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Jonny Burch

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About Jonny Burch

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2011, 2013, 2014

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    Guildford Surrey
  1. Need to find a yard!

    Hi All Need to find a yard/lock up/unit near to pirbright. If anyone has any ideas or knows of somewhere/someone that'd be greatly appreciated thankyou
  2. Unimogs rock thread

    Hi John! Thankyou, it's almost how I want it! Hopefully Bob and Mick Dundee can get the tp on the din plate in the very near future! Bought the bracket from Atkinson Vos. I'm guessing those holes are for hooking on the hook of the winch???? Hows the RB? I really miss my old one!
  3. Unimogs rock thread

    That's Ok Dave, no problem its piped for hydraulic brakes and has suspension. I'll be converting it to air asap.
  4. Unimogs rock thread

    Finally settled with A Farmi Primero 3967 Time to go pick up some timber!
  5. Tree is please

    Hi! currently away in Bordeaux, France and found this in the woods. Kids are very keen to know what it is and what tree it's from cheers
  6. Best legal vehicle combination

    Having a 7.5t and now a mog I have to agree with Tom D that the mog is he way forward. Yes, mines had a few issues but all be sorted relatively easily. Payload is good, off road ability, chipper plus trailer if need be and it's basically cool as f*ck! It's also a great advertising tool as not many round these parts have one! Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  7. What crane to sit on back of Unimog u1250

    Haha it does doesn't it!! Right... need to talk to Mr Blair and ask how he had this setup sorted... That'd suit me just fine! Possibly Jensen on front for now... Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  8. What crane to sit on back of Unimog u1250

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  9. What crane to sit on back of Unimog u1250

    I'm sure there's bits that can come of it, however... it does stick out quite a way! If I could change the hopper then maybe it'd be worth sorting [emoji106]🏻 Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  10. What crane to sit on back of Unimog u1250

    Ive got a front mounted Jensen at the mo but haven't had it on as the old springs were sagging. It might have to go on for a bit till a good second hand ducker/schleising becomes available [emoji106]🏻 Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  11. What crane to sit on back of Unimog u1250

    If the chipper is on the linkage also is that not too much weight on the back? Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  12. What crane to sit on back of Unimog u1250

    My idea is that we can turn up to sites and clear chip and timber etc at the same time. My thinking is that with the crane mid mounted then I've still got the chipper on the back of the mog. The 7.5 lorry then acts as a "bin" for timber/rakings or whatever. On other jobs I leave the chipper at home and pull grain trailer etc.. I don't think a timber trailer with crane would be to my best advantage, I could however be very wrong! Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  13. What crane to sit on back of Unimog u1250

    its looking like the crane will now be behind the cab. It's not perfect but it's what's going to work best for our set up . As I'm looking for something second hand can anyone tell me where to start looking?? Many thanks Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  14. What crane to sit on back of Unimog u1250

    Looks great! I'll be down tomorrow, after visiting the bakers again [emoji106]🏻 Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  15. Hi all As Bob has the Mog this weekend to upgrade the suspension [emoji106]🏻[emoji106]🏻[emoji106]🏻 we talked about having a crane on the back. Mick Dundee hopefully can work his magic to have it on 3 point linkage. What would people who have them recommend? Cheers all Have a great weekend! Jonny Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk

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