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|02-01-2013 09:18 AM|
|timtim2008||is this a good saw? or is it just cheap plastic?|
|01-05-2013 01:12 PM|
FYI, I do realize there still might be a good reason to need to cut those.
|01-05-2013 01:10 PM|
To be fair I did once bring a generator to the end of my driveway to use my electric leafblower.
|01-05-2013 12:14 PM|
|01-05-2013 11:05 AM|
Says listing has ended
Dead i think
|01-04-2013 02:26 AM|
|ETP||Dead and I was going to order two.|
|01-04-2013 02:25 AM|
|smikwily||Same. Sold out while checking it out. Thanks any how, Op!|
|01-04-2013 02:16 AM|
Dammit. Went out of stock just as I was checking out... :X
Thx anyway OP, good deal.
|01-04-2013 02:13 AM|
|Bizill||It's 'a comin'... and since ammo is already scarce, trust me, I've been searching for bulk, then this will have to do in a pinch. I'll at least be able to keep them at bay, er, 14 feet's-length away. Remember, go for the brains. This cuts up to 6". That'll git 'r done.|
|01-04-2013 12:58 AM|
|dcobb||I'm very tempted to get this, if for nothing else when the zombie apocalypse comes, and it will come...|
|01-04-2013 12:42 AM|
have one (use it rarely - but it gets the job done w/flying colors!) got it new - paid over $100 / great tool!
just got another one - for extra reach and battery and chain!
|01-04-2013 12:03 AM|
|01-03-2013 11:36 PM|
Even with the additional tongue(male) meant to fit the groove(female) of the saw section and the lack of the groove on the other end I was able to lightly force 2 extensions together. Even more effort will be needed in balancing and handling it. A potential concern may be that the male and female connection points of each assembly could get worn and break from the added stress. I attempted this later and thus was not any cause of the wiggle/ sag concern mentioned earlier.
I've used it several times and there isn't an impression of the tongue(male) where there shouldn't be. The chainsaw stops near instantly when the trigger is no longer pulled. Besides to safely prune with a pole saw you're never to be directly under the cut or where the limb will fall.
|01-03-2013 11:34 PM|
One detail that you should be aware of with these pole saws is that the max height assumes your own height included in the measure. That is, if it says 14 feet then they're assuming that ~5 - 6 feet of that is you. You'll also lose some of that height to angle since you really don't want to stand directly under what you're cutting.
Handy tools overall though. I've gotten a lot of use out of mine.
|01-03-2013 11:20 PM|
|hobojon||The 18v b&d batteries interchange with the dewalt.|
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