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On 15/11/2018 at 20:44, Connagh said:

I use a ifor Williams tipper trailer for the chippings and put the cs100 in my transit custom but this week I’ve spent a week on taking 15ft out of a 80 metre hedge and have had to put it all the way around the outside of the hedge which was exhausting. I’m thinking either Peruzzo tracked or Jo Beau M500 

would like another cs100 just a shame they don’t make it easier to manoeuvre 

How about installing a remote control winch in the van?

 Far less expensive than a self propelled chipper.

  Stuart

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Yes I have thought of that, but it’s not just getting it in android out of the van it’s walking it to the job for example down the bottom of a garden it’s okay getting it down it’s getting it up if it has a slight slope.

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Getting into these heated discussions on a public forum of 'mine is better than yours' and copyright arguments etc. can not be doing your company image any good.

But thanks to all the useful posts on here that resulted in me finally joining the club earlier this week.

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4 minutes ago, Alec said:

Getting into these heated discussions on a public forum of 'mine is better than yours' and copyright arguments etc. can not be doing your company image any good.

But thanks to all the useful posts on here that resulted in me finally joining the club earlier this week.

 

 

Are they not allowed to have a bit of friendly banter without people trying to judge em...  lighten up..  

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11 minutes ago, Alec said:

Fair play, you are right. They can do what they want for sure. It just seems to go round in circles.

Well maybe they seem to, but I get a giggle out of it myself..   

 

I'd rather have em here pokin fun than not here leading to a boring thread..  

 

 

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1 hour ago, Alec said:

Fair play, you are right. They can do what they want for sure. It just seems to go round in circles.

Well this is life and Arbtalk! (*circles) get used to it! 😂 😂 😂 

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3 hours ago, Alec said:

But thanks to all the useful posts on here that resulted in me finally joining the club earlier this week.

What did you get?

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Ye, even I have been kicking around these forums long enough to not expect much else. I don't know what came over me.

I got the MDL Powerup 15hp. Was pretty impressed with the look of it when I went to have a look compared to other chippers in that low budget range.

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I was contemplating the MDL myself, they're not that far away from me either. Looks like you get a solid machine for your money but I'm not keen on the width of them.

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