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    The South West

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  1. porky

    Changing tyres

    Did it once, never again, just not worth it.
  2. The spiral guards are not Biodegradable as I had always thought. They are Photodegradeable which means they go brittle and break in to lots of unwanted plastic litter unless you get them off as soon as they have done their job. Used old ones would tend to be very brittle and shatter easily.
  3. porky

    Uniform

    Uniform items are Tax deductable, which is a good incentive.
  4. Took some motors in the other day and it was £360 per tonne.
  5. Just to get back on topic...if it's a PAWS site it's best to leave the oaks in where possible, in any condition, as they probably will be the last remnants of the original ancient woodland.
  6. I was asked for a Coshe statement for all the fluids on my ride on brushcutter, also a hand bowl, water and soap.
  7. Signed, good luck with it, ancient trees definitely need far more protection.
  8. How long do they last, do you think are they better than the green ones?
  9. The black ones were from late 80's or early 90's.
  10. The old Husky cans with the black spouts lasted donkeys years then the green ones came out which are crap. I suspect they outsourced manufacture to China.
  11. Good to see a Stihl GB rep on here, welcome! That's a first I believe?
  12. I have the Stihl 160 and really like it. Sits in the wagon ready for instant use, battery still good in it's third year now. Won't replace a petrol saw but has it's niche.
  13. I'm just wondering how many Refresher courses the top people at Carillion did last year?

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