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Oh he’s fine, gets a walk round the lake twice, guards the van, salami sandwiches. Never known a happier dog in the morning when he’s in the van.

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Finished off cutting this morning, McConnell Mower did well but got stuff neck form going backwards. 

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On the home straight for the client. Happily knee deep in it. Took the wee Venom C  15t ton from Rock for the groundie...never missed a beat.

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On the home straight for the client. Happily knee deep in it. Took the wee Venom C  15t ton from Rock for the groundie...never missed a beat.

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I bought the electric 12 ton for home, cracking things for price i rekon, petrol or electric, its not been beaten on anything i’ve put too it yet, really pleased with it. Still contemplating on modifying it to single handle operation, but at the moment i’ve just took the plate off from between the levers and use my hand and forearm to operate it to split, then flick my arm over and use back of my arm to return it. Speeds the job up a lot.

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31 minutes ago, Ratman said:

I bought the electric 12 ton for home, cracking things for price i rekon, petrol or electric, its not been beaten on anything i’ve put too it yet, really pleased with it. Still contemplating on modifying it to single handle operation, but at the moment i’ve just took the plate off from between the levers and use my hand and forearm to operate it to split, then flick my arm over and use back of my arm to return it. Speeds the job up a lot. emoji106.png

Sounds like a recipe for a buggered shoulder! I'd be making it single lever.

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On 21/10/2020 at 17:52, Mick Dempsey said:

 

More work on a lake, felling and moving wood.

Jesus will be jealous of your "walk on water abilities" there Mike!

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