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Author Topic: Chainsaws.  (Read 1807 times)

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Offline VALKIE

Re: Chainsaws.
« Reply #30 on: Sep 02, 2021, 08:41:41 AM »
Went with the petrol variant due to cyclone seasons.
Last time a cyclone hit and we had to clean up the aftermath, all petrol chainsaws in and around Darwin were sold out and Bunnings had electric ones left.
They don't help much when power lines are down.  :evil6:

From the input in this thread, appears battery chainsaws are worth it as long as source of power is available ( inc solar?) and a spare is always charged.

AS I already own several Dewalt tools and have several "always charged" batteries.

I think I should be OK
September 2018 build
Running boards, tow bar, nudge bar, LED driving lights. window tinting, still lots to come.

Offline Ian G

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Re: Chainsaws.
« Reply #31 on: Sep 02, 2021, 04:45:49 PM »
I waited 12 months for Bosch blue to bring one out so I could share batteries, lost patients and bought the AEG, the Dewalt will be a good choice.

Offline wj957

Re: Chainsaws.
« Reply #32 on: Oct 29, 2021, 11:46:06 AM »
Just found this by accident.
Chainsaw attachment for your angle grinder ............ 2 tools in one.

Go to 4:30
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Offline yvesjv

Re: Chainsaws.
« Reply #33 on: Oct 30, 2021, 05:50:01 AM »
Just found this by accident.
Chainsaw attachment for your angle grinder ............ 2 tools in one.

Go to 4:30

I like the comment to that video: "Anyone that puts a masonry bit in an angle-grinder and uses it to drill holes in wood, is probably not safe left alone with a toothbrush.:laughing7:

Offline Java

Re: Chainsaws.
« Reply #34 on: Nov 06, 2021, 07:00:15 AM »
I had petrol makita
It broke i got battery makita saw
I liked it a lot now i have
36v makita saw
18v long pole saw with other attachments
And 18v small 10” saw Makita DUC254Z

Which is great for around house and camping
Also got recip saw which i mostly use to cut bamboo close to the ground

They cope with diameters of the same size as the bar
Battery lasts the same time as the oil
So swap battery top up bar oil


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