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Theocus

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About Theocus

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2012
  • Birthday 04/11/1979

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  • Location:
    Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
  • Interests
    I just seem to work, and when I'm not , I'm thinking about work!
  • Occupation
    Run my own business.
  • Post code
    GL20 8BP
  • City
    Cheltenham

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  1. Hi You posted a long time ago you had MS 260 workshop manual and were willing to share any chance of sharing it with me as I have a 260c and I have a gap between guider and body and want to figure out why.

     

     

  2. One of my favourite attachments is the 48 inch shadow caster, especially great for those extremely hot days!!!
  3. My old boxer has all that!! Got both high and low flow at 56ltr/min, tungsten tips which can be replaced. And its old, it turns that 900mm auger like she's stirring porridge!!! Lol
  4. Didn't realise i would get a sales pitch! Mine draws air from the rear, i can also adjust hydraulic flow manually so all my horse power goes to the attachment! I have grease points on all moving parts with makes things all lovely and slippery so no wear! Its a great machine, and Boxer UK are not too far away!
  5. We have had bricks, stone, roots and allot of clay. So much torque that it just bores in. It take about 20 seconds to dig a pit like that. Very productive.
  6. I am looking to do some more contract clearance work with our Farmi 260 chipper and Palm crane. It is currently being powered by a 180 hp Claas which doesn't stop for anything! This is really to test the water and see the demand, we use it regularly for tree surgery works and it makes light work of take downs, clearance and conifers!
  7. I love my machine, this was us planting last week. Boxers are rare due to the lack of international support and limited back up but my word are they good!
  8. We are looking for either a climber or a groundsman (or both) to help out with my business. We have some fantastic jobs coming up and need some assistance. I pay based on experience, qualifications and ability. There is the possibility of long term work and even employment for the right person. Please call David on 07730683069 or email theocusarb@gmail.com
  9. Does anybody have a contact for an owner operator with a tractor/ trailer/grab (forwarder) near to Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. We have too much wood on the ground for our small trailer and need to shift it asap! Hope you all can either recommend or refer my details. Many thanks David 07730683069
  10. Looking for someone with a tractor and trailer unit to work on a clearance site asap. If you know of someone or can pass on my details then i would be very grateful. Wood is on the deck, flat site and a short road trip to the yard. David Shephard, 07730683069
  11. Looking for a climber for next week, fun job, big trees and very boshy! Call David on 07730683069
  12. We are getting busy, a recent house move and new baby means i could do with a hand! Ideally someone with climbing experience and suitable tickets, a keen interest in tree work and some common sense. We work smart here, and enjoy this job and need someone to get join in. Really would suit someone who lives in the area or within a short commute. Please give me a call on 07730683069 (David).
  13. Hi all, i need a hand for 2-3 days a week, climbing is an advantage but not a definite. Nice jobs (limited hedge trimming!), lots of kit to play with! Give me a call on 07730683069 of interested. David
  14. Its a DJI Phantom 4, its been really useful so far, the license aspect is a nightmare and enough to put anyone off flying one. Will be creating a few more videos soon.

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