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  • Birthday 10/04/1983

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    Tree herder
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  1. I left my flask at home today.... Pisser
  2. These fundamentalists are not Muslims they are extremists.
  3. I can wait 3 to 4 weeks on commercial work not including the week your doing the work on big jobs.
  4. Yes definitely change it at 20 hours. The first 20 hours are the most stressful
  5. Looking for somewhere secure to keep my chipper over night and weekends. It's been stolen twice from where it's kept and I can't afford for it to go missing again. If anyone can help or point me in the right direction I would be most grateful.
  6. I have a tr8 best chipper I have ever used. Redwood are very supportive too
  7. This is so strange as you can see I originally posted this in June. well my replacement was stolen again last week.
  8. Have you lot not got more important things to be doing like servicing your chainsaws
  9. 27 young lawsons all recently planted all died and have turned a blackish green colour with what looks like a fungal mouldy layering all over the scales. Any ideas?
  10. If ley lines were real ( I'm not saying they are not ) and if they killed trees, then there would be dead lines of continuity all across the country. There has to be a more logical explanation as to why a tree keeps dying. Maybe take a soil sample and check weather the gap is big enough for a new tree to emerge from. Failing that give Gandalf a ring or Tom Bombadil
  11. Does anyone Have any advice. I'm getting a transit crew cab tipper long wheel base and want to build a marine ply chip box. Could do with advice on where to fasten and position the frame to the bed. Or if anyone has any other ideas. Some pics would also be fantastic Many thanks

    <p>Hi Tom,</p>

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    <p>I haven't got your phone number.</p>

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    <p>Not sure where things are with the oak - haven't managed to sort transport and I'm presuming that not having heard from me you will have made other arrangements, but if not then I will keep looking for transport as I have a couple of leads for people who may be able to do it at short notice.</p>

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    <p>If it still applies then dimensions would be handy - the lift weight on it will be considerable!</p>

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