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Well just got in after a brief Scotish tour !

 

I have done several hundred miles and its no different to driving a van.

 

Kept up with and overtook many trucks. Its a very comfy driveing position, semi auto pre select gearbox changes gear with a button, so no gear changing fatigue.

 

To answer a few questions.

Yes its Ag reg.

1ton chipper on the front is fine. The ducker pictured can be front or rear mounted and weighs 900kg.

I will pm you the price you have asked about, Its all down to spec, so not having rear pto and linkage is a considerable saving.

 

Heading South on monday...

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Good to meet you today stan on stevies site, good to see you had a safe trip home:thumbup1:

 

Robert.

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The answer is, of course you can, a more pertinent question would be if I register it agricultural can I use it for anything that isnt agriculture?

 

Haha don't think any one will answer that question.

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The answer is, of course you can, a more pertinent question would be if I register it agricultural can I use it for anything that isn’t agriculture?

 

Haha don't think any one will answer that question.

 

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Agriculture includes horticulture and when at merrist wood the certificate for tree surgery is presented it said horticulture with the specialism of arboriculture ( nch arb ) therefore it is in agriculture, if one of the main training providers tells it this way its good enough for me and I will take it to court if needed

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The answer is, of course you can, a more pertinent question would be if I register it agricultural can I use it for anything that isn’t agriculture?

 

Haha don't think any one will answer that question.

 

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Agriculture includes horticulture and when at merrist wood the certificate for tree surgery is presented it said horticulture with the specialism of arboriculture ( nch arb ) therefore it is in agriculture, if one of the main training providers tells it this way its good enough for me and I will take it to court if needed

 

I'd rather it in writing from VOSA than what a training provider says.

Why do councils run lawn mowing tractors on white diesel? Surely grass cutting is horticulture.

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I'd rather it in writing from VOSA than what a training provider says.

Why do councils run lawn mowing tractors on white diesel? Surely grass cutting is horticulture.

 

Who mentioned fuel:confused1:

 

Those mowing tractors are still registered as ag, but as you say run on white.

 

Farmers must run on white under certain circumstances, but its still agriculture.

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Who mentioned fuel:confused1:

 

Those mowing tractors are still registered as ag, but as you say run on white.

 

Farmers must run on white under certain circumstances, but its still agriculture.

 

Ok so using that mog for domestic tree work you could legally run on red? Or would you need to be on white?

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