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gobbypunk

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    North Dorset
  • Interests
    No time for hobbies! I'm an old punk rocker who enjoys being creative, good music, chocolate & b
  • Occupation
    Part time estate manager & chainsaw carving/ wood milling.

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  1. Well our minds truly ended up in the gutter on that one all I wanted was opinions on grooves or not in the decking boards its a raised deck about 5ft off the ground
  2. So to any of you that do decking I have a deck to refurbish and I can mill Cedar decking boards but all the decking boards sold in like T P they all have grooves down them is this needed is it better to have them what do you all think Cheers. Mark
  3. Like I said I thought I would ask you guys first as I hate T P
  4. So none of you lot have any dry T and G or just some cheap half inch boards I can t and g myself
  5. Hi I thought I would ask you guys first I am looking for some internal t and g cladding nice and dry it doesnt have to be the best as most of it will not be seen ,I am converting and old horsebox to a living van so with cupboards etc most of it will not be seen it will hold the insulation in ,I just dont have time to cut and dry it myself ,can any of you help . Many Thanks. Mark
  6. Where in the country are you if you are near North Dorset I would be happy to come and help I have an 880 with a 4 ft hardnosed bar and a slightly shorter Sugi sprocket nosed bar both running 404
  7. So are we going to do this every month
  8. Honestly I felt such a Nobhead Ali my girlfriend just gave me one of those looks and said that’s just so you and yeah I have put oil in the petrol side in a saw done that a few times over the yrs
  9. Honestly I felt such a Nobhead Ali my girlfriend just gave me one of those looks and said that’s just so you
  10. But of course 2 stroke it just helps if you actually put some fuel in it
  11. So I think I defo get the Prize Plonker award I spent ages yesterday trying to start my 880 ,its just back from having the carb cleaned and I am cursing and getting real narked off then I had a light bulb moment Petrol is a must for Chainsaws to start 😂😂😂
  12. Hi mate a good effort but most of us carvers tend to stay away from paint and just Oil them and I would say £2/300
  13. gobbypunk

    Old saws

    So yeah I am guilty of not explaining myself very well so to clarify I am sick of looking at the saws that don’t run and yeah I would like a to get a few quid for them as I am trying to sell a load of stuff that’s just in the way I want £200 to buy my girlfriend a saw for chainsaw carving I did not say I want £200 for some knackered old saws

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