|Handle Length (in.)||288||Product Depth (in.)||2 in|
|Product Height (in.)||80 in||Product Width (in.)||2 in|
|Garden Center Tool Type||Pruning Saw||Garden Tool Handle Style||Ergonomic|
|Handle Material||Aluminum||Product Weight (lb.)||6.84 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Saw Type||Pruning Saw|
A: Hi Gene, All our accessories for the standard pole will fit in the double-duty pole. Generally, our DocaPole products have standard ACME threading sized 3/4 inch to 5/8 inches, which allows it to connect to a number of attachments. I hope this information helps you decide on your purchase. Take care and have a great day!
A: I have a DocaPole with a GoSaw and I see what looks like a hole on the GoSaw side that screws to the pole, but the holes are filled (with the plastic that screws into the pole), and the pole screw end does not have a hole that would allow a retaining bolt through it. I have used it to trim one of my palm trees and it has worked fine so far, but time will tell.
A: Yes it is the primary way of securing the saw attachment to your pole the hole is intended for reinforcement depending on the type of project that you'll work with a retaining bolt will be a huge help in making sure the saw attached is secure
A: I’ve used mine a few times on Palm tree fronds that are 20 ft above the ground and have not had any problems. The pole will have some flex when reaching those heights. The technique is to let the saw do the work and not attempt to apply extra pressure to the pole.
A: With proper care, usage, and storage, we believe all our products should last within intended use.
A: If it were a manufacturer defect I am sure you get a replacement. However if you damaged a section I would think you would need to contact the manufacturer for help. PePersonally, I do t think they would have spare sections for replacing.
A: If you recently purchased home depot will work with you... Maybe