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  1. I have a working cocker bitch, great work dog, happy to ride in the van, great ball drive, will retrieve anything. shes just had a litter of pups during lockdown, we sold them for £750. Although this is to friends
  2. Did notice one thing has a small but constant air leak, takes a while to build air air is leaking form here
  3. Had the mog out at work today, few little issues with the hiab but soon figured them out, lifting some nice sized bit off overthe fence
  4. Yea you have to plan your work, and understand the machine capabilities, it’s no where near a larger set up but you can tow it to site
  5. Il try and dig it out I’m not to sure
  6. I would like to officially join the club, picked it up today, needs a few thing sorting, going through it with a fitter tomorrow and making a list, hopefully womt be to long a list cheers
  7. I run a tmk 200 on a yanmar 2.7t machine, I think it’s great, it will only cut up to 200mm but it has loads of power, ideal for hedge row stuff, definite labour saver
  8. Have you tried Col at chipper hire southwest
  9. Harris tree care is looking for further staff to help supports its commercial tree works and highways works NPTC units preferred although full training can be arranged for the right person All staff must pass a safety critical medical including a drug and alcohol screen Full time work, 28 days holiday, pension Great work atmosphere Yard is based around j26 M5 Wellington somerset
  10. What of flails are you guys running, I have shackle type atm but am thinking of moving over to hf2 its for heavy bramble etc
  11. Hi folks Yanmar BV25 2004 The ignition warning buzzer has started to stay on, so turn the key to the left pre warm buzzer goes off, turn right engine starts, but now the buzzer is staying on, no other warning lights, it only started today after we washed the machine, no problems before hand Any ideas gent Thanks in advance
  12. Was it stolen form your yard or off site
  13. What type of water and type of work, ie fast flowing, shallow silt. Is it chainsaw work or in channel cutting ie hedge cutter we do a bit so I might have somthing
  14. I have a st8 very capable machine, we hand feed and machine feed the chipper, if you have a bigger chipper can you hand feed it to capacity, at the moment if we are hand feeding it it can chip what ever we can carry to it, Normally we can’t carry it before the chipper won’t chip it just my thoughts
  15. It’s a good revenue earner for them, some of the fines they are dishing out now are massive.
  16. Hi folks Has anyone raptor painted there chipper any photos ? cheers
  17. Give col a ring at southwest chipper hire he has some safe tracks and standard tracked chipper
  18. Here is my first arb digger, it’s not the newest machine but beats handballing any day
  19. I got a lwb movano, very good van , 5 seats and sleeps four, we looked at T5s but they were to small you defo want a high roof van
  20. steve30


    Hi folks I’m removing 6 large Lombardy pops near Bristol next week, I’m looking for someone/ somewhere to take the timber will be the large butts as client is keeping everything up to 24inches
  21. I have one with a mewp mounted in it, fantastic truck, simple engineering, goes everywhere I want it to, if I had more local one I’d get another as a chip truck
  22. Glendale are looking for staff that’s non utility work, if your looking for work start ringing local companies, it’s the best way to find work
  23. steve30

    7.5 ton iveco

    How much u looking for
  24. I made some up for my tree motion harness, I use them all the time, have whistle and knife on one shoulder and first aid kit on other


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