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  1. This is the trouble I’m having I know my budget won’t stretch to a new one and I’m not vat registered which is a killer. Looking at one on Wilson’s but 13thousand hours puts me off a bit doesnt have to be a Valtra but that is my personal preference for woodland work.
  2. 25inch log thin end 34-36inch thick end about ten to twelve foot section been down a fair few years, I can send some pics Monday if that helps Simon gloucestershire.
  3. On the hunt for a Valtra, max budget about £25k anybody have anything for sale.? Seems very little about at the moment
  4. I don’t mean to throw a spanner in the works but I’d look for a second tip site, if you are planning on tipping all of your rubbish at a specialist nursery, how are you going to explain the risk of cross contamination on some prime species when you bring in diesed tree waste. Just a thought as everyone else is saying, start banging in some hours with a firm to get the physical experience and saw experience. I hear so many people say I want to be a tree surgeon and climb, then get 20 feet up a small conifer and crap there pants. Just always have a plan b c d and e
  5. Hi tree Dan 

    give me a ring on 07825085286 self employed with full kit inc rigging and saws from top handle to 88 landy tipper and chipper if needed 


  6. I have a yard you can tip at in Randwick about 3 miles from painswick Drop me a message if it can be of help simon
  7. Why not a straight fell?? Looked a fair bit of room to crash out or were there other factors?
  8. Could I get a contact number as I'm very intrested. Simon

    <p>Hi there Smithers </p>

    <p>I'm very intrested in the crane and chipper </p>

    <p>Have you a contact number so I can ask about purchasing it</p>

    <p>Andafew other questions </p>



  10. Had a similar problem with mine. Could be the slave cylinder. There is a nut that you can release the pressure, you then top it up with dot 3 or four and continue to pump the clutch until the pressure builds up. Always worth a go and it's a cheep stating point
  11. Just watched the video again. Was the same sling used for taking the heavy timber down that was used for lowering the smaller branches?? There looked to be around 50% of the branches that were badly unbalanced and spun round causing a bit of a shock load to the sling. Could this be a factor?? Fan of chains personally on cranes

    <p>Hi Simon,</p>

    <p> </p>

    <p>It was a pleasure to talk with you. Will send you a catalog to <a href="mailto:" rel="">Gardinerstree@yahoo.co.uk</a></p>



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