- Thu Sep 22, 2016 2:10 pm
It's definitely a neck saver for a new driver, as well as a switch, tire, motor/gearbox life extension! I'm just not sure how long it will last on 18V. It's no longer available, and as I mentioned, not something that can be easily replaced. I'm keeping it installed for a while, and when I've got the time, money, and parts to do something awesome with the sawblade, then I'll eliminate it, or if that becomes the new favorite, I'll throw in a different harness to eliminate it. But what I've read about them, there's most likely going to be an issue running 18V, based on the number of dead boards I've read about. Hey, does yours have a model number on it? I just ran out to get the models for my silverado and the saw blade, but the saw blade didn't have a visible model, at least not under the hood like my silverado does? My silverado is labeled as "Chevy silverado New" "74310-9997". I'm only asking because it was asked in another thread also?
But I think I'll plan to save that soft start for a ride I'll be making for the neighbors granddaughter. She's about 6 weeks old, and visits rarely, but I'll be making her a power wheels fanatic asap, and an excellent driver at a very young age!