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  1. Hi we require a skilled groundsman or someone wishing to progress to climbing. We under take mainly domestic work with some site work but we are expanding in this sector. We are based between Bradford and Halifax and are looking for someone for 2-3 days a week possibly more. Pay depending on experience
  2. Just been looking into getting chas accredited but construction line stuff keeps popping up. Which one do you think is the most cost affective/best for achieving more work. Thanks
  3. Does the tw230 have greasable bearings?
  4. To be honest sub 750kg doesn't bother me.
  5. Climber required for growing business in Bradford, West Yorkshire. We require a climber for 2-3 days a week. We carry out domestic and commercial work. Good rates of pay for right person, can be a collage leaver or someone wanting to gain experience.
  6. As above no good for tree work but for gardening leads used to send me a least 50 a day all in the spam draw.
  7. Hi all probably been asked loads of times but I am sick of spending money on my chipper so I am after something newer. I stuck between timber wolf 150/230 and forst st6. I just want to know people's opinions on both. Also best place to buy. Cheers
  8. Gave the new bar a good work out this week finished this oak off. Milled 1.5" and 2" boards Wayny edge and square widest board was 31" also made so 5"x5" posts from the middle were there was a shake.
  9. Yes rob it was from you. I've got a standard 3/8" drive rim not a spur so will the .050 run ok on the rim which has been running 3/8" .063. Thanks Pat
  10. Hi all just ordered a new bar and chain. The chain is a 3/8" lo pro .050 and my original chain is 3/8" .063 can I run them on the same drive sprocket? I have read various thing and they seem conflicting the pitch is the same but the gauge isn't some say yes others say no just wondering if anyone had any advice many thanks Patrick.
  11. Evening all thanks for the recommendations in the end I ordered a Gb lo pro milling bar. Going to see how it does then I may add an auxiliary oiler to the setup.
  12. Hi all I am fairly new to milling with the Alaskan during my last bit of milling my nose sprocket gave out. I am running a husqvarna 395xp with a standard Oregon 36 bar is there a better alternative before I buy another standard bar. Thanks Pat
  13. Still looking also looking to take on an apprentice.
  14. Wanted groundsman and climber for odd days to cover sick leave. Working on mostly domestic jobs driving licence preferred good rates of pay for right person. Based near Halifax we cover all surrounding areas.

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