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Farmi WP36 processor on MB trac 800. just bought a MB trac 1000 but not on the road yet.

work an unnamed vertical splitter for the front of the MB for big hardwood rings.

Oxdale bench saw on old Major or Davy Brown 1490

Transit tipper for delivery or Toyota Surf & Trailer depending on the winter.

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I'm just a young fella having a bit of craic with firewood at the weekends when I'm not in my full time job. My setup is very basic, doing about 30ton a year from my own woods, with chainsaw, splitter, portable log rack, and a combination of ibc cages and 1m billets on pallets. This is my delivery vehicle for local drop offs near base. She has never let me down yet!

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