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littlerob

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  • Birthday 23/08/1988

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  1. i run a husky 135 as a chipper saw and in all honesty brilliant saw for the money and very punchy little saw have cut full bar length 14inch logs with it. find it better than a ms211.
  2. 2 years ago i was hit head on in my truck i was with aviva so was the other driver and it happened on the last day of my policy. Aviva was amazing with me but there replacement hire vehicle company they use was a bag of poo. where they said the would get me a truck with in 24 hrs 10 days latter after me chasing them every day to get a hire vehicle asked me if i know of any hire trucks then i gave details of 5 hire firms to them on the 12 day they phoned me and said could i get to ipswich to pick a truck up at 10am this was at 9am that was over 110miles away without a vehicle. buck back to aviva themself total ace with me paid me 10 days of loss of earnings paid me compensation for injuries and paid me exactly what i paid for the truck even though i had it for a year all paid up and when i made them aware of their specialists hire firm could find me a truck they got me a panel van to me within the hour and told me to keep it into 5 days after i received the money from them.
  3. had a 2007 renault master pulled really well it was a crew cab with a crane on it that was 1500kg lift still had 900kg legal payload, great mpg 42/43 mpg average pics to prove if need be but was remapped. down side i found in particular with it, a lot of weight on it felt very floaty and light on the steering especially at 60/70mph. wet and icy would wheel spin the granny out of it but half my fault heavy right foot lol. and was very solid felt every bump in the road. the citroen and peugeot from 2007 onwards use the 2.2 transit engine just different electrics and different brand of injectors and pump that ford would use. the fiat use a fait engine in either 2.3 or 3.0 not sure if there iveco engines being the same size engine as the iveco and being italian also
  4. if you got a stihl fuel can the oregon nozzles fit them cans and fits the small echo tank holes
  5. as it says anyone using them and how they're holding up and are they comfortable n not hot
  6. might have slipped the arbtalk police so shush shush and all that lol
  7. hay its only £40 pound a set so worth a gamble and if they fit will be like busying 3 sets to the price of rocks teeth
  8. right i have a chinky grinder identical to rock machinery one but green do anyone know if the quadrablade teeth fit them, as have found a cheap supplier of the quadrablade in the uk at under £40 a set
  9. been clucking like a smack rat since not been on here have to say very fresh looking and modern just got to work my head around it
  10. sorry for swearing and losing the brown digested food word
  11. the 2wd models are **** will spin the wheels on damp grass let alone any rain or mud
  12. surely we could try and get the price down there be fuel duty / tax on aspen so with all the environmental benefits why cant aspen get a cut in fuel duty for being greener / better for people and the world

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