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About gensetsteve

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  • Location:
    down south , Hampshire
  • Occupation
    Making Reem Kindling and servicing big generators
  • Post code
    Sp11
  • City
    Andover

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  1. gensetsteve

    Wholesale kindling clean and biscuit dry

    Pm sent
  2. gensetsteve

    Selling poplar as firewood

    The first load of pop I had burned nearly as well as the beech. The second load I used was awful so now I don’t take the chance now. Both were as well seasoned as each other
  3. gensetsteve

    Wholesale kindling clean and biscuit dry

    Loads in stock just a few pics
  4. gensetsteve

    Bags of Kindling for sale in the south sticks

    Hi everyone hope your all enjoying the weather and not getting too burnt in the trees . Thousands of bags of top quality kindling in stock as always . Clean unused joinery of cuts bone dry and dust free phone or email for details 07801 953338
  5. gensetsteve

    300 TDi fuel stop solenoid help!

    I have the same solinoid on my bobcat Peugeot engine first one lasted 15 years now I seem to need a new one every few years I think I get them from hella. The other thing to do and this is even more important on the later td5 is don't run around on empty all the time as the fuel gets hotter as it passes through the engine and empty tank heats up more and quicker than a full one
  6. Had an 80 series LC about year 2000 but actually found front axle unreliable compared to my current 100 series. Had a low mileage 3 year old disco 4 one of the nicest vehicle I have owned but zero reliability will never be on my list in future. i would say an 04-06 year 100 series LC would be your best bet. 04 onwards they got the better dash and 5 speed auto box. Make sure it's rust free some go to rot others are perfect. If you get one with hydraulic active suspension when it breaks spend £1500 and put it back on coils. rated for towing 3.5 tonnes but 4.5 tonnes in other countries so up to the job. Strong engine for towing and 25 mpg when solo. Plenty of leg head and arm room. pattern parts are a lot more available now as well
  7. gensetsteve

    300 TDi fuel stop solenoid help!

    Are you buying cheap pattern part solinoids. Maybe Oem quality part or genuine from landrover. The other thing to check is the alternator is not over charging because high voltage may burn them out.
  8. gensetsteve

    Bags of Kindling for sale in the south sticks

    Even with high demand and cold weather on the way we have kept up with demand and have good stock if anyone needs pallets of bone dry kindling.
  9. gensetsteve

    Kindling price

    I find the big outlets retail at about £1 a kilo unless it's been mild then they drop it to 80 p a kilo to shift it. We wholesale a 3.7 kilo net and our customers sell at £3-£4 a net
  10. gensetsteve

    Wholesale Kindling

    We can supply 4 kg bags 40 x 50 monofilament green or red. Can deliver 600 nets but need to work a price to hay on wye. Or 126 nets on a pallet roughly £50 a pallet plus vat
  11. gensetsteve

    Bags of Kindling for sale in the south sticks

    Kindling flying out this year. Still loads innstock if anyone needs it. 40x50 nets £1.70 + vat can net wrap 126 to a pallet. Red or green monofilament nets.
  12. gensetsteve

    Wholesale kindling clean and biscuit dry

    Good busy start to the season
  13. gensetsteve

    Wholesale Firewood & Kindling Required - Chingford, E4 7RA

    We do 40 x50 nets not sure where you are
  14. gensetsteve

    Please try to make it quicker

    We only have about 2.5 megs coming down and half a meg going up. I am sure your site is fine but every task takes a second or two which does not sound much but it runs about the speed of dial up years ago. I don't get on here much I just can't get the time and struggle to navigate the new site. We should get fibre in the next year so will be back with avengence
  15. gensetsteve

    Sprinter 4x4

    I test drove the van version. Nice high position a little noise onntransmission but won't notice on a pick up. The thing I never tried was the all important push a heavy traile up a drive gravel or tarmac. Not sure how the axles will wind up or if they will start churning things up.

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