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  1. Climber needed 11th June in Winchester for a partial Chestnut reduction. Pm or call 07789644322.
  2. Would any of you guys be interested in a twin stemmed Cherry approx 18m high. Butt is DBH 700 and about 2.5m before it forks. 1 stem is about dia 600 the other about dia 500. Nice and straight. Currently located in Devizes, Wiltshire but might haul it back to Winchester, Hants. If any interest pm me or call 07789644322 Thanks Pete
  3. Bit of a long shot but are there any climbers that would be free for a day this week maybe thurs or fri? Based in Winchester. Pm or call Pete on 07789644322
  4. Marc it comes in at under 7.5 with the mods. Must admit it does go a bit over when fully loaded. Have chopped off a lot of clumsy over weight and needles steel in places that it doesn't need to be and used ally where possible to keep weight down.
  5. This is our U140L which we've had for almost 2 years now. Has undergone extensive overhaul since purchase ti bring it up to spec. Amongst many other things this included fabrication of a new Ally chipbox and the fitting of a Versalift 36NF Boom. It is an incredibly productive machine when on site and really shows up your usual 2 man and a van setup.
  6. Has anybody had any experience with either the stihl or more so husky cordless pole saws. They seem promising but dont want to fork out unless they can compete against say an ht101 or ht131. Any thoughts appreciated.
  7. Evening guys. Just a follow up from this thread. Have taken advice and tried the old 621 on aspen, set the carb up just right and it runs just fine. None of the problems that we had before. Good advice. I'm sure theres plenty of older problem saws which could be cured by just changing to Aspen. Wow never thought I'd see the day that I used it.
  8. That is exactly the symptoms! I'll go and get a bottle of badger tears and try it. lol.
  9. nah I shouldnt think so. Disassembled brather and all and gave it a good blow out with airline. Tank is pressurized with bubbles in after running for 10 mins or so.
  10. Hi there, I have a problem with my fathers jonsered 621. Runs fine for a bit then pressurises the fuel tank and stops. I have checked everything that I know andcant find anything wrong so I'm figuring that pressure from the cranckcase must be seeping through into the fuel tank. The real question is does anyone know where I might be able to source a gasket set for it. I have part numbers and have tried a couple of places in the states but to no avail. Many thanks Pete
  11. Evening chaps, Have a job that I'm starting on the 15th of June in Sandhurst Surrey. Not a massive job but should be a couple of days and am a little concerned that we are going to run out of space on the van etc. Quite a way from home so was wondering if anyone in the area might consider letting us put a load or 2 in their yard if we were to come to a arrangement. Many thanks Pete Pm or call 07789 644322
  12. <p>Sorry I missed your message, I was away, might be a bit far for a bit of timber, Cheers</p>


    <p>Hi There,</p>

    <p> </p>

    <p>its near southampton. the tree is still up atm but good to know your interested</p>



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