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Johny Walker

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About Johny Walker

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    Senior Member, Raffle sponsor 2010, 2011, 2012
  • Birthday 23/07/1966

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  • Location:
    gods own county
  • Interests
    life
  • Occupation
    trees & stuff
  • City
    leeds

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  1. Having a good check over the machine would give a good idea.big cheppets tend to chip quicker.also will depend on what work its doing.
  2. Looked at some takeuchis.seem to hold there money well.
  3. what are folk using pros & cons ,etc mainly in the 1.5t range johny
  4. mainly to be used in arb work, site jobs,feeding tracked chipper etc
  5. I was chasing thst chippet tto put iy on tracks. [emoji6]
  6. Wich are folk using & why.any body used both pro ,cons etc[emoji41]
  7. A tw230 will piss alover a 530.it will break forks the 530 will just scratch on.im sorry to say.the rollers on a 230 are among the the best out there
  8. what search do you use on yr Macs,safari or google ,just trying to get the best out off it, googles a bit nosy
  9. I got some meindls in the end, great boots ,no breaking in wich was good as was yomping around the lakes district
  10. No.never .its not a forst
  11. looking for recommadations for good quality hiking/walking boots with good ankle support cheers
  12. have you put the linkage bk on correctly.
  13. a bit off panel beaating & t-cut will sort that out, any p45 involved

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