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briquette_seller

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About briquette_seller

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2014, 2015

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    Right here
  • Interests
    Firewood
  • Occupation
    Timber merchant

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  1. briquette_seller

    Rabaud F80 splitter

    Did you buy one Tom?
  2. briquette_seller

    Hyundai

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/P1PE-2-Stroke-Chainsaw-20-inch-P6220C/dp/B07BVBXNC3/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1541711304&sr=8-1-spons&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=hyundai+chainsaw&psc=1 That's a lot of saw for £100
  3. briquette_seller

    Box rotator wanted

    Palax do a tipper for bags, may work for ibcs?
  4. briquette_seller

    re sealing grapple rotator

    Seals only. Everything else seemed to be ok. Phone Clark's at Dumfries, they're a helpful bunch.
  5. briquette_seller

    re sealing grapple rotator

    Seal kits are quite expensive, but it's an easy enough job.
  6. Jim Wilmer and Sons were taking on guys to train
  7. briquette_seller

    Over heating

    Nope, not had time She's parked up in the corner of the shed
  8. briquette_seller

    what logs have you been chopping today!

    Looks good. How comes the log deck is on an axle? Do you go out contracting?
  9. briquette_seller

    Over heating

    New thermostat fitted, made no difference. Pressure test was fine, so taking the radiator off to get a new core
  10. briquette_seller

    Is this log dry, ready to burn?

    Larch log, Looks dry, sounds dry, but...... Moisture reading around the outside of the log is zero. Split the log in half and taken moisture reading throughout, excluding the very centre, generally at 10% moisture, highest reading was 18%, this was taken less than an inch off centre. Very centre of the log reads 28%. Thoughts/opinions?
  11. briquette_seller

    Over heating

    No not yet. I don't have the kit to do the pressure test myself, and iam waiting to hear back from a local ag engineer.
  12. briquette_seller

    Over heating

    No pitting or fretting. Head was not skimmed nor pressure tested. I'll try a pressure test on Monday
  13. briquette_seller

    Over heating

    No radweld, but could have had a mix of antifreeze. I'll clean again, but the first time was pretty clean, not gunky at all.........
  14. briquette_seller

    Over heating

    No. What will this prove?

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