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    Chain Saw Drill Attachment

    Got not quite what I planned, but despite the shortcomings it works well. I wanted to set the drill equipment right on the engine's cranks, but it turns into the opposite side. Therefore, it was necessary to install through the bus and chain.

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    The way you have to hold that looks sketchy as all get out! one slip and you are wrapped up in the chain!
    From the time you're born till' you ride in a hearse, there's nothing so bad it couldn't be worse!

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    Not detracting from this but it seems really awkward to me and a lot of work made from bits & bobs. I recently sold one that drove straight off the bar. I didn't need it any more as no longer doing any rural fencing where it excelled. Again, Not detracting from this job but I'd be using a cordless drill but then I've already have one.

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    Thanks Vyacheslav.Nevolya! We've added your Chainsaw Drill Attachment to our Drilling and Drill Presses category,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al8236 View Post
    The way you have to hold that looks sketchy as all get out! one slip and you are wrapped up in the chain!
    I am inclined to agree, the whole arrangement looks clumsy and did I see the saw's teeth still there? There must be another way to achieve the same end, perhaps a weedwhacker motor through a gearbox?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vyacheslav.Nevolya View Post
    as to why would you not have ground the teeth down on the drive chain
    would not a battery drill do the same job but less expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Pearson View Post
    I am inclined to agree, the whole arrangement looks clumsy and did I see the saw's teeth still there? There must be another way to achieve the same end, perhaps a weedwhacker motor through a gearbox?
    Here is another way.



    But this one isn't very fast to remove, and you need another clutch if you want to use it as a chainsaw again.

    I like that "attachment" idea is better, just cover to the chain. ( if it feels reasonable )

    Idea itself is very interesting.
    I like that its now removable add, not " permanent modification ".

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    I've heard a lot of criticism. That's the essence of the problem. I build my own house, do everything myself, builders I do not hire. In order to secure wooden beams on the ceiling, steel pins need to be put into concrete. For this purpose it is necessary to make in concrete many openings in diameter of 18 mm. Someone recommends that the best cordless drill is you serious? Holes in concrete with a 18 mm cordless drill? The cordless drill will die in a couple of minutes. The house is not yet connected to the mains, it is necessary to look for a way out of the situation. I had an old broken drill, I decided to connect it to the chainsaw, but provided that the chainsaw remains preserved. So I agree that the design is dangerous and awkward, but its purpose is to drill holes in concrete, and then throw it away and forget. Thank you all for your attention.

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