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  1. I'll buy the Poplar standing. I have a few markets for it. Margins are so so, depends on the quality of the timber obviously.
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    <p>I'll buy the poplar from you. How much of it is there?</p>


  3. Mr Ed

    Felling a big Top

    Hi guys. Just typed out a long reply, and the forum software lost it. Thanks for the kind words. I had a bet on those trees, that I could put both of them completely on the floor in under an hour. I won.
  4. I used to handle the european imports of Timberwolf processors. Dont have anything to do with equipment imports any more, but I can say that the Timberwolf processors are excellent. I've been to the factory in the US, and they are really well built. Not as heavyweight as some american units (Think blockbuster or the Canadian Cord King) but better sized for us. Will process bent knotty timber up to 24" - I know it will do this as I trialed one extensively in a yard in Vermont. If you want one, they guys at TW would be more than happy to ship one over.
  5. One of the Best Arb trucks I've seen. Clever idea with the chipper on the tail-lift.
  6. I have a requirement for 1000 tonnes of hardwood firewood. Will buy standing timber, roadside or delivered in, anywhere in Cumbria, Lancs, Yorks etc. Will buy smaller parcels. Contact me [email protected]
  7. Nil illigitimi carborundum.

  8. Here is a picture of Pete's truck not carrying timber
  9. I always thought that he engine turned a wheel that had a load of cats strapped to it. As the wheel spins, it rubs the cats against a bunch of glass rods, making electrickery. Maybe your cats have died?
  10. Pretty good going mate. I'm detecting a touch of enthusiasm in your post.
  11. You're correct Mick, my statements were uncalled for and unquantifiable in any manner. I apologise without reserve and ask for nothing but your understanding. I hope, in time, you can come to forgive me for such contemptible statements. If I could retract my statements I would but I do not have a time machine. I wish that I did have a time machine, I would take my Macbook Pro back to 1984 and visit Steve Jobs. After selling my laptop to him for millions I would return to the present. I could do this several times as each time the present technologies would have changed. It is a flawless plan, I am sure you will agree, lacking only the availability of time/dimension manipulation technologies.
  12. If only all your posts were this succinct.


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