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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Tbarchaser, Sep 8, 2003.
Ok can I mate this
with this? it will make quick work of shaping big Ligustrums. and I can just change back to the saw and tackle the palms. I would like the kombi system not the (just unbolt the head and swap em)
As far as I know ya cant do that.
The power head can't run the trimer atach that far away and I don't think the shaft on the pole pruner will accept that hedging atach.
I would think it takes more power to run the saw? imo
I think still sells an aritculating hedge trimmer head for the pole saw. If not I know echo makes one for theirs
Yep thats right but only the hedging head will attach to the pole pruner not the extension piece with the hedging head in the first pic.
The same power is coming out of the power head all the times regardless of what head is on it. I said that the extension piece with the hedge trim attach in the first pic ya posted would be to far away from the Ht 75 power head to run it and wouldn't fit the machine anyway. That HT 75 in the second pic has a tommy screw and extends out to 11' 6'' so even if it fit it's not designed to provide adequate power to an attachment that is higher than 11' 6''.
I think they have a different spline on the head. I think you might be able to put a hedger head on a weed whacker though.
The hedgetrimmer attachment will work on the Ht 75. Just a bit heavy. I've sold quite a few with that configuration.
Yeh just the head |NOT the extension pice with the head.
I guess it depends on how drunk you are!!!