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Gas Pole Saw with Hedge Trimmer- Sportsman Series
• Pole Extension, Hedge Trimmer Head, Chain Saw Head
• Engine Displacement: 32.6cc
• Fuel Tank Capacity: 27.9 oz
• Cutting Width : 1 inch
• Cutting Length : 9.75 inch
• Handle Shape: P-Handle
• Power (Watts): 850 1.14 HP
• Max Speed: 9,500
• Idling Speed 2,700-3,400
• 114 dB(A)
• Accessories Included: Socket Wrench, Mixing Bottle, Screwdriver, Single Belt,
M4 hex wrench, M5 hex wrench
• EPA Approved
• 2-Cycle (Mix 0.7 oz 2-Cycle Oil with 28 oz Gasoline)
500 in stock
The Sportsman Series Gas Pole Saw Hedge Trimmer is a versatile outdoor tool that allows you to maintain your trees and hedges with ease. This Gas Pole Saw Hedge Trimmer features a 2-cycle engine that is EPA-approved for low emissions, making it an environmentally-friendly choice for your yard work.
The pole extension on the saw lets me reach branches that would otherwise be out of my reach. In addition, the hedge trimmer head allows me to easily shape and trim hedges and bushes. Additionally, the chain saw head can be used for cutting larger branches and limbs.
A Gas Pole Saw with Hedge Trimmer lets me trim and maintain hedges and tree branches. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how I use it effectively:
- First thing to remember is safety first. Before I begin, I put on safety gear. I put on my goggles, gloves, and ear protection, to shield myself from any potential hazards.
- I assemble the pole saw attachment to the gas-powered motor unit according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Make sure all connections are secure.
- Before I start, I fill the gas tank with the recommended fuel mixture. (Important note: I ALWAYS follow the instructions in the user manual.) Next I prime the engine, set the choke, and pull the starter cord to start the engine. Then, I let it warm up for a few minutes.
- Adjust the pole length: Most gas pole saws have telescopic poles, so I adjust the length to reach the desired height. Then I lock the pole in place once I have the right length.
- Trimming branches: I position the pole saw blade near the branch I want to trim, and align it properly. Then I press the throttle and guide the blade through the branch using smooth, controlled movements. If I have a lot of cutting to do, I always take breaks to allow the blade to cool.
- When I am ready for the next job, I switch to the hedge trimmer. I detach the pole saw attachment and then I attach the hedge trimmer attachment. Then I make sure it’s securely fastened.
- I hold the pole saw at a comfortable angle and position the blades parallel to the hedge surface. I move the tool in a sweeping motion along the hedge, trimming off excess growth. One important note: Be cautious and avoid cutting electrical cords or other obstacles.
- Finally, it’s clean up time! When I am done, I turn off the engine, detach the attachments, and clean them thoroughly. I remove any debris from the blades and wipe them down before storing.
Remember, I always recommend you consult the user manual that came with your specific model. It contains detailed instructions and safety guidelines.
A gas pole saw is typically designed to cut high tree branches using a chainsaw-like cutting mechanism at the end of a long pole. It is built to handle thicker and tougher wood, and the cutting chain is designed to make clean cuts through tree branches.
On the other hand, a hedge trimmer is designed to trim and shape hedges and shrubs. It usually has dual reciprocating blades that move back and forth to cut through thin branches and foliage. Hedge trimmers are designed to create precise and clean cuts on smaller branches.
Item # GPSHT32