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miker

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About miker

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    southampton
  • Interests
    chainsaws,woodworking,punk music,my dogs
  • Occupation
    fencer/landscaper

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  1. Thiose 181/281 have massive compression hey, dont blame you fitting the 288 pot
  2. I would say that is a 288 pot as it has a decompressor, 281 never had one as far as i know
  3. Wayfarer, planted many of these in hedgerows, bastard to get the spirals on tho without a bit of pruning !
  4. Might be a triggers broom by now mate ! if i find out anything i will let you know ( big County fan ) cheers
  5. There is a facebook page.".county tractor register" have a gander on there
  6. 774 had flat deck cab too
  7. Twin prop shafts to front wheels, so when rear diff lock is in true 4 wheel drive
  8. Lost my dad 2 years ago to cancer, lost my old mum in april this year also to cancer, they were 90 and 93, never easy, keep your chin up mate and remember the good times and be there for your dad Sending my regards Mike
  9. It will have a split charge so either one
  10. Hi mate, if you go on my facebook page...mike routledge , ive shared a post about a load of stihl kit that has been recovered in southampton, looks like some of the kit you mentioned Cheers
  11. told him it should go back, hes 87 and pretty stuck in his way bless him, ive worked for him for 22 years and nothing surprises me lol. i might try and convince him that it needs to go back to the dealer
  12. it only has 40 hours on the clock..no end of problems but he seems reluctant to get on to the dealer. you cant tell some people !!
  13. No mate , its 22hp briggs petrol engine, 727 ? i think

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