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About garth mc garth

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2008, 2011, 2012
  • Birthday 21/06/1984

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    Playing in the mud!
  • Interests
    Shooting, Travelling, Off Roading
  • Occupation
    Fencer and Tree Chopper!!!
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  1. I got plenty of oak down in Kent if you could find a haulier looking for a back load
  2. I'm currently removing 250 oaks from a woodland near canterbury Kent and have approx 150 tons of firewood for sale. Saw logs have been provisionally sold but would be keen to hear from interested parties in case anything falls through. Easy all weather ride side access for artics directly off main A road. Everything cut to 2.5m £40 a ton plus vat at roadside. Can deliver locally to Canterbury with tractor and trailer or organise artic delivery if further afield

    <p>Hi. </p>

    <p> I was reading through some older forum posts and see you have a kings hitter. </p>

    <p> Just wondering how you get on with it? What you think of it ? Any problems etc. </p>

    <p> Rgds</p>



    <p>Kings hitter.. </p>

    <p> Hi reading through some older forum posts and see you have a kings hitter post knocker. </p>

    <p> I was wondering what you think of the machine? </p>

    <p> Rgds</p>


  5. <p>hi I see you have a tracked post nocker iam thinking about buying one what make have you got thanks philip</p>

  6. Still keep the handle for all the times you can't get a truck onto the end of the fence. If the wire is so buried that it's pulling the truck along then all the clamp will do is cut the wire anyway
  7. Take the section of chain puller without the handle on ( clamp with tail of chain ) and stick a loop of chain at the end and secure with a bolt with a couple of wide flat washers). Attach winch hook into the loop of the chain
  8. What's the clutch like? I'm guessing it can't be too bad if you have had it apart already to replace those bits
  9. <p>Hello mate how u doing? Long time no speak!</p>

  10. There's so many variables that could dictate the answer of cordwood price and profit etc. How big is the timber and how long does it take to process? How easy is the site to work ie flat or steep etc wet sites can be nightmares if u have to brash mat everything How far from wood to roadside access for wagons. Everyone has different overheads and I'd rather shift the wood quickly at for a bit less than wait 6 months to get 100 quid a load more. To be honest if I was cutting nice straight oak beech ash mix that was all 12" diameter the price would be more but as there is some oversize timber and small stuff then it's priced accordingly
  11. First stack pictured weighed 22 ton according to weigh bridge tickets. Haven't had tickets back for other loads yet
  12. I got a tracked knocker and based in Kent if you want some fencing doing in the snotty ground we share!
  13. 70 tons out of the first advert has gone already so hopefully the rest will go when I'm done extracting it
  14. Got some 11ft birch and 10ft softwood ( Corsican pine) for sale on the same site if anyone is interested. Should be 2 wagon loads of birch and 1 of softwood.


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