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    Is this Ryobi Expand-It Pole Saw compatible with my Ryobi Brush Cutter?

    Hey all long time no post.
    Anyway I have a Ryobi 52cc Easy Start Brush Cutter and am looking at purchasing a Ryobi Expand-It Pole Saw attachment for it.

    But I have no idea if they're compatible because the Bunning's Warehouse listing says the pole saw at is compatible with a variety of split-shaft spline drive power heads but doesn't list the models. So if anyone has any knowledge of these pi would appreciate it if you could give me any information on this.

    It should theoretically be compatible because they both have a split-shaft spline drive Male to Female.

    Link to Ryobi Brush Cutter:https://www.bunnings.co.nz/ryobi-52c...tter_p00056628

    Link to Pole Saw Attachment:https://www.bunnings.co.nz/ryobi-exp...ment_p00183414

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    Hardware forums

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    i remember the old days where you'd just walk into the store and ask the attendant if shit would work and if not what would work

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    St4lk3r wrote:
    i remember the old days where you'd just walk into the store and ask the attendant if shit would work and if not what would work
    I do try that but the guys at Bunning's are useless and don't know what they're talking about even if they look after assigned department.

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    So instead of popping a quick email to support@ryobi.co.nz here we are

    Fair enough then, good luck

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    I would say yes.

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    I would say no, maybe, I don't know, can you repeat the question?

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    Oh shit I need one of these

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    Take your tool into Bunnings and test fit it with the other attachment.

    Take your brush cutter in as well.

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    Maybe.

    Hope this helps.

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    Fragluton wrote:
    Take your tool into Bunnings and test fit it with the other attachment.

    Take your brush cutter in as well.
    Don't be afraid to open packets to try the attachments. My mum does this and she doesn't afraid of anything.

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    Imma Kant wrote:
    Don't be afraid to open packets to try the attachments. My mum does this and she doesn't afraid of anything.
    Which is a bit of a no no at bunnings but incredibly bad when she does it at peaches and cream

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    Doesn't Bunnings have a display model of basically everything, especially attachments for garden tools?

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    St4lk3r wrote:
    Which is a bit of a no no at bunnings but incredibly bad when she does it at peaches and cream
    I lol'd.

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    Halofan wrote:
    I do try that but the guys at Bunning's are useless and don't know what they're talking about even if they look after assigned department.
    That's what you get for going to Bunnings. Mitre 10 is where all the knowledgeable old dudes with beards like to work.

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    Edward Diego wrote:
    That's what you get for going to Bunnings. Mitre 10 is where all the knowledgeable old dudes with beards like to work.
    Not quite right. Even the dudes at Mitre 10 don't know jack alot of the time.

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    WarZoner wrote:
    Not quite right. Even the dudes at Mitre 10 don't know jack alot of the time.
    hardly surprising, Jack works at a different branch so chances are theyve never crossed paths

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    One dad joke too far.

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    Oh come onnnnnnnnn

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    Edward Diego wrote:
    That's what you get for going to Bunnings. Mitre 10 is where all the knowledgeable old dudes with beards like to work.
    Mitre10 don't sell Ryobi, I'd be impressed if they could help.

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    I’d cut the brush around Mutton’s pole saw, if you know what I’m saying.

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    St4lk3r wrote:
    i remember the old days where you'd just walk into the store and ask the attendant if shit would work and if not what would work
    Yeah, but bunnings

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    WarZoner wrote:
    Not quite right. Even the dudes at Mitre 10 don't know jack alot of the time.
    The trick is to just pretend you know a lot

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    ^That is me every time I go to buy electronics. Sales guys are always amazed how much I know about the product I am looking to buy, and I'm amazed how little they know.