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MrNick

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About MrNick

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  • Birthday 28/10/1964

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  • Location:
    North Yorkshire
  • Interests
    Cycling
  • Occupation
    Gfw spray operator

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  1. Do you think your men are snapping the chain brake on when the saws are flat out?
  2. Try manure rake manure drag in google
  3. Looks remarkably similar to a woodchuck Timberjack though half price🙂
  4. Wheel and hub are mis matched re stud spacing. maybe a stud removed to make rim fit this making the wheel run eccentricly?
  5. Where are you going to get a 390 from? The bigger saws are few and far between new.
  6. MrNick

    Stihl 090AV

    Bidding's quite steady but going higher!
  7. I just make a ring of of old pig net and sit it on the pallet, got to be careful moving them that's all. I usually put a second pallet underneath.
  8. Are you thinking of Kurtail its good stuff but you need to keep treating regrowth. the drawback is the price its ridiculous.
  9. do you find it easy to judge the weight of the limbs or are you super cautious? erring on the light side. Thanks
  10. Is that a picture of the dog and backup device ( piece of 6x2)?
  11. MrNick

    Chain oil

    There is plantoil based in Wetherby it is bio oil
  12. it's well intentioned good working method but zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Long time since i've seen lobster claw gloves.
  13. Try wildernesslighting.co.uk they have a very wide range
  14. It's back on ebay again item number 153786988703.
  15. The chain may have been too tight i have been told to run a slacker chain on a solid tip bar, also what ESS says.

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