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Husqvarna King

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  1. Nope, no staff here. But seriously in around two years my last set had worn holes right through the aluminium and the lower legs were battered, just from resting on the truck/trailer and driving around (strapped on too)
  2. Viburnum tinus, bet it smells of cat piss or BO ๐Ÿ˜‚
  3. Can a piece of thin plywood on the bottom stop them from splitting? Like they did on that redwood kings programme with the slices of redwood as large tables and timelines etc?
  4. That's great thinking. ๐Ÿ‘
  5. What year is it and any other distinguishing features?
  6. Bastards mate. Gutted for you โ˜น๏ธ
  7. I have the one from machine mart, has 2x 240 sockets and has been great. Wasn't expensive and had option of a 110v too. ๐Ÿ‘
  8. Haven't bought any saws off him but I did buy a scag 48 mower. It was in lovely condition and he even sent me out a steering rod that wasn't right when I got it. Top guy ๐Ÿ‘
  9. Harry the cat - mark carter๐Ÿ‘
  10. Well I'm still here. The mis diagnosis cost me another round of chemo on top of what I should have had. Tingly fingers and a few trapped nerves is all I seem different to before, and my veins have shrunk. Still climbing, am a dad now and only have to be checked yearly, so all is good. Hope all you lot are still checking (or getting someone else to) your balls. Still got my fingers crossed for you Stubby๐Ÿ‘
  11. I need to replace my Kombi kit but not sure which way to go. I have always had Stihl but after looking at the latest polesaw head it looks like a plastic piece of sh*t and not worth the money. Would be fine for pruning but I reckon on a hedge reduction it wouldn't last 5minutes. So in experience is the head as poor as it looks? And engine wise is the km94 the best engine to go for? I'd like the power of the bigger one but hate the 4mix engine. Thanks in advance ๐Ÿ‘
  12. Recently had to change how I store my ropes etc. All in breathable rope bags and harness etc in a big husky bag. But it's now in a steel cupboard (to stop Rolands). Inside a tin barn, that gets very hot in summer, very cold in Winter and sweats if my neighbor has his heater on if in site. Am I worrying over nothing? How do you lot store your climbing kit?
  13. I use one of these. Invaluable for hard clay, sharpen to cut roots (works like an axe) and splits concrete on jobs where it's not worth bringing the hydraulic breaker. I normally dig with a straight shaft grafter/rabbiting spade but near trees and in hard stony ground and dry clay this chissel and the shoveholers will do the job no problem.
  14. Nothing wrong with that.... My wife says same to me ๐Ÿ˜
  15. F*CK that still scares me to death seeing that again ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
  16. Nice little 'rate my hinge' 3/4 of the way up this morning's TPO Pine deadwood.....9/10 for hinge, shame about the angled back cut. ๐Ÿ˜
  17. Without seeing it could it not be thinned? Let the wind through it?
  18. His mate brought it back because top guys use Husqvarna ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘
  19. As has been said before, leave alone or fell. Poplar regrowth is one thing that makes my arsehole go 50p 5p, 50p 5p, 50p 5p๐Ÿคฃ. Seriously not funny stuff
  20. Is this Harry? Welcome to the forum mate.
  21. You can't refer to forum users as members, you'll be reported ๐Ÿคฃ
  22. A lot of the nice Oak trees that have been "pruned" round here look like f*cking hedges!! ๐Ÿ˜ก
  23. And think to yourself how much easier the guy had it that topped it last time ๐Ÿ˜‚
  24. 6600? Just seen that it's a7600, great machine and will be going long after all these modern pieces of crap are dead and burried
  25. If I had that setup I'd have a semi without looking at pornhub ๐Ÿ˜

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