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Tree Man Tom

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About Tree Man Tom

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    Raffle Sponsor 2008, 2009
  • Birthday 07/02/1991

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  • Location:
    Somerset
  • Interests
    Snooker, General Tree Stuff
  • Occupation
    Climbing Arborist

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  1. Agreed, done my fair share of horrible hedges just keep your head down and keep going. I often where one of my normal work gloves on my right (Cutting hand) and then a thick gauntlet type glove on my left hand (Chucking hand) then just cut and chuck. Tidy up with a hedge trimmer at the end job done.
  2. The new ranger is 2l bi-turbo coupled to a 10speed box, been reading up on the forums recently and seem to be getting good reviews. I've got the 3.2 at the moment which I love but might test drive the 2l myself and see what it's like.
  3. I really have no idea what you're on about. You've lost the plot.
  4. I am but intrigued by the 'battered pick up' reference?? I think you must have me confused
  5. Sack him off this jobs hard enough without people like him. I've shifted blokes on for being 5mins late in the morning.... cant be doing with it.
  6. Whilst watching the new groundsman rake 'look at e, scratching around like a f***ing chicken" "Under every pony tale lies an arse hole" I'm sure there is more, we used to have a right laugh il remember them later on.
  7. Battery saws, well battery equipment in general. Saw, hedge trimmer, pole saw and blower etc, some days we dont use any petrol tools.
  8. That's my mates old machine. Nothing wrong with it he just upgraded to a big tp chipper. It will be a lovely machine for someone.
  9. 2 years or so I guess. Only because I find they go abit 'wire like' after a while. I do abuse mine though, pull over poles and lower off it often. I've never retired a rope because I've been worried about it failing, ropes are stupid strong, never gonna fail with me bouncing on the end of it.
  10. Hey guys sorry for the delay. All fixed, it was a worn ignition, as the chipper bounced about abit as the no stress kicked in and out it was enough to vibrate the key to off. Thanks for your help
  11. Mine never ran right from the day I bought it. Multiple trips back to the dealer then they kept hold of it for ages and delivered it back the day the warranty expired! Still wouldnt run, ended up chucking it to the back of the shed and buying a husky.
  12. It'll rev up normally and chip fine for abit then cuts out. My first thought was fuel but the fact it re-starts on the key and runs fine for abit confused me. Thanks

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