honda, Shereco, Yamaha (WR's do need a mod for speedo) and trials bikes,
—Front computer/spedo clearance: 2" (measured from front face in the center triple clamp bolt to back of chainsaw rack).

 

What Chainsaw to Get 


If you're new to the Trailcutters crew you might be wondering what saw is the best to run. Typically, we run top handle chainsaws saws which are small and lightweight arborist climbing saws. The typical saw you probably have in the garage is a backhanded saw. These are heavy and the long handle sticks out above the bike's handlebar. Our rack will work with these saws (using the XL kit upgrade) but they are generally only needed for really big tree cutting days. The most common trailcutters saw is the stihl MS192t or 193t which is pretty light and has enough power for big cuts. However, the new Echo 2511t is gaining popularity as it is the lightest saw available, you just have to be more patient when cutting larger trees as it has a smaller engine. 

Saws below are weighed without a bar or chain and topped off with fuel and bar oil:
—Stihl MS170 back handle chainsaw: 9.5lb best for really big trees 
—Stihl 193t top handle chainsaw: weight? best all around trailcutters saw 
—Echo 2511t top handle chainsaw: 5.6lb best for brushing and smaller trees, larger trees may take 2 cuts, one from each side of the log

 

01/01/2022 Rack Updates 


We are always testing and updating our designs, here's some of the changes if you have an older model.
—Front brake cable guide still offering toolless removal of rack
—Two additional strap slots at top to fit 193t and larger saws better
—Only the 4 strap design is offered now for strength (no 2 strap + top bolt)
—Fits both TPI and non TPI bikes
—XL kit top triple clamp bolt uses countersunk hole for strength 
—Aluminum frame is thicker for strength 
—Textured material to prevent scratching  

 

If Out Of Stock


—If the site says out of stock please email trailboundco@gmail.com saying that you want a saw rack and I will notify you when ready

 

Related Products


Trailbound Enduro straps: 20" straps fit through the slots for mounting a tool bag or strapping a fuel bottle
Trailbound XL Straps: These larger 32" straps can be used to add extra support to your saw or carrying moto camping gear like a sleeping bag.
Baja Designs Light: can be easily mounted to multiple locations in the rack slots
Chainsaw Grabber Strap: Extra long so you can still get a good hold on it when the rack is mounted

 

Trailcutters Chainsaw Rack

Regular price $249.99


The Trailbound Trailcutters chainsaw rack was developed for the all the dedicated Traillcutters out there. Its unique universal design works on many different types of dirt bikes and chainsaws. With the use of the included Trailbound Enduro Straps you can mount the rack onto the front of most fork legs. The chainsaw is mounted to the rack using a larger rubber Enduro Strap that holds the saw extremely tight when riding hard enduro. When not hauling a chainsaw the rack looks like a number plate however the slots around edge can be used as mounting points for strapping gas, jacket, tools, camp gear ect. Please read all fitment & details below before ordering. The Baja Designs light can be easily mounted to multiple locations of the rack for keeping it lit on those long rides. 

 

KTM TBI XC/XCW/EXC Bikes: The rack has been updated to compensate for the larger computer but the large radiator shrouds stick out so far that you need to cut off 1.75" of the tip so that the bar of the saw does not hit the right shroud. See example of what you could do here. We are working on a no cut solution please email  trailboundco@gmail.com if interested in being added to the wait list. TBI Husky and Gas Gas do not require shroud cut.

 

Features 


—Machined aluminum frame
—Adjustable rubber straps
—Quick to install/remove 
—Multiple mounting points for different saws or cargo
—Included sheath bracket mount that bolts into your existing sheath  

 

Chainsaw Fitment 


—Adjustable design allows the rack to fit whatever saw you have.
So far we have tested:
—-Stihl MS 192T/ MS 193T
—-
Echo 2511T
—-Husqvarna 338XPT
—If you've got a question or used a different saw let us know!

 

XL Saw Kit Upgrade


This kit is used to carry larger backhandle chainsaws but some guys also use it for the added stability when carrying heavier top handle saws.
Kit includes:
—Additional longer strap + keeper loop for more support on heavier/wider saws
—Triple clamp bolt and spacer for additional support 

 

Utility Strap Kit Upgrade 


This kit comes with Four 20" Black Enduro straps for carrying things like tool bag, fuel bottle, bar oil, jacket, pruning shears, Silky saw ect. 

 

Bike Fitment 


—Does not fit TBI bikes unless you cut the shroud (saw hits the shroud when you turn)
—The 4 adjustable rubber straps makes it work well with most full size dirtbikes. They've been run on KTM, Gas Gas, Husky, Honda, Shereco, Yamaha (WR's do need a mod for speedo) and trials bikes,
—Front computer/spedo clearance: 2" (measured from front face in the center triple clamp bolt to back of chainsaw rack).

 

What Chainsaw to Get 


If you're new to the Trailcutters crew you might be wondering what saw is the best to run. Typically, we run top handle chainsaws saws which are small and lightweight arborist climbing saws. The typical saw you probably have in the garage is a backhanded saw. These are heavy and the long handle sticks out above the bike's handlebar. Our rack will work with these saws (using the XL kit upgrade) but they are generally only needed for really big tree cutting days. The most common trailcutters saw is the stihl MS192t or 193t which is pretty light and has enough power for big cuts. However, the new Echo 2511t is gaining popularity as it is the lightest saw available, you just have to be more patient when cutting larger trees as it has a smaller engine. 

Saws below are weighed without a bar or chain and topped off with fuel and bar oil:
—Stihl MS170 back handle chainsaw: 9.5lb best for really big trees 
—Stihl 193t top handle chainsaw: weight? best all around trailcutters saw 
—Echo 2511t top handle chainsaw: 5.6lb best for brushing and smaller trees, larger trees may take 2 cuts, one from each side of the log

 

01/01/2022 Rack Updates 


We are always testing and updating our designs, here's some of the changes if you have an older model.
—Front brake cable guide still offering toolless removal of rack
—Two additional strap slots at top to fit 193t and larger saws better
—Only the 4 strap design is offered now for strength (no 2 strap + top bolt)
—Fits both TPI and non TPI bikes
—XL kit top triple clamp bolt uses countersunk hole for strength 
—Aluminum frame is thicker for strength 
—Textured material to prevent scratching  

 

If Out Of Stock


—If the site says out of stock please email trailboundco@gmail.com saying that you want a saw rack and I will notify you when ready

 

Related Products


Trailbound Enduro straps: 20" straps fit through the slots for mounting a tool bag or strapping a fuel bottle
Trailbound XL Straps: These larger 32" straps can be used to add extra support to your saw or carrying moto camping gear like a sleeping bag.
Baja Designs Light: can be easily mounted to multiple locations in the rack slots
Chainsaw Grabber Strap: Extra long so you can still get a good hold on it when the rack is mounted

 

Related Products