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  1. a All the chipper theives are on the facebook site
  2. Do they not? I have a few month old 230 I will check tomorrow be a bit crap if they don’t
  3. Check the serial numbers with the equipment register, find out where the serial numbers are for your machine, Timberwolf have a hidden one on the chip shoot flange
  4. Thanks I'm proud of it, old but gold
  5. More info here https://rose-tree.co.uk/Employment/
  6. Thumbs up to liam at Maple, sold a fair few loads to him, good rates, pays quick no messing
  7. Sorry I was thinking of a 1000 There’s a 2000 near me with a crane but couldn’t comment
  8. Done one with a digger Bit flimsy on the back for those whoopsy moments Rather a Bandit 990
  9. This is what I had in mind but can’t find anything in Uk like it
  10. Cheers I’ll check them out, we have a tray for our hookamabob so can go weighty
  11. Hi all We do alot of ragging out of bushes for our local council, usually this is the stuff you wouldn't want to chip, pyracantha, cotoneater, with a few small roots in and bits of rubbish. Currently we just shove it all in a bin and green waste it which is expensive and you can't get a lot of volume in a bin and its a pita to load. A quick google will find me a mahoosive shredder for 1000's of tonnes a hour or a daisy mincer for your back garden, and nothing in-between the timberwolf jobby is not big enough. Is there something on the market which can be loaded by a 3-5 digger but easily transportable. In my head I'm imagining a shredding machine with a belt feed, about 3-5tonne 200hp ideally conveyor eject so as not to atomize any nasties in the brush. cheers James x
  12. Maybe I’m a bit poverty but I use old horse feed sacks for ropes and find the bollard is big and ugly enough to not need sticking in a box
  13. Cheers spent many a hour trying to grind them off getting showered in sparks and measly putting grinder in face looking forward to discovering a easier way
  14. Just bought a set of these for this purpose I’ll see how they go
  15. Domestic work is essentially topping and gnome dodging Big trees in small spaces want making smaller and there only one way, customers love to see big wounds and loads of tree going through that chipper, thow your dignity and morals through that chipper and ride it out Glad i do very little domestic anymore


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