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Al Cormack

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About Al Cormack

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    Surrey
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    Woking

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  1. How do you normally pay it? Just don’t when the time comes. You’ll have until the 2020/21 tax year to pay it.
  2. I had a lace snap, as did my colleague, Al - you met him at the first aid course Al. Emailed Boa support, sent a photo and they send out 4 repair packs, which is the twisty dial bit and wire lace. All done in about three days. I was able to still wear the boots with the snapped lace, as it was the bottom one. Boots are wearing well, and still extremely comfortable. I still recommend then.
  3. Exactly this Clive. What we do is not absolutely necessary or essential in my view. We are shutting until told otherwise.
  4. On my own I think it was 3-4 hrs.
  5. I process when ever I get the chance. Split straight into ibc crates and stack two high in the poly tunnel. The lower part of the sides being mesh and the ends of the poly tunnel being open gives good airflow, so no condensation problems. And when the sun comes out it’s like a kiln inside!! Ive had beech dry within 6 months.
  6. It works a dream. Wood dries quicker than being outside. I delivered some wood to a customer the other day who also had some kiln dried ash. we checked the moisture of each and his kiln dried ash was 14%, my poly tunnel dried oak and beech was 12%! And a damn site cheaper!
  7. Thi is will take a bit of tugging...
  8. Well, tried it anyway. Cut the pipe, removed the o ring inside and then burnt the plastic out! Trimmed up old pipe and pushed it back in , seems to be air leak free at the moment 🤞🏼
  9. Anyone had any success in replacing the pipe in one of these original push fit fittings ? I’m hoping to be able to cut it just behind the brass fitting, where the pipe has cracked and push it back in again. Would like to know if it’s possible before committing to the knife! This part is obsolete now and will take 7 days to get a replacement from Italy Cheers Al
  10. I have been having an issue with two of these battery hedge trimmers, where the connecting rod keeps becoming disconnected from the blades. Anyone else been having this issue, or know why? Blades aren't jammed, and can be working fine, then get a nasty clattering noise and they jam up where the rod disconnects.
  11. Before I had to move to Xero for accounting and vat etc, I used Joist for doing quotes and invoices. Worked well for me.
  12. How much? It must be a lot bigger than it looks in the photos! I’d be tempted to drive from Woking to Rugby for that amount.

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