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karl

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About karl

  • Birthday 11/05/1968

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  • Location:
    somerset
  • Interests
    anything easy
  • Occupation
    the loud mouth behind the visor
  • Post code
    ta3 5qx
  • City
    taunton

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  1. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    2011 machine , works just as it should. regularly serviced every 100 hours (recently done) . a new tow head fitted last year and used very little since. genuine original condition , never been painted , no surprises in a few months time.as shown in photos , some paint and lettering has come off plastic side panels from steam cleaner over the years. only real issue is a cracked mudguard. 1521 hrs at time of post no vat

    £7,500

    Bridgwater, somerset - GB

  2. we are currently seeking ground staff work is predominantly commercial (rail) with domestic mixed in as and when . if your reliable , have a good approach to work and based in somerset get in touch this is long term we would like to see minimum cs30 and cs31 all any other training will be arranged pay dependant on experience and enthusiasm please contact [email protected]
  3. karl

    Ground staff

    Its certainly not the glamorous side to the industry...but when you can park a chipper next to what your cutting and not humping timber and brash from backgardens out the front of properties.....has its upsides id say
  4. karl

    Ground staff

    Still looking to fill positions
  5. karl

    Ground staff

    Ground staff required for commercial and domestic work ranging from site de-veg on rail to domestic tree work Chainsaw tickets are a minimum requirement Further training will be provided Pm for further details Based in Bridgwater somerset
  6. well i hope they dont turn to pinching other peoples tools .... never been an excuse for it , never will be . covid isnt an excuse either...take a look at the employment forum , its certainly not full of people looking for work , quite the opposite
  7. Sharpening those prematurely font you think....
  8. Honestly couldn't say ....if it the same dimensions as a tw190 then yes should be fine
  9. Already doing that pete.....as usual I'm looking for an easy option that can be done whilst I have a coffee ?
  10. Just a question.....does anyone use a ultrasonic cleaner for blades ...saving scraping and wire brushing them Cheers

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