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Husqvarna King

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About Husqvarna King

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  • Birthday 05/12/1983

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    What are you using them for? On my second pair, first were the stretch air arborist and now the new arborist, they are superb. Hard wearing, very flexible, waterproof. Almost make me a half decent climber since converting from SIP. Definitely worth the money in my opinion. And you can buy iron on repair patches....keeps the wife happy 😁
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    What's the best old 4 x 4 ?

    Had mark 3 and 4 hiluxs, absolutely brilliant, but as has been said towing capacity is poor and they ain't quick but reliable with good build quality. Only problem I had was with leaf springs, but fitting the upgraded springs with greese points and poly bushes, never a problem since
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    How to trim branches when there is nothing above them

    If it's too thin to climb a wolf pole pruner would do. If too thick for that you should be able to climb
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    Entec CH25 PH


    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Entec CH25 PH, 25 hp Kohler command engine with oil cooler and oil sentry system. Twin hydraulic infeed rollers. Updated no stress system fitted by by Prochip (fully working) updated shaft and flywheel etc (easily replaceable parts if needed). Engine replaced in 2009 (does use a bit of oil nowadays). New LED lightboard with sprung number plate clips. New old style control switch box fitted two years ago. Chipper is a 1998, and there is a fair amount of surface rust, but if someone had the time it could be made to look very nice again. I know there will be some jobs where I will regret selling but I don't have the room to store any longer. Comes with a full engine service kit, engine oil and a sharpened set of spare blades


    - GB

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    Starting out

    I think a bit of tree knowledge would be more valuable than saw tickets if you want to go it alone. Imagine pricing and you couldn't name the trees, or suggest how and when to prune, or what would be best for the tree, and better for the client in the years to come. Tree knowledge and biology is very important and learning how and why to prune properly. Good luck 👍
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    chainsaw for limbing

    Echos ain't bad, got a 360tes and it's ok....you'd be safe if the wife's already left too 👍
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    chainsaw for limbing

    Haha I have golfers elbow...not coz I'm posh or anything, just need to replace my silky blades more often 🤣
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    chainsaw for limbing

    346 or 550, mind you if you're limp wristed, best stick with Stihl 🤣 👍
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    The BIG C .

    Fingers crossed mate....I was miss diagnosed in 2010....and I'm still here... think positive 👍
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    Stolen timberwolf recovered in Essex

    Probably, just nice to see one being recovered rather than another taken.
  11. Just been sent this.... Hopefully the rightful owner gets it back....if they still want it.
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    Stihl ms261 diy

    Replace air filter (if needed), change spark plug, replace fuel filter (in tank) clean down inside of cooling fins etc on saw properly. Clean spark arrestor on exhaust ( if your saw has one). Check and replace drive sprocket if worn. Check the brake band for wear on the chain brake. Check starter cord for wear (mainly both ends) normally worth replacing if you've taken it apart to check properly. I'm sure people will add more to my list. Good luck
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    Which small husqvarna saw?

    I would have paid £600 for one but they are £1400 now 😮
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    Favourite film of all time

    Along with many above ....also mad Max (original), For a few dollars more, Fury, American Pie, Snatch
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