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  • #16
    Re: Why Not a Cordless Hedger?

    Here's my vote for 24 volt lawn equipment.
    http://www.cgiconnection.com/download

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    • #17
      Re: Why Not a Cordless Hedger?

      Originally posted by Woussko View Post
      Echo, Little Wonder and Stihl make hedge trimmers with little 2 cycle engines powering them. They are a bit much for home owners but landscapers really love them.
      I'll never buy another two-cycle piece of lawn equipment. Hate the pollution and smell. I have a 4 stroke weedwacker and leaf blower. Soooo much cleaner. As an added bonus they run a lot longer on a tank of gas.

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      • #18
        Re: Why Not a Cordless Hedger?

        Originally posted by JWMustang View Post
        Yes cordless hedger would be a good start.
        And why not make a cordless a$$crack detector while you're at it.
        Phil
        Tools Rule

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        • #19
          Re: Why Not a Cordless Hedger?

          Originally posted by PhilG. View Post
          And why not make a cordless a$$crack detector while you're at it.

          Good idea - I'm sure all the plumbers could benefit from it!

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          • #20
            I second all the suggestions here. If Ridgid were to add a trimmer and a blower, I'd get one ASAP.

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            • #21
              I stopped waiting for it and bought the Ryobi 24v trimmer and with a quick modification, it works with both 18v and 24v ridgid batteries.

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              • #22
                here Is a cordless hedge trimmer by a different company

                Here is a little simpler version of it,

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbK9eybE35E#t=106
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