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Old 06-07-12   #61 (permalink)
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Re: After my first chipper..!!

might take me a while, but i will ACTUALLY get one
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Can't interest you in a Tidy Mog with a blown gear box or a Wallinstein splitter per chance?
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Can't interest you in a Tidy Mog with a blown gear box or a Wallinstein splitter per chance?


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Have they advertised it in the beano yet?
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I bought a little entec before timberwolf 150 for just under 4k with 1000 hours tidy little thing and chips like a good un!
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Might be looking to sell my greenmech Cs100 if your interested. Just waiting to see how much i'll get for a trade in first.

14hp which i've had no bother with and it chips more than i ever thought it would, especially with the letter box opening. Bought it last year to start up, was ex demo really clean and spare set of blades. Has maybe a few more scratches but looks the same as when it arrived.

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Re: After my first chipper..!!

i bought a nov 2006 tw125 in jan - 2 months later the engine stopped dead , like not even any warning just jammed tight.

new engine ... but now its like a new machine thats tbh i would be lost without , appart from poor paintwork which i can sort (i was in the motor trade so bonus) - so , if u can , buy new.. but even an extra 50 a month extra on a loan or fianance can be alot to a small setup like mine

i looked into fianance but the payments sounded ok then the vat killed it for me , maybe if i was out 5 days per week id have gone for it but 2nd hand 100 less over same term of years - twist it round thou and the replacement engine has cost me alot

hoping to pay it off in full b4 winter , so if that happens il be happy, **** happens things break
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About 300 quid a month for a new tw 150, with a 1500 deposit.

300.00 a month is a lot to small businesses, just watch out as you can end up just going to work just to pay bills and thats all...
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Have a look at a Bandit chipper, 4" gravity fed upto what size you like. 0% finance available upto 5 yrs complete with a guts warranty on the build of the machine for the whole term of the finance
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