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30 minutes ago, trigger_andy said:

What Mill do you have your eye on?

 

Picked up over 7 tons of Oak today. All supposedly Firewood Grade. £30 a ton and I got to load with the Avant for free. :D 

 

 

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in fairness that is firewood quality oak, way too many unions/forks etc, but,,for rustic furniture/park furniture etc ,will do the job,

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2 minutes ago, delabodge said:

in fairness that is firewood quality oak, way too many unions/forks etc, but,,for rustic furniture/park furniture etc ,will do the job,

Deffo, if I get a couple of bits out of them Im happy, the rest will go in the Stove. At that price I cant complain. There was a couple of cracking 45 and 55cm Butts in there too. 

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52 minutes ago, trigger_andy said:

Deffo, if I get a couple of bits out of them Im happy, the rest will go in the Stove. At that price I cant complain. There was a couple of cracking 45 and 55cm Butts in there too. 

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I think £200 for two loads was money well spent!

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16 hours ago, trigger_andy said:

What Mill do you have your eye on?

 

Picked up over 7 tons of Oak today. All supposedly Firewood Grade. £30 a ton and I got to load with the Avant for free. :D 

 

 

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Morning all...

Trgger-andy sorry its took so long a get back on  here. Work on roads so long shifts.. I'm  looking at Woodland mills HM 130 XL..  nice load you have there keep you busy. What mill do you run.

 

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3 hours ago, Phil G 2217 said:

Morning all...

Trgger-andy sorry its took so long a get back on  here. Work on roads so long shifts.. I'm  looking at Woodland mills HM 130 XL..  nice load you have there keep you busy. What mill do you run.

 

Thats what I was gonna get as well. Seem to have great reviews. I ended up buying a Logosol B751. Great Mill but when factoring in the Trailer at an additional £3600 delivered inc vat Id have gone for the Woodlands had I known how they'd rape me on the Trailer, which was not available at the time I bought the Logosol.

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