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  1. Hi folks, I have the DEWALT DCCS670 FLEXVOLT 60V MAX chainsaw and would like to try the Stihl 2 in 1 sharpener but am not sure what size or if it will work. It has the original chain it came with. Dewalt saw replacement chain part number N594321. Btw, this saw is perfect for me as I don’t speak fluent two stroke. thanks
  2. I'm invested in both 40V and 60V platforms. Is there a difference between the two battery chainsaws? I know they operate at different voltages (duh), but voltage doesn't equate to power; watts do. Are there subtle differences between the two units that are not advertised? https://www.dewalt.com/products/power-tools/outdoor-power-equipment/40v-max-xr-16-cordless-chainsaw-bare/dccs690b https://www.dewalt.com/products/power-tools/outdoor-power-equipment/flexvolt-60v-max-cordless-chainsaw-tool-only/dccs670b
  3. hello all, yes i resgistered here in search of chainsaw chat, especially for the Milwaukee new M18 im considering purchasing it but have a challenge in doing so as a tourist in NYC in August. 1. the shipped battery at 216 wH is too high energy to be taken back either as permissable cabin or luggage hold air transport - it has to be Dangerous goods certified shipping: a BIG cost+hassle 2. I cannot seem to purchase the saw in USA without the M18 battery - itself selling at 199USD as a standalone item 3. I cannot advertise to sell a brand new M18 batt
  4. Just wondering(not planing on buying one any time soon) How does the makita 18v (the one that takes two batteries) chainsaw compare to a "mid-range" stihl chainsaw. it would only be used a few times a year, and my Dad already has the the makita 18v line
  5. Wanna see a funky chainsaw? I found this thing while searching for other shit. It's apparently supposed to reduce fatigue when cutting downed trees. This particular model is a Homelite XL
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