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Need reccomenations for easy to start chainsaw

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bobfuente, Mar 27, 2021.

  1. ICanFixIt

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    Right there, you have a million dollar idea. If you don't do it someone else will.
     
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    Unfortunately, it really does take money to make money... :anyone:
     
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    It's already done. I have a craftsman gas pole saw from Lowes that allows using a drill or an electric impact to start it.
    https://www.lowes.com/pd/Genuine-Parts-Electric-Start-Drill-Bit/1000860496

    My 20 V Dewalt impact driver doesn't have enough oomph to start the saw but the 24V Kobalt battery impact gun certainly does. Nice not to jerk a rope.
     
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    My 20 Volt is a beast, can imagine what the 60 will do. Doubt you will be disappointed.
     
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    Today's the first chance I've had to put it to the test. Everything y'all told me about it is true. Weak WiFi. Trying to post pics.
     
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    Two battery packs about outlasted me. By the time my second pack neared depletion, my first one was fully recharged.
     
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    I'm trying to think of something negative to say about it, and the only thing I can come up with is the price of the batteries. Nevertheless, this is money well spent.
     
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    I am trying to post pics and my WiFi is just too weak right now. But man, I cleaned out that entire area where the pine is. As I was cleaning up the lower branches I saw new growth on it - everywhere. So I'm giving the tree the benefit of a doubt. I went ahead and cleaned up that whole area. It looks so good now that I'm entertaining the thought of putting a picnic table down there.
     

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    Hey I got one of those battery powered mini chainsaws 4” and it cuts great trimming branches, Crepe Mrytle etc. so far so good...made in China.
     
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