Originally Posted by TDI-Minnie
Good idea, but why electric? Worried about gas fumes? What do you plug it into when you hit a tight spot?
Did not want to carry gas in the basement. (Had diesel RV's then)
Don't like the noise of a gas chain saw
Gas saws won't start a lot of the time.
Electric chain saws are lighter and smaller than gas models.
I carried 100' + power cord, and if my RV was more than 100' away from the tree/ branch, well it just did not need to come down until I got closer. Plugged it into the RV with gen on. Never had a problem with the long cord.
The choice was easy for me. I have a gas chain saw, but never took it in the RV for the above reasons.
Also I often cut firewood with the chain saw