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About bigtreedon

  • Birthday 17/06/1980

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  1. Little pop to reduce this morning in the very heavy rain VID-20240709-WA0021.mp4
  2. Two timber wagon loads full in the end mate
  3. Three day projects start to finish no tree has ever take me 3 days no crane access land locked garden chipper and vermeer had to be lifted in chipped over wall into a trailer 20240415_083544.mp4 VID-20240417-WA0014.mp4 VID-20240417-WA0026.mp4 VID-20240417-WA0006.mp4 VID-20240417-WA0017.mp4 VID-20240417-WA0030.mp4
  4. Is it really worth worrying about
  5. Recent project I was contracted in on VID-20240326-WA0000.mp4
  6. They have a couple of things that need changing like the belts to a power band that changed the chipper I love mine 92 hp I think people are obsessed with light weight and fuel efficiency these days not me we can feed it with a digger all day no problem hardly here any auto stress bags of power 👍🏻
  7. Love the dog mate I had to English bulls terriers first saw 1 in Oliver twist when I was a kid and always wanted 1😍
  8. I could nearly see your house
  9. Got to ring that down in the morning not much fun with a 661 I get the general comment of 881 been most of the time unnecessary but I do havd the need for mine a few tines a month 42 inch bar in solid beech would be a bit painful on a 661 🤣
  10. Buy it you won't regret it it's a total moral boost getting the rake out on the machine 💪
  11. not the best photo but if u zoom in you will probably get a idea


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