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luckily we rented a farm round corner this year.. it was a dairy farm so theres a nice big silage pit with concrete floor which is gonna be my new log store for while.. logs season better outside...

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we used to sell plenty of these on fleabay till the carrier went pop.

 

supplied flatpacked, 20 screws and it was up.

 

toooooooo busy atm to look for another carrier, tried the usual suspects but all are around the £40/£50 pound mark which kills the price.

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How do you find the Eagle Dave?

 

I have read your thread on freeing it up with a honda motor, but other than that is it lasting well?

 

Depending on how things go in the next 3 weeks I am looking at getting one as it seems better value that buying just a saw bench.

 

£2000 + VAT & Delivery including its own motor seems like a good price, especially as the resale values seem to remain so bloody high!

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How do you find the Eagle Dave?

 

I have read your thread on freeing it up with a honda motor, but other than that is it lasting well?

 

Depending on how things go in the next 3 weeks I am looking at getting one as it seems better value that buying just a saw bench.

 

£2000 + VAT & Delivery including its own motor seems like a good price, especially as the resale values seem to remain so bloody high!

 

Hi Tom.. The thread about putting the motor on the Eagle wasnt mine but in answer to your question its a great little machine. You have to be careful with the cone splitter on knotty bits and the biggest problem is sawdust blowing back in your face as the vents become blocked very easily.

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heres the original wood shack my old man built when he first moved to the gate lodge, a little bit hick but does the job and the latest addition just adjacent, complete with draught guinness on tap :thumbup1:

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We have two covered stores and one that exposed and still being worked on that I will need to cover in the winter.

 

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