1981 - Volume #5, Issue #4, Page #09[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Make Your Chain Saw Work Harder
The attachment retails for about $30 and fits almost all standard chain saws. All attachments fit to the adaptor in seconds, and a rotating gear allows the tools to operate at any angle.
What can you do with your converted chain saw? Here's the list:
1. Cut brush. Standard Duraflex blade head accepts any 1 in. arbor blade. $80.
2. Run a boat. Makes your saw an outboard motor that attaches to anything from a sailboat to a raft. $100.
3. Generate electric power. Generates 500 watts of portable power, 115 volts AC or DC. Has 12-V battery charger. $190.
4. Pump water. Lightweight 6 gal/min. pump uses standard garden hose for pumping out basements, pools or boats and sells for $40. Heavy duty 80 gal/min. pump. $160.
5. Trim hedges. Chrome blades and 30 in. cutting length. $100.
6. Saw masonry or metal. Converts to a reciprocating saw that cuts through metal, concrete, plaster or wood. $90.
7. Drill holes. Standard drill chuck adapts it for any bit up to 1/2 in. $80.
With Versatool attachments, you have a full line of tools and equipment "for about half the price of buying the individual pieces," the manufacturer points out.
Distributors and dealers are located throughout the U.S. and Canada. Dealer inquiries are welcome.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Versatool, Inc.; 7420 San Fernando Road; Sun Valley, Calif. 91352 (ph 213 767-2903).
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