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About Stubby

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Birthday 20/01/1953

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    South Downs National Park .
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  1. Willow he says . I know there is a Pop hawk moth . Is there a willow one ?
  2. Stubby

    Ash dieback

    If its been affected for some time the hinge can become compremised , also be careful banging in wedges . Dead limbs can fall from the impact .
  3. Its getting it on your rope that is the tin lid . We went to job where they said they would clear it . They did not . I walked round and marked each and every Richard with some raspberry canes I found in his garden . It looked like a forest .
  4. Rowen cant get " ash Die back " ( Chalara fraxinia ) because they are not Ash ( Fraxinus ) They are sorbus . That does not mean they can't get something similar . However , I'm going with Kev on this one .
  5. I remember something about chassis bending/snapping on earlier models .
  6. Anyone had one catch fire ?
  7. There has been " shed loads " on here about them . If you put in a search you may find some opinions .
  8. Fuel solenoid failed ?


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