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wicklamulla

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    The Parish of Cruwys Morchard, Mid Devon

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  1. No i had JBL fold it for me and make the toolbox. so it's single skinned and the folding process engineers in some rigidity and strength? Looks very tidy.
  2. Dilz, i use a TCF arb trolley and i bought a smaller than usual dumpy bag from Tool Station which has a safe working load of 500KG but fits on perfectly. Not sure of the actual dimensions of the bag itself but it's spot on and i too am having hooks fabbed up so as to make attaching and detaching the bag a doddle. we use it on long conifer hedge trimming jobs where we trim onto a line of 8x4 tarps and then pick each one up and tip them into the dumpy bag on the arb trolley, once full we drag it to the truck or chipper.
  3. hopefully he will upload a pic or 2.
  4. Did ya fold the alloy yerself or did ya buy it like that?
  5. Wednesday, Fursday n' Fryday was too hot for fat ole me here in Devon. I felt rough afterwards but on fri. we opted to do 2 jobs instead of 3 as there's no pint in stressing yourselves out on a hot day so we finished early and ate homemade cheesecake. And today I's repairing the backpack blower shoulder strap that failed. Using some webbing off of an old harness that was hung up and not dumped for some reason.
  6. Wednesday, Fursday n' Fryday was too hot for fat ole me here in Devon. I felt rough afterwards but on fri. we opted to do 2 jobs instead of 3 as there's no pint in stressing yourselves out on a hot day so we finished early and ate homemade cheesecake.
  7. I took pics. of both saws fully fuelled and oiled up, both with a 10 inch bar n' chain but no tool strop or carabiner attached. There is hardly anyting in it.
  8. if yer on Facebook lad i did a review last week or so on the 2500. I will say that if i only had the money to buy 1 'micro saw' it would be the 2511 over the 2500 as they have more balls and really astound me with their abilities. i have fitted an 8'' chain n' bar to the 2500.
  9. can ya tell us more or is it under wraps till testing is over and it enters mainstream dealer outlets?
  10. i do like a good adventure and that sounds like it was fun!
  11. 2511 TESC is on 1/4 pitch and 0.43 gauge chain, thas the one to have. I tink my local dealer can do one for £420 incl. VAT.
  12. sad news indeed. I guess this is Felix the Log Chopper, never met him but i enjoyed his posts. RIP Big Lad, 'Gone alas like our youth too soon'.
  13. well a local outfit i know of fitted Jensen Blades to a Forst and it went bang in a big way, when this error was realised and admitted the repair bill was circa 5k.
  14. i shud come up to GM HQ and get the fat binned off of me in order to shape up!

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