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Hi all hedge and two dead silver birch too fell one days work start to finish 13months with highways involved 

did hedge 1/2day but to meny cars to fell trees emails several 

then highways put signs saying don’t park here on this date 

come the day some lady parked in the way

so put signs around car felled trees by spinning tree on hinge with rope around tree 

Clean up off home happy days 

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If it was signed and car still parked, you should of just dragged it out of way. 

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2 minutes ago, Khriss said:

Trolley jack handy fr those, unless owner out of country or car knackered. K

Am I wrong, or do you try to pretend you are ex services?

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Lifting a car on a jack is not the preserve of the SAS  , you can move cars abt a bit on them . K

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Three of us bounced the back end of a VW Polo round ninety degrees the other day. I did suggest picking it up with the fk off crane lorry we were moving it for but the bounce was actually quite easy. I reckon three or four could bounce the front or entirety of that little red thing no problem. Or drag like Paul said. My petrol capstan would move that with the handbrake on.

 

 

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9 minutes ago, daveatdave said:

should have blown a load of leaves and dust on it when clearing up  

Take a better look at pictures, you could write your name on the roof 😀

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6 minutes ago, woody paul said:

Take a better look at pictures, you could write your name on the roof 😀

yes but not enough 

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