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  2. C,mon Steve you don,t fool us,we know its for you🤣
  3. Tomatoes ripening now,picking about a dozen a day
  4. Mainly ash and birch...they've been in since the start of the year and felled about 12 months ago.
  5. I like these as you sharpen with a chainsaw file, whereas the Maxicut needs a mill saw file and these work out more expensive, especially as 7/32 round files are normal bits of kit in this game.
  6. Do you mean that you would prefer to use a ladder and/or a rope to access the tree, rather than spurs?
  7. It may well have started before the SNP where in power but they've been in power for how long now? They have had ample time and opportunity to turn this shocking statistic around but have failed miserably. I guess its not something they really want to do, why rock the boat of their voter base, huh? It matters not to which drug you where personally referring to, the fact of the matter is the SNP dish out shockingly high doses of drugs at the very same chemists family's, generally uwnwittingly, pop into on a daily basis. My wife was a Dispensing Technician and could tell you a few horror stories, and thats in a small town.
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  9. I bought a captain hook. Used it and its worth having for sure
  10. Many thanks for posting that info! Just need to find the same thing now for Husqvarna's CST.
  11. Clean wood chips for use on allotment site. Gate it locked so prior arrangement for plot owner to attend is necessary
  12. Wouldn't say there's a massive difference really, I think whatever you've got on when it's above 20 degrees is going to make you sweat. Haha yeah type c's is not what you want in the summer, or winter for that matter 🤣
  13. Well it turned what would have been a two day job with digger and power barrow into home by three. I took the micro there on the Iveco and the MO in the trailer with digger buckets and pallet forks in the loader bucket. Any loss of efficiency from the smaller digger was more than offset by being able to pull it out into a windrow, then scoop up and tip exactly where I wanted it. I can’t believe what a difference this made. Then six bulk bags in through a tight corner access with the only drama being the shitty state of the bags 🙄
  14. I think he was considering the SW as well but someone put him off the idea🙂 Must admit Livingston would not be high on my list of places to move to, a bit like Ballingry/Lochgelly area of Fife.
  15. What’s the re-mod mate?
  16. Post them up. This is a 2021 £80k+the extras Motorhome. You can't open the cutlery draw without opening the habitation door.
  17. I can provide a copy of the felling license for all the timber I sell. I could even drive the customer, or walk if they prefer, to the very estate where they where extracted.
  18. Yep but if I may - where are the close up pics of the drive sprocket/bar/chain from both saws/bar+chain combos? Getting those and checking them is the first point of call before you do anything else. Make sure everything is as it should be and is compatible. I still think you are looking for an exotic problem that is really a simple problem. It'll likely be linked also to why his bar is getting hot. It's the bar/chain/sprocket that is the things that do the cutting - nothing else - only these x3 items.
  19. Why Specify Plant Healthy? Next weeks free live webinar - Plant Healthy [4th August @ 6pm UK Time] Join us for this webinar where we will have a discussion on managing the risks associated with plant pests and diseases is the responsibility of each and every one of us. Check out the speakers and register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_l7S1kHLbSTWLz1zO43kmHA
  20. Why Specify Plant Healthy? Next weeks free live webinar - Plant Healthy [4th August @ 6pm UK Time] Join us for this webinar where we will have a discussion on managing the risks associated with plant pests and diseases is the responsibility of each and every one of us. Check out the speakers and register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_l7S1kHLbSTWLz1zO43kmHA
  21. Finding the oak could be challenging, can't have been in leaf when the plans were drawn up 😉
  22. I thought Crab, but put it out there as so many different varieties. It was cut down last week and there were no apples or flowers. The two flower pictures were taken by the lady previously. It was a good size, around 25ft. Growing out of an up and coming Yew tree and against a Leylandii hedge so was very leggy. But yes, in blossom obviously looked very nice. Probably especially so this year - it's been the best year I have ever seen for Crab blossom around here. So, what variety of Crab?
  23. Logs & Chippings greatfully accepted. Residential corner plot with access limited to vehicles no greater than 7.5t due to angles of entry/exit route - Cul-de-sac.
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