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  1. Thankyou all I’ve gone for all new bushes new , splines regarding stub shafts there is wear on then how do you know when too much
  2. Hi all just brought a tired Timberwolf 190 tracked , just ordering blades , anvils service kit, belts etc , just seeing before I take rollers apart is there anything in there that will be worn they look ok bottom one to the left a lot and at slight angle though
  3. Hi all i have a schliesing 175mx when you feed some thing biggish the auto stress comes in but then wont start again it will reverse the only way to get rollers to move forward again is to stop machine and restart or lower revs for a minute any ideas what this could be please
  4. Happens every time it’s connected to the auto stress when it kicks in it won’t restart , you have to turn off or lower revs for a min
  5. Hi all i have a schliesing 175mx when you feed some thing biggish the auto stress comes in but then wont start again it will reverse the only way to get rollers to move forward again is to stop machine and restart or lower revs for a minute any ideas what this could be please
  6. Hi i took down a horse chestnut and the owner siad he would like to maybee have something carved out of it. it stands at about 8ft high and about 2ft diameter if anyone interested call ot text me on 07954 575521 to arrange to view prices etc..
  7. Hi all just picked up my new road tow quad chip 160. I did a bit of work on sat so thought I would check the blades. When I checked they are the round ones, I thought the idea of the quad chip was the quad blades. Anyone else had this
  8. Home i did it myself last year a quick diy thing and it is amazing how much work comes from it:thumbup:
  9. Hi all i looked at a job today there are two purple leafed plums one with a large cavity and another with a lean and Ganoderma i belive, how bad is it on these speicies? should i requested it Go? many thanks adam
  10. Hi all i need help identifying the fungus below it was massive about 1ft high 2ft wide. it was on a declining ash tree.
  11. Hi all i have just surveyed a tree which is going to be within 2m of a farm out building just wondered if it was worth keeping. i know tony has informed me that oak can cope well. the crown has some die back and a bit sparse. heres some pics
  12. hi cheers tony this was on i tree i inspected which is going to be with 2m of a farm building/barn as oak deals with this well would you say it should be retained?
  13. hi all got this on a mature oak it was on the buttress/root flare many thanks
  14. Just looked at one today only about 15ft tall and losing the inner needles. thought it was drought:001_smile:
  15. hi all many thanks for all your responses. i cant believe i didn't look at the plan on line before, well they have been granted permission but with condition the main one is: No development shall be commenced until a specification for the sub-surface foundation design of the building has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. it shall demonstrate that harm to the root zones of adjacent trees is minimised or avoided. thereafter the foundations shall only be constructed in accordance with the approved specification. well the tree is a mature oak about , with die back 12m tall, dbh 5m. the building will be pad foundation style and one of the pads is 2m away from trunk 18in deep about 1ft by 1ft. i know the trees rpa but the land has always been used for storage with stone down. all other sides are field for cattle . And her is a link i hope to the application 11/15775/FUL | Building to store farming implements and machinery | Northwood Weston Jones Lane Weston Jones Newport Staffordshire TF10 8ED

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