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  1. 20m+ tracked mewp wanted. Must be in great condition with loler and service records.
  2. Just sent you a private message [emoji106]
  3. I'm on the lookout for an alpine tractor, Holder tractor, or similar. Limited budget of around £4k but could stretch a bit more for the right machine. A winch would be a bonus. Doesn't have to look fantastic and I'm handy on the spanners!
  4. My Transit was down to 400 miles and filled it up with adblu it took 3 days until it registered it had been filled! Lucky I wasn't 401miles from home!
  5. What about table salt? Killed off many a stump with it
  6. Wait until next year and get the new jeep gladiator? Having great reviews in the USA but depends on the spec over here.
  7. Mitsubishi canter... My ones ending on ebay tomorrow morning! [emoji6] https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F173901712455
  8. "sold as seen" = don't phone me when it breaks down on the way home!
  9. Forst pt6 https://www.forst-woodchippers.com/prod/pt6
  10. Contact 'height for hire'. Great company to deal with [emoji106]
  11. 14 plate Navara, manual, with mud terrains.... 27mpg
  12. Ideally that's what I wanted to do but my blade has a boxed in structure behind the face of the blade so I can't get access behind to do the nuts up. On the plus side, it will provide more strength and stability for a socket to be welded into. [emoji106]
  13. Yes, for now I welded a bracket to the blade. I couldn't decide what height to put it so trialed it like this... And it's been on for 3 months! I will make a socket for it eventually as when it's on digging duties again, the hitch will get in the way.
  14. Great firewood! Burns hot and lasts [emoji91]
  15. My mini forwarder! Works great in the woods but you would really need a grab and rotator.


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