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Commando

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  1. Yep the tri-blade mulcher is the way ahead[emoji106]
  2. Special when it suited the “Septics”!
  3. Sleepy Joe….what an utter 🤡.
  4. Makes a big difference to me, UAE now amber which is my only escape route out of S-Sudan without a 10 day stay in Q hotel! Happy days
  5. I think most of us that live in Devon and Cornwall like it just the way it is J, and that not just the “blow-ins, Grocks” etc. I got mates that manage to move big excavators etc around the counties just fine. Have you thought about Cuba? I’ve heard that’s a nice socially balanced place to live?[emoji1]
  6. Was there actually a crash in 2008? Or was it more a slowing down….
  7. Why will it crash? There’s still plenty people with money wanting to buy, whether it’s 1st or second homes or properties to invest in. I think your maybe falling into that trap of predicting the future to fit ur own agenda. I know plenty young lads in agriculture that have knuckled down and saved hard, laid off the booze and done the graft and have brought property. IMHO too many seem to think it’s a right to own a house….It ain’t, you gotta work for it. Also people forget the 80s when the interest rate was averaging over 10%. Massive chunk of monthly wage just in interest.
  8. 4yr old Hilux Invincible-X with sensible miles are making £25k+ [emoji15]
  9. No it wasn’t! By the British I guess you mean that all the innocent victims of paramilitary (both sides) violence have no right to complain? IMHO PIRA/UVF et-al nothing more than a bunch of terrorist/criminal cowardly scum! Suggest you go do some research chum…
  10. So she’s not a criminal Wolfie….I mean Mark!🤣 Just because you smash the parasitic marxist NUM, and take a hard line on the terrorist scum in NI doesn’t make you a criminal….. “South American countries” shining a light for freedom and democracy!! WTF 🤡
  11. So nothing criminal then[emoji849]
  12. So what did Maggie do that was criminal then?
  13. Yeah that’s why I was wondering about other options[emoji106] Since I changed to a mulching mower I reckon my fuel usage has doubled. Thinking of running through summer without it and flushing either with Aspen Blue or Fuel Fit at end of season. Also wondering if small engines benefit from being run on Premium UL. Thx Craig
  14. Is it worth running small engines, mowers etc on super UL?
  15. Thx Moose, didn’t see that one. It’s pricey but significantly cheaper than the small bottles per dose
  16. Any recommendations for fuel stabiliser. I’ve been buying B&S Fuel Fit stuff off Amazon but it’s pretty pricy, looking for larger quantities than the 250ml bottles they sell. TIA Craig
  17. Ariat Groundbreaker boots are comfy and supportive. Kept my feet dry so far too.. ARIAT Work Boots - Mens Groundbreaker Chelsea H2O Steel Toe Cap WWW.AFARLEYCOUNTRYATTIRE.CO.UK The Ariat Groundbreaker delivers generous comfort and support with multi-surface traction. Always ready to break new ground, it's ideal for construction, factory or warehouse work; farm and yard work.
  18. Echo CS-390esx too small for you? It’s a cracking little saw[emoji106]
  19. At least the chap did the right thing and handed them into…..The BBC! WTF How about you take em to the police you fool!
  20. That’s interesting David, have tried both on Makita MM4 and Husky 343r and have found the tri-blade seems to keep speed up and less jolts when I hit something large. I would have thought the geometry of the tri-blade much more forgiving in that respect. I was advised same by dealer. Thx Craig
  21. Yep cracking bit of kit and much easier on the machine than the double blade version[emoji106]
  22. Had our 56 plate 3.2 SWB tweaked last week, EGR blanked off and then remapped. Engine pulls so much better and no more blue smoke on acceleration. Cracking little truck[emoji106]
  23. Think they supported Led Zep at Knebworth in 1979?
  24. Hope it all goes well J. No truer words than “mans best friend”…unconditional love[emoji106]
  25. It’s a rotary blade brushcutter: CL 75 Grillo Spa - Agrigarden Machines WWW.GRILLOAGRIGARDEN.CO.UK Thanks to the CL 75’s maneuverability, cutting high grass and other vegetation becomes quick and efficient. Uneven ground, steep slopes and different types of obstacles do not present a

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