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treeplanter

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  1. pfanner stretch flex , very grippy even when wet
  2. sounds like you need to contact the company you bought it from and arrange a replacement , i've had my protos since january and have not had any problems with it , like you say the price is high , so you deserve the best quality , who did you get it from ?
  3. a good little plus point for the arb show , look forward to having a look
  4. you could have a look at" the recreational tree climbers " on facebook
  5. check out the cree head torches on amazon , i've got two , both about the £18 mark ,ones a single light with long beam or wide beam , the other has got three lights , both super bright
  6. i know its a bit of a distance but buckland landscapes have one , might be worth a call , pretty sure it will come with an operator
  7. treekit do an arb based first aid course , i did it a couple of weeks ago , along with the guys i work for , very good course
  8. porridge for breakfast , chicken or fish salad for lunch and i keep a tub of mixed nuts and dried fruit for a bit of a snack , food is very important , if its the right food
  9. nod at treeworker ,he"s the daddy , give him a bell
  10. it all depends on if you want stripes , a roller mower will normally cost you more . if your doing private gardens , stripes are best . if commercial then a rough wheeled rough cut will do
  11. ive got the yale lime lite on my zigzag , runs very free and tends itself nicely
  12. wait till they put there washing on the line and the winds blowing in the right direction , and burn all of there rubbish

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