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  1. JAC

    Ibc cages

    I'll take 10 cages tomorrow if possible
  2. Thanks for your reply. The Jo beau I had was a quality machine, I should of kept it. I have a lot of narrow access work where it would be ideal.
  3. It's more compact and I like the idea of having the engine at the other end of the machine. When chipping with the jo beau wood chip and the fine dust used to always end up on the engine.
  4. I will thanks. Does anyone else have any experience with them?
  5. Thanks, the videos of it look good . Seems a better features and design to my old jo beau 400
  6. Has anyone got any experience of these chippers and how do they compare to a jo beau or greenmech cs100?
  7. <p>I've got the exact same roller going slow in my Jensen 530, would u Mind calling me did a chat. It could save me hours of time as my problem is the same as you had, thank you Mark 07908 918273</p>

  8. I must of misread the letter they sent
  9. Redwood sent me a letter because of the rumours, confirming they still are importers.
  10. Thanks, looks like a good machine.
  11. That's where I'd looked but couldn't see a price for the petrol version.
  12. How much do they cost? Can't find any prices
  13. Do you leave the chipper on the trailer when chipping into the pick up?
  14. That trailer looks nice and compact. Whats it like with the jensen on? Anyone know where there's one for sale?
  15. Thanks for all your replies The chipper is now running perfect, it was the solenoid and the new one I fitted was also faulty.


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