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I think he could have done with a qualified tree surgeon.

 

Made me laugh.

 

Marcus

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVWEtUIEsQo&feature=related]YouTube - sorteerknijper minigraver[/ame]

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I think he could have done with a qualified tree surgeon.

 

Made me laugh.

 

Marcus

 

 

agreed, but that is an awsome attachment

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Took a m8 of mine 40mins to fell a 10inch Sliver Birch on monday Wish i had one of them

 

:confused1:What was he cutting it with? A spoon?:lol:

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:confused1:What was he cutting it with? A spoon?:lol:

 

no, he was trying to blow it over by the sounds of it,, a spoon would be to quick

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no, he was trying to blow it over by the sounds of it,, a spoon would be to quick

 

hahahaha!!!:lol::lol:

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My 4 year old son has one of those mini diggers, he eats his dinner with the same attachment. I keep telling him knives and forks are the tools for the job but he won't have it!

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