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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bobfuente, Mar 27, 2021.
Right there, you have a million dollar idea. If you don't do it someone else will.
Unfortunately, it really does take money to make money...
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.
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.
My 20 Volt is a beast, can imagine what the 60 will do. Doubt you will be disappointed.
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.
Two battery packs about outlasted me. By the time my second pack neared depletion, my first one was fully recharged.
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.
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.
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.