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what logs have you been chopping today!

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14 minutes ago, william petts said:

Ah ok, what's that, 7 bags an hour, seems very good going, how was ya loading them onto the processor 

Yeah, it wasn't too bad. I would much prefer straight, long logs though. They had a 4ton digger with a thumb grab. Not as good as a grapple but a good cheap solution.

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7 minutes ago, gdh said:

Yeah, it wasn't too bad. I would much prefer straight, long logs though. They had a 4ton digger with a thumb grab. Not as good as a grapple but a good cheap solution.

Ah good, for a moment I was imagining a couple of blokes at each end lifting them on by hand!

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Hired this cone out for my avant to split a load of bits I had laying around.  Pretty productive all round, quite a lot of wood split for just an achy thumb on the joystick button ☺️

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1 hour ago, Domino said:

Hired this cone out for my avant to split a load of bits I had laying around.  Pretty productive all round, quite a lot of wood split for just an achy thumb on the joystick button ☺️

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You have loads of bits laying around now

 

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9 hours ago, woody paul said:

You have loads of bits laying around now

 

Correct, I have in fact just multiplied what I had laying around and put it in the way of the chip.  But, I will endeavour to get it stacked and upload another pic for your pleasure 😉

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