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biggarlogs

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About biggarlogs

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2014, 2015
  • Birthday 15/04/1965

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  • Location:
    biggar,scotland
  • Interests
    wine,women and song

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  1. Blast ...too far away for mean
  2. Where are you based? Might be interested as long as you are not miles away
  3. Whin dust.Costco were selling them litre cans of them orange stuff for £6 I have plenty in stock.but for really nasty hands I just coat in soap and dip them into a bucket of whin dust ,rinse with water and then they missus let's me in door
  4. hope the lads are going to reinstate the cone on job completion ,or else you will need to suffer the loss!
  5. Prefer chip with cod wood. Can I bring get my Barrow too!
  6. The old boy who taught me that called it the 3 of clock cut.but technique is the same
  7. What about a tractor a day crane trailer, bound to be one local to you
  8. Sounds like you have sheared the flywheel key,and hence timing is out.also check for bent crankshaft...very obvious if it starts and vibrates like mad.
  9. 300 you get the chip I get the logs
  10. thats why i am thinking of the diamond disc.
  11. i was bored whilst waiting for the rain to stop this morning so went on the dreaded flea bay. i found a company in Lithuania selling diamond discs for electric chainsaw sharpeners and thought what a great idea..or is it? i currently use an Oregon pro grinder with pink abrasive disc and it does a good job at sharpening chains mullered by nails etc.but the drawback with abrasive discs is the endless need to dress the disc to reshape it and to remove the black line(if you dont the heat build up is increased and damage to the temper is inevitable) having used a diamond disc on a lidl drill bit sharpener ,there seems to be a lot less heat produced and a much cleaner grind. so this disc could have many advantages ,ie constant diameter and shape and less burning thoughts please. i will try and copy it here Seller information top-superabrasives (627 Feedback score: 627) 100% Positive Feedback Follow this seller Visit Shop: TOP-superabrasives See other items Condition:New Time left: Time left: 15d 17h (03 Apr, 2017 12:32:22 BST) Quantity: 1 5 available US $99.00 Approximately £80.02 Buy it now Add to basket 3 yr warranty from SquareTrade - £14.53 Watching Add to collection 4 watching New condition 100% positive Feedback Collect 80 Nectar points Redeem your points | Conditions Postage: US $10.00 (approx. £8.08) Standard International Shipping | See details Item location: European Union, Lithuania Posts to: Worldwide Delivery: Estimated between Mon. 27 Mar. and Mon. 3 Apr. Seller ships within 3 days after receiving cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab. Payments: PayPal Visa/MasterCard, American Express Processed by PayPal | See payment information Returns: 14 days money back, buyer pays return postage | See details Protection: Money Back Guarantee | See details - opens in a new window or tab People who viewed this item also viewedFeedback on our suggestions TOP 5 3/4" chain DIAMOND grinding wheel disc for chainsaw Oregon 3/8 .404 pitch TOP 5 3/4" chain DIAMOND grinding wheel disc for chai… £71.94
  12. biggarlogs

    Tyres

    have you tried redpath tyres down the road from you tom ,i got a set of 4 tyres for my deere for 1400 fitted,they were bkd agri ,not a flash tyre but work well and seem to last ok
  13. biggarlogs

    Tyres

    What about fitting dual wheels when on soft ground and normal wheels for road work

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