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Ty Korrigan
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Do you know if the motor and head can easily be detached from the shaft?
Storage/transport...

I think you would need a battery multi tool for that. I know ego do a battery multi tool.

Makita also. Not sure about husky or stihl

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I'm another fan of the Husky pole pruner.  Miles better than petrol versions that I've used, plenty power and battery lasts pretty well.  Storage and transport is an issue as it's a bit unwieldy but it's no worse than a petrol version.  I have managed to bend the shaft by dropping stuff onto it, but it still works which is something that the petrol pole pruners I've used don't always manage. 

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Have a look at the HTA 135, it uses the 12" 3/8 1.1mm chain as the old petrol saws did. From my limited use, it seems a good machine the motor is at the bottom as well not having a cable running up the shaft. A dam sight more heavy duty than the HTA 86 and still feels lighter than a petrol machine, probably works out the same weight but less vibration. 

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