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Just a question.....does anyone use a ultrasonic cleaner for blades ...saving scraping and wire brushing them 

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Scrape and wipe on both mating faces. If the bolts are in a recess, clean that out too. Ditto washers.

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Already doing that pete.....as usual I'm looking for an easy option that can be done whilst I have a coffee ?

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3 hours ago, karl said:

Already doing that pete.....as usual I'm looking for an easy option that can be done whilst I have a coffee ?

Give it to the apprentice then!

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3 hours ago, Scottish Cleaning Service said:

Visited my local sawmill to buy some timber and I had a look at their nearly new TW428. They said it cost nearly £40k and uses hammers to break down the wood into chips. I can't see it on the TW site so I guess its discontinued. If anyone can tell me how it works then I would be much appreciated.

I think it uses hammers to break down the wood into chips... 

You mean a 426 - I think they are still available. 
https://www.benburgess.co.uk/shop/timberwolf-tw-s426tdhb-diesel-hydraulic-shredder/

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