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Hi all,

 

Run my own Landscape/mini digger hire/ Garden Maintenance and Tree Services around Liverpool and Widnes areas .

Grew up on a farm so chainsaws have been part of my life since a wee nipper and have the up most respect for them and have the scars :thumbdown:

 

I pick and choose my tree jobs these days and leave the difficult jobs too the lads who have the staff .

 

Love anything with engines and Run a FORD F350 SuperDuty with a 8ft bed which is pretty awesome for tree work.

 

I am still obsessed with chainsaws at the age of 46 and still adding to my collection :thumbup:

 

 

 

Ste

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Hi all,

 

Run my own Landscape/mini digger hire/ Garden Maintenance and Tree Services around Liverpool and Widnes areas .

Grew up on a farm so chainsaws have been part of my life since a wee nipper and have the up most respect for them and have the scars :thumbdown:

 

I pick and choose my tree jobs these days and leave the difficult jobs too the lads who have the staff .

 

Love anything with engines and Run a FORD F350 SuperDuty with a 8ft bed which is pretty awesome for tree work.

 

I am still obsessed with chainsaws at the age of 46 and still adding to my collection :thumbup:

 

 

Ste

 

Hi & Welcome,

 

Wait till you are 55, the sight of a 660 or 395 with a Sugi bar brings me out in a cold sweat!

 

or anything old/new/tweaked for that matter,

 

 

N

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Hi & Welcome,

 

Wait till you are 55, the sight of a 660 or 395 with a Sugi bar brings me out in a cold sweat!

 

or anything old/new/tweaked for that matter,

 

 

N

 

Hi, i have a few MAN SAWS:biggrin: in my collection ie OLD Dolmar 153 with 30"bar and compare that to me new MS461 is unbelievable weight wise .

 

Why i say my age i mean my body is knackerd already .

 

Time will tell if i can still start that old DOLMAR later on in life :confused1:

 

Ste

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Hi folks...my name is Chris I live in Bolton and I'm starting a whole new career hopefully! I'm enrolled at college for my 30/31 on 7th April, so will be rooting through the forum and picking up info along the way cheers ;-)

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Hi all, names sean, finally getting round to posting on the forum. Its very clear everyone knows what they are talking about and I have learned a lot so far. Hopping to start a career in forestry/arb.

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Hi Steve, Thanks for the welcome! I thought I posted an intro last night but as I can't find it I must have missed the "post" button.

I live in South Wales, volunteer for a local woodland management group and mend saws in my spare time. I have been lurking for some time but this is such a brilliant, helpful and friendly site, I had to sign up! I love the Spud, Gardenkit and Rich interactions!

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Hi my names Will, recently left the army and did a arborist resettlement course which was excellent. Looking to get into the industry. Getting as much experience as I can at the moment with the saw. Think this is a great site and full of useful information and advice :)

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*stands up, clears throat nervously*

Hi, I'm George, I'm 27, I started dragging brash at an Arb Approved Contractor in Berkshire three years ago, I decided I liked it so I put myself through my CS30/31/38/39, ABC Level Four Arb Dip and PTI, climbed (like a tree platypus) for a couple of smaller firms for about 10 months and now I'm back where I started again; on the ground, dragging brash at the AA contractor and loving it (most of the time..... ).

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