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  1. to be honest was thinking more of the mobile mill type where its a frame and chainsaw with some type of winch set up?
  2. Just wondered what an entry level milling set up would be capable of width and length wise?
  3. Looking for 2 narrow boards with not to aggressive wayney edges for benches. Then a large picnic table wayney edge again 3ft wide 12ft - 14ft long. not sure on type of wood to use it needs to be hard wearing as its a public space and kids could be pretty tough on it all. Im based near sheffield but willing to travel
  4. What strimmer does everyone use bull handles or not? Currently have an fs460 clearing saw and my fs45 died end of last year.
  5. Hello, Just wondered if these are allowed as i can still see current chippers on there website with them. Been looking at a couple second hand but wondered if my insurance wouldnt cover the stop bar not being on the bottom of the chute.
  6. Hello, Just Wondered if anyone had gone paper less with the risk assesements van and tool check list's
  7. To be honest I'm not looking to get rich but it's nice to have a mix of work. Residential is nice for cash flow but dealing with Joe public isn't great and I know commercial payment terms suck
  8. To be honest thinking more highways and commercial grounds supermarkets shopping centres trees hedges strimming grass managment don't mind nice to have a mix of commercial and residential
  9. Hi, Just wondering if people could give me names of other companies like ground control who you can sub a small team to for the likes of vegetation managment grounds maintenance site clearance kind of work. Thanks Mitch
  10. Hello, Just wondered how it all works as ive never had finance while self employed i have the deposit ready just wondered what they will want from me im self employed and rent a house, i have an arb chipper and ranger as assets thats it just wondered how easy it was to get. Any advice would be great thanks Thanks Mitch
  11. Just wondered if anyone had any diagrams or videos looking to use a 4 to 1 system where you have a prussik that tends the slack as you pull it tensions up
  12. only asking as wanting to do a bundle based on how much you would need to burn a cube of wood on average? like 40 litre sack enough?
  13. just a rough guesstimate on how much kindling would be needed to burn a cube of seasoned wood?
  14. see my issue is our cabstar is single axle thats why im struggling with load rating
  15. Who run mud or all terrain tyres on a tipper with weight in back Been told they will pop as most aren't commercially rated?
  16. Hi, looking for the above small amounts of cordwood and arbwaste will be collecting with a large trailer and tipper based in sheffield willing to travel dependant on quantity and species. thanks mitch
  17. i know this is an old post. But lets be honest here they aint going for mogs because of the off road ability or any of that stuff there meant for its because none of them can be arsed to do stuff legally operators license c1 or c test everyones flaunting it letting any lad in yard jump in a mog someones gonna get hurt eventually.
  18. Hi, Does anyone know if you can still do one and then get a discount on the other?. Also any advice on what they are going to want to see and ask for risk assessments and method statments? Thanks mitch
  19. surely be faster than an electric one hydraulic is usually faster
  20. Hello, Just trying to find out if it would be hard to mount a hydraulic winch on a chipper versus a 12v type Thanks Mitchel
  21. Where is the no stress solenoid valve? How would I test the magnetism? It defineatly goes green on full revs
  22. So the engineer has ordered a new stress control unit not really told us how he's come to it being that like I thought there might be solenoids or sensors that might be worth checking first?
  23. Hi, Wondered if anyone has experience with this type of machine having a few teething issues. The rollers are stopping on very little resistance or jamming and even though the green light is on the stress doesnt feel like its kicking in managed to nearly stall it twice. Thanks mitch
  24. Do you know if it would take a front loader and move log bags round?


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