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About Khriss

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    UK & Europe
  • Interests
    Trees,Bees,Raves,Landrovers, the usual....
  • Occupation
    Tree Engineer
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  1. Best go to some one who can mate - dont scrap it ! Its fixable - doubt its a con rod tho ' but definately will need a grand spent - but then ..... yr getting a fab tractor aftr ! K
  2. I have a nice Saxon flail mower - 30" cut, does a good job on brambles too . K
  3. @5 shires on that point I have no children , but feel much worse fr those of you who have. I gave up on the Political and Executive behaviour of this country aftr Brexit and see no rosy future. K
  4. Exactly my point when i heard that, " bloody get out of bed 20 mins earlier! An stop ruining the whole country side!!" was my ha'penny worth. K
  5. Either take block out and have it stitched or replace head gasket. Not massive money. Loads in Old City , only things that can get up steps n round those tight corners. K
  6. I would add. Mature established tree in good health. Stone wall hardly exhibiting evidence of damage. Neighbour creaming a cash pot fr nice 'tarmac' driveway instead of re flagging those slightly shifted flags. I would decline an application of this sort. K
  7. Yea 😁 cos you just could not miss the AA annual general meeting nxt week 😛 k
  8. Oh ! Yr back ! Where was it this time- Kenya ? k
  9. You heard then ! I was rather drunk, and was assured the Llama was over 18 , but I had never ridden one before - case dismissed 😃 k
  10. ....an put a winch in. No more than one third up for speedier take up, seen a few high pull points crack at unions. K
  11. I have at this point to @AA Teccie (Paul) take mine hat off to him as he is bearing the brunt of Arbtalk Ire on 2Rope, which personally I disagree with, but as an industry provider , have to acquiess to, in any situation it is the climbers choice on how to tackle a tree job - but to demonstrate good practice is paramount, as, when shit goes wrong, it goes badly wrong. Just remmbr when you were climbing on that hideous 3 core white nylon crap ! K
  12. Bloody right - I ain't climbing no 5' tree k
  13. Yup @Thesnarlingbadger that looks like tree I would have said 2Rope it.....then found out the hard way . Good dismantle, lot of work tho' K
  14. Khriss

    Echo 2511 tuning

    I have even tried Mystic Meg.... it's baffling! K


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