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Quarry Wood Timber

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About Quarry Wood Timber

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  • Location:
    Boughton Monchelsea
  • Interests
    Carpentry, treework and logs
  • Occupation
    Saleman
  • City
    Maidstone

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  1. I got mine from Radmore and Tucker, did spend a bit of time looking into the importer, Powergen, they are a fairly big co with good financials and have most of the spares on their site. For the cost I throught it was worth a punt as a Leading brand option was over 4 times the cost, I don't rely on it to provide me with an income - if I did I would go for a main brand with 1st class backup.
  2. Just joined the Wee Chipper Club with the Hyundai 100mm chipper. Done a bit of Hawthorn hedge, Poplar, a Larch tree and a few evergreen shrubs with no problems so far, only thing is the narrow wheelbase makes it a little unstable, I have rolled it twice, first time on tarmac😪, made an bit of a mess of the paint but no other damage, seems well made.
  3. Came with mid table and foot pedle for short stuff.
  4. Memory tells me it was about 3k new but that was at least 5 years ago. Can't comment on how it compairs to the electric one.
  5. It is a Thor splitter 34.VS.10.PD. https://www.daviesimplementsltd.co.uk/product/forestry/log-splitters/magik-and-super-magik/ Yes split into billets and stack as picture below, cover the top with a tarp. Does mean they can be got down to 18% moisture in one spring and summer if catching the wind and sun right.
  6. They are fantastic, had it a few years now and it has never missed a beat, the speed/power that comes on the splitter is very effective at keeping the speed up but has the power when needed.
  7. Spent the afternoon splitting sycamore into billets plus a few logs from the splinters, now need to get the top covered over.
  8. 250kg at full reach and 900kg right in, is just a manual pump operation, sold by Sealey
  9. Hi Rough Hewn, the crane comes with a 300mm approx square plate on the base so I welded it to a 600mm square plate that is bolted through the side rail, front rail and goes down through the bed and picks up the main chassis rail with spaces between the bed and rail to keep it all nice and rigid. Will try and find a pic if I can.
  10. Just a bit on the heavy side, over for trailer but ok for the vehicle 😁
  11. Have you checked out the Tobroco Giant machines? It answers your bulletproofness ok! https://www.tobroco-giant.uk/products/skid-steer-loaders/giant-sk-252-d/ Main dealer in Kent 01622 845149 with dealers throughout the country.
  12. Nice Antonio Carraro reverse drive tractor there HertsWoods If you need any servicing or parts etc then Kirkland UK are the guys - not too far from you either. http://www.kirklanduk.com
  13. I used to own the 110 in the profile pic, then that got sold so i got another 110 which i loved (photos below), v sorry to see it go but now running round in a Disco 4 commercial. I've got a plug in chip that i did have on the latest one if anyone is considering then i'm open for offers, it was £395 new. It's the one on this link https://www.chipexpress.com/products/land-rover/defender/diesel-chip-tuning-boxes/3487/
  14. Swinny, it's an extendable boom - 4.8m reach from ground.
  15. Yes correct, it is a Kirkland machine.

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