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  1. Hi all I’ve been running Rayco for years and can’t fault them but access is a issue sometimes. Looking at the predator as a option but have here’d not great things, build quality etc. Any suggestions on other makes that you would reccamend.
  2. felling starting on Wednesday so will post some butts
  3. It’s gun barrel straight. Thanks for the leads guys
  4. Im just about to cut the best stand of ash I've seen in a long time, real big and straight, clean butts. Anyone interested or know anyone who buys in Ash.
  5. Free hand is a option as always, lot of work. Bigger mill is what I’m thinking. It was sold as a 90x90 log size. Always read small print

    <p>Hi Dave</p>

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    <p>I have some very nice clean butts here that can be milled.Cost wise I would say you are looking are around the £30 per cube ft, let me know if that is in your budget</p>



    <p>That sounds good thanks. yes green fresh swan if possible </p>




    <p>Hi Dave</p>

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    <p>I'm in surrey so happy to quote. I take it you want it all green, fresh sawn</p>


  9. Any idea who they are, be good to have a chat
  10. Thanks j That's what I'm looking at, does look a good set up Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  11. Hi All Since my last post about a Forestor mill, with only 1 reply I'm guessing not that common over here. Have any of you, used a Mebor or know much about them, thinking of going static Mill for bigger logs I have more off. My Serra Alpina my be up for sale if anyone is interested Any thoughts as always would be much apprecated Chalky
  12. Hi J Funny you should say that as I'm just about to post a new thread about Mebor Mills
  13. Hi Anyone had any dealings with forestor machines. Im thinking of changing my serra alpine for a larger static mill. Any info would be much appreciated


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