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#1 Titus OFFLINE  

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Posted October 12, 2017 - 10:36 AM

Hi guys,

    On your GEs, are you using original OEM equipment, or using an inverter? Lets see your setups for your yard tools!!



#2 Billy M ONLINE  

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Posted October 12, 2017 - 11:39 AM

I used to use my ET hedge trimmer a lot.  Since I got the Black and Decker 40V Li-Ion weed wacker, hedge trimmer, blower, and chain saw...I've been using those.  The 40V cordless hedge trimmer runs for a REALLY long time and I don't have to worry about cutting the cord.  Cut quality is better on the B&D as well. 

 

I have used my rotary inverter quite a few times to power random things around the yard.  The inverters are pretty handy. 

 

The chainsaw works great.  I've used that a few times also. 

 

I have a home-made log splitter that runs off of the main PTO.  It's elec/hydraulic powered by an ET snowblower motor.  It works great.  I run the charger while splitting and have split about a ½ cord at a time with it and never had the pack run dead.  I would guess it would split a cord, but I have to stop and stack at a ½ cord, working by myself.


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