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  1. timberdelf

    Free timber tip warwickshire

    Offfering free timber tip Atherstone Warwickshire pm with some notice off your jobs
  2. timberdelf

    Man and firewood processor hire available

    Can do 15 to 20 ton bags a day £250 day rate
  3. Processor and man hire Atherstone Warwickshire area 12 to 13 inch max timber
  4. timberdelf

    Standing trees for firewood

    I’m intrested any processor timber Atherstone warwickshire way
  5. timberdelf

    Timber dump arb risings water warickshire

    Yes buddy in thier struggling to find cord wood for processor and not at silly prices
  6. Wanted ash / beach most any tree your fetching down for firewood based in Atherstone warwickshire dump your timber and give you a drink too !
  7. Looking for contacts to supply processor lengths of timber in Warwickshire
  8. timberdelf

    Advice on machinery for moving timber

    Back again had a good think now thinking of going the bobcat way with appropriate grab fortimber ? Not this machine but similar
  9. timberdelf

    Advice on machinery for moving timber

    Thank you all all good ideas like those pallet grabs ! any other pictures of anyone’s set up for this thing ? Or indeed most reliable older tractors ?
  10. timberdelf

    Advice on machinery for moving timber

    That’s brill advice I’m leaning to a cheap telehandler as I can then double up I I get a bucket for it to use on my small holding to scape up crap and waste too I will only be able to afford £4 to 5 k max so it will be a old machine etc what i prob need to understand is what grab / forks I need to grab and move wood ? i think I’ve seen somone use a fork / grab that was intended for silage ?
  11. Ok forgive any lack of terminology or general lack of knowledge I am very slowly improving what little processing ability I have for firewood etc I need to start to be able to move snalll and larger lengths of timber round my paddocks to both improve production rates and do a better job of housekeeping the timber as at present any timber is moved by hand yes ! By hand lol and I’m not getting any younger ! 52 ! Lol i am In unfortunately position of low budgets to hand and also my lack of knowledge on what machinery suits this task so please try to understand the later two points count ! I was thinking along along the lines of possibly an old telehalndler with some type of grab to move timber ? But it will be an old bit of machinery as at the moment that’s the way it is money wise or is thier a simpler cheap way to achieve this ?
  12. Help required to change drive belts on hakki pilke carry 25 if anyone can assist no workshop manual to hand worst luck
  13. timberdelf

    Advice on haikki ideas ?

    That’s top idea il try it thanks simple but sounds it might do the job
  14. timberdelf

    Advice on haikki ideas ?

    Having bought a towable Hakki carry 25 with conveyer need some ideas I have a issue to solve as the conveyer folds up etc I am struggling to to push highest part of conveyer to be able to fold it double when finished for the day etc due to tension /spring on conveyer etc as u lift from tip of conveyer the whole machine will tilt hence no lifting capability to fold over conveyer! Even with all legs down its not keen on breaking to be able to fold it up !!! Spring appears to be bloody strong lol
  15. timberdelf

    Best theft insurance processors

    Anyone recommend a good Insurance company to cover theft of processor ?


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