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Will Heal

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About Will Heal

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2014, 2015
  • Birthday 01/03/81

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    wiltshire
  1. Clients that make you go hmmmmm.

    Monday, we had a bonfire in the garden and then next door neighbour brought in her son and mother and cooked us marsh mellows on the embers
  2. please help with rfs entry questions

    Nothing about how to chop down a tree, which lets face it is why we all want to do this job!
  3. App not updating / not available

    Rubbish! Just tried it, doesn't work . do I need to delete it and install it again?
  4. log storage

    Looks good! I will be storing mine in a poly tunnel if I ever find time to move the pile of rotten sleepers level the ground and put one up! if not they will be stored on pallets under corrugated tin.
  5. 6 inch, sub750kg chippers - Which?

    Consider a timber wolf 125 or is it a 160 now? i have an old 6inch petrol entec, and although it's nowhere near the performance of a 230, the big Benifit is that you can push it into places that you cannot drive your truck- it has saved me many a long drag. I would like to try a new 160 just to see
  6. the 'todays job' thread

    Now if I can work out how to add pictures to this here is a before and after of an oak tree we dismantled last week
  7. Euc

    Pigeons don't annoy me.........
  8. Echo parts.

    After waiting over two months since ordering a nut for my 501sx I shan't be buying another echo Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  9. Echo cs501sx.......what a little cracker

    Well an update on my 501 which I have had for about a year now. About 8 weeks ago I had to remove the clutch bell to mend the brake band which had popped out of place. The clutch bell is held on by a nut and washer instead of a circlip like still and husky. Put it all back together and obviously didn't tighten the nut enough as when I next used it it fell to bits- my fault completely. I thought no bother I'll order a new nut and washer from local dealer. Dealer said 1 week to get it. Not there after 1 week or two or three, or four I ring the dealer every week he's not too bothered tho. After 6 weeks I ring echo uk who say the nut is in stock and blame the dealer. They suggest a local dealer who say yes can get you one tomorrow. I week later I get a phone call saying it is not in stock and won't be there till the 8 th of august! I WILL NOT BE BUYING ANOTHER ECHO MACHINE AGAIN!! Should have bought a dollar ( sorry shavey!) Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  10. the 'todays job' thread

    If you cut them all at once, do you think BT would just charge you one call out fee? May be worth doing! Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  11. Post your stump grinding photos

    It wasn't my machine, it was the company that I used to work for and luckily I didn't have to pay for it. It was a predator 50 Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  12. Post your stump grinding photos

    Good job you only damaged a few teeth I bent the wheel when I hit an old iron fence in a stump widened the pocket where the tooth sits out so much the wheel had to be replaced! Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  13. Pricing emergency work

    Ah I knew I should have took your advice mate. Don't worry next time i will! Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  14. Pricing emergency work

    Well I put the bill in at £250 and got an email back saying thank you very much very reasonable. Bugger far too cheap Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  15. Chainsaws.

    Mostly I use my 200t. Good for climbing, snedding, felling, cutting fire wood, next to the chipper saw, but sshhh, don't tell anyone Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk

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