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  1. Thanks Mark and I have tried all of them that I know. Things are taking longer as I had to wait a while for a clutch for a really old Tanaka strimmer. However, with Stihl it seems to be that they have marketed certain battery equipment in their catalogue that is yet to be released. Apparently it’s not uncommon.
  2. I wish I had opted for Husqvarna so my mistake. Hey ho as at least I have learned an expensive lesson.
  3. 6 weeks kinds of goes against the furlough argument though as they are supposed to be an international company and Husqvarna don’t have these problems with their comparable battery equipment. Hence the post.
  4. I just wondered if anyone else was experiencing really bad problems with Stihl at the moment as they have taken over 6 weeks to supply their battery equipment to support using the HSA86 with having the battery fitted to a harness and belt. Seems like they are struggling to deliver on their battery equipment options. Views?

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