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  1. What make of trailer do you have if it weighs 560 Kg and can carry 2660 Kg ?
  2. Amazing, would it also work removing epicormics on thinned oak? Looks heavy work
  3. In forestry I use 15 to 20l per week, "average arborist using 70 litres a year this would mean an increase of only £1.56 per week" Using silky saws?
  4. But use your own intelligence, experience to know what you can do with a product you've purchased. Do you need a warning your hot drink maybe hot
  5. Do not forget top handled saws uses in fencing etc, cutting off top of fencing posts deer fence height much safer using top handled saw on ground as opposed to ground saws Once you buy a product and it's yours how you us it it up to you
  6. Seriously? £150 Climber, own kit and PTS, Saturday Night Shift? How long shift?
  7. Run Run Rudolf Lemmy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsqC6HRS8Lc
  8. Thahks, speak my mind, the truth, problem? Enjoy arbtalk, why do i have to comment?
  9. Similar problem years ago, lie under back axle and look up might see a loose wire caught on brash and pulled off.


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