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  1. Looks like a tidy little machine, shame it wasn't closer!
  2. Good to know, if i ever find a reasonably priced second hand one i might see if i can afford that then
  3. Ah okay thanks for the advice. Been looking at sedgewick 260's they seem like decent machines but a bit out my budget..
  4. Dont worry! these are no where near me. Looks like two decent machines similar to what im after though
  5. Okay thanks, yes please that would be helpful to see what else is about. Gumtree has got nothing on there near me at the moment.
  6. mostly hardwoods to be fair, ash, Oak Beech sycamore etc..
  7. Thanks, any makes/models i should be looking out for?
  8. Ideally 12" Capacity maybe £500/600 mark so not a massive budget unfortunately
  9. Just wondering whether the original poster brought a planer in the end? I'm on the look out for something similar and was just looking for a few opinions!
  10. jamesd

    New harness

    I am after a new harness and just wondered what people are going for? I am slim guy so need something a bit smaller and not too bulky. My favourite harness use to be a treeflex but they are no longer made. Is there something similar on the market now? The treehog harness looks pretty similar to be fair, but not heard much about them. Cheers, James.
  11. Could anyone recommend a decent ideally digital torque wrench? I am restoring an old land rover in my spare time so am looking for a decent one that will last. Cheers, James.
  12. I am looking to buy some earmuffs with radio in them for those long and boring hedgecutting jobs.... Has anyone got any recommendations on which ones to get? It would be good if they plugged into my phone etc as well as just a radio. Cheers, James.

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