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17 hours ago, Stefan Palokangas said:

Where do you guys get the jobs from. ? Myself it’s word of mouth 90%. The others from Facebook page. And that keeps me quite busy.

Mainly from local Arb people that now use me pretty much exclusively as it works out cheaper and easier for them. Also several landscapers, fencers and foresters.

Website and Facebook pages draw in some work - mainly smaller domestic stuff.

But as you say - word of mouth and reputation are the biggest providers.  Glad to hear you are still busy. It normally goes a bit quiet this time of year with bird nesting season, but this year has been strangely busy!!

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On 27/06/2020 at 07:59, HuntingHicap said:

How do you get on with that skidsteer? anymore photos?

Pretty good, takes a while to get good with it

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Mainly from local Arb people that now use me pretty much exclusively as it works out cheaper and easier for them. Also several landscapers, fencers and foresters.
Website and Facebook pages draw in some work - mainly smaller domestic stuff.
But as you say - word of mouth and reputation are the biggest providers.  Glad to hear you are still busy. It normally goes a bit quiet this time of year with bird nesting season, but this year has been strangely busy!!


It’s been nonstop, so far. I’m happy to hear you are very busy.

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Mainly from local Arb people that now use me pretty much exclusively as it works out cheaper and easier for them. Also several landscapers, fencers and foresters.
Website and Facebook pages draw in some work - mainly smaller domestic stuff.
But as you say - word of mouth and reputation are the biggest providers.  Glad to hear you are still busy. It normally goes a bit quiet this time of year with bird nesting season, but this year has been strangely busy!!


It’s been nonstop, so far. I’m happy to hear you are very busy.

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Made a quick fit tow bar for the bandit, main idea was to use it to tow the Arb trolley, especially with the thought of When removing grindings and just pushing the Arb trolley with its big bag full of grindings straight up the ramps into the trailer. 
 

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