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John Shutler

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About John Shutler

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    Site Moderator, Raffle Sponsor 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 201
  • Birthday 15/02/1983

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  • Location:
    new forest nr lymington, hampshire
  • Occupation
    climber
  • City
    lymington

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  1. John Shutler

    WHAT’S YOUR EQUIPMENT SET UP?

    Unimog 1200 with schleising chipper landy 110 with greenmech chipper valta t150 with 8/400 heizohack chipper massey fegusson 6485 with a variety of trailers 6 tonne Volvo excavator with timber grab/ tree shear and engcon small tracked jensen
  2. John Shutler

    Show us your Arb Diggers please.

    Thanks, It’s about 6 tonne
  3. John Shutler

    Show us your Arb Diggers please.

    Got the tree shear hooked up to it this morning
  4. John Shutler

    Show us your Arb Diggers please.

    My engcon got fitted yesterday and new grab turned up this morning. Waiting for my new rake with grab pocket to arrive after the weekend. It was an ex demo unit from engcon so saved a few quid on the unit very Impressed
  5. John Shutler

    Where am I ?

    ????
  6. John Shutler

    Crane fed chippers and brashy material

    Yes we can provide basically the same setup but with more powerful tractors
  7. John Shutler

    Crane fed chippers and brashy material

    Maybe a bit more hp needed then, I fill my 12 tonne grain trailer with silage sides on in about 40 mins. Conditions of the blades make a huge difference but they are so cheap there should be no excuse to allow them to affect productivity
  8. John Shutler

    Crane fed chippers and brashy material

    What hp tractor was it on? I basically run the same setup but with a t150 with roofmount crane or put it behind my 185hp Massey and feed with an excavator Big piles like that can sometimes be a pain to get through with the smaller type crane fed machine, personally I prefer to feed the chipper with a excavator and rotating grab when working with piles like that as it’s easier to pull the pile apart and sort it out a little bit though a lot can be down to the operator id be happy to come down your way if you have any more chipping jobs like that
  9. John Shutler

    Arb show camping!

    Oh it was all red on there calender online! I'll have another look tonight Go through the arb association website, it’ll take you to a page where you can book tickets
  10. John Shutler

    Arb show camping!

    Twins the movie?... are you headed to the show then?
  11. John Shutler

    Arb show camping!

    It wouldn’t be the first time that’s got me in trouble...
  12. John Shutler

    Show us your Arb Diggers please.

    What sort of money do you think that would be Eddie?
  13. John Shutler

    Arb show camping!

    They are camping spaces available, I booked some last night
  14. John Shutler

    Show your tractors

    Just the standard controls, initially I wanted the little joystick type but opted for the traditional and cheaper ones 😂
  15. John Shutler

    Show your tractors

    Out with the new tractor on a chipping job. 50k box makes a big difference for the drive to site

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