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After a 600 mile round trip it's goodbye Jensen (in Sept anyway) and hello Jo Beau. I've gone and joined the ranks of SWB and Andy Collins and the other mini chipper lovers on here!

 

It seems that Fletcher Stewart has recently told Jo Beau to get lost re importing them further due to a silly price increase so I snapped this one up before it was too late. 40 hours on the machine and a fraction of the new price.

 

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looking forward to some action jobs john, remember that art of micro chipping keeps you calm and relaxed, if you dont stick to the ' cut it so its straight ' rule you will soon get scunnered, but i forget you used to own a jobeau before sir

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so if Fletcher Stewart has recently told Jo Beau to get lost where do we get spare blades form and spare parts form if we need them anyone no

that m500 is sweet hope u have fun with it

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Nice one John, Never used a jo beau but I was impressed with Stevies little machine when we give the wee beastie a demo at Justins show :thumbup1:

 

How come your wating so long to sell the jensen mate?? You got work planned for it :biggrin:

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