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  1. About £20 more than north Scotland.
  2. Thanks, I've passed on your details
  3. If you could pm me your details I’ll pass then on. Thanks
  4. Are you local to the postcode? Thanks
  5. Looking for firewood supplier for a friend. DN20 area Thanks
  6. 20 mins to fill an IBC (1.2m3) with that set up.
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    Radio earmuffs

    Get a pair of noise cancelling bluetooth headphones and connect to your phone for internet radio, podcasts or music. Or for noisier jobs pelter 3's and the same but in ear ones.
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    From taking stacked creates of 25cm logs and converting them to loose filled 1m3 cages you get 1.4m3 loose from a stacked 1m3 of logs.
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    Tajfun Bar

    Hello, What bar fits a Tajfun 400 processor? 17" 3/8 husky? thanks
  10. What width is your poly tunnel? Thanks
  11. Yep that’s exactly what I’m after.
  12. https://www.kellfri.co.uk/forest-firewood/crane-arm-with-grapple-and-rotator-with-a-trima-adapted-attachment
  13. It would give me more options having the rotator, better grading of the stack prior to processing. The Uniforest one looks just as well built as the Albutt one. I've had a look at the kellfri although it looks lighter duty but I'll see.
  14. Thanks for the reply's but I'll be buying new. They are not a muck grape with clamping fingers. If you look at the link it's a grapple and rotator. thanks
  15. I'm looking for a log grab for our manitou. The Albutt LG700 looks good but it's £5k. The Uniforest UF1300F is £2.5k and looks similar build. https://www.riko-uk.com/product/timber-grabs-loader-grabs/uf1300f-scorpion Anyone got any experience of either? Thanks


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