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About Hodge

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2013, 2014

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  • Location:
    The Lake District
  • Interests
    MTB, Snowboarding,Skateboarding,Guitars and MCFC
  • Occupation
    Company owner

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  1. I know, some jobs I've been doing I will say to the lads imagine this with the 150 and we just laugh, it is a big improvement but I have a lot to thank the 150 for, so I guess it's just my choppers evolving
  2. It's excellent thanks Scott, very happy with it. You? Here are some pics of the trailer, I think it is the same as Scotts. I can get the HB20 on the back no probs. I was lucky enough to get this off eBay as I looked around for ages for one.
  3. That's the 230 on the Brian James. Next time I have the grinder on as well I will get a pic.
  4. It's a 10ft but they don't make that one anymore, they are like hens teeth. The new ones are 12ft.? If you can find one they have Timberwolf laser cut into the front crossmember.
  5. I have the Timberwolf Brian James trailer for my 230, I can track it to the front and get my HB20 tucked on the back no bother. I also chip with the 230 on the trailer as the ramp folds flat and you can let the hopper down and as the bed is pretty low it's fine.
  6. Chill out stubby. I found your post offensive obviously no one else did. You crack on posting on here, I'm off as I really can't be arsed anymore. Merry Christmas!
  7. Your having a laugh aren't you?
  8. Your missing the point, all I said was the post you made was rasicst or offensive.
  9. Now make sure you are sitting down to watch this Jon, I don't want you having a funny doo.
  10. Cut and climb are worth the money. I have not found a jacket that keeps you as dry. You pay £150 for boots or trousers so why not a jacket?
  11. I stopped advertising logs last year, I don't buy cord in anymore as its just not worth it. I use the timber I get from tree jobs and process as and when. I have a small group of customers maybe about 30 -40 that buy logs throughout the year.


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