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  1. https://www.briggsandstratton.com/eu/en_gb/support/faqs/browse/lawn-mower-oil-change.html try this
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    quick answer is no do not touch without permission from local council
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    My spikes came with long one fitted to them and short loose in the bag so i just used what was fitted at first and just stuck with them as I some how lost the short ones (stupid me ) and keep forgetting to order shorter ones. Long oneswork out just fine but do get stuck a bit if you stand on them for too long in one place
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    The Wee Chipper Club

    this looked interesting not sure it would last too long
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    The Wee Chipper Club

    don't see why not
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    The Wee Chipper Club

    this works really well but because of the hard wheels in winter you need to set up on hard standing so less likely to get as close to the tree as you would like
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    Tree ID please

    beat me to it!
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    Tree ID please

    looks like a shrub to me and on looking it up it looks simular to a Garrya?
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    Facebook video. Graphic accident

    wouldn't want to !
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    Facebook video. Graphic accident

    ok you get paid for what you do that does not make you competent your own comments would prevent you working on any site I worked on risk assessment says is the person/persons qualified and competent to do the job being qualified means you can be on site it does not mean you can carry out the task in hand
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    Facebook video. Graphic accident

    there's no gob just a back cut (that i can see) my take was what was he thinking!
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    oak for next winter

    if you can force season them the size won't matter as long as you split them . i have done this in the past by splitting and stacking them in a green house for the summer
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    The Wee Chipper Club

    I have the titan beaver but with the old style spout and have been in the market for the swivel spout I inquired about it 8 months ago but they didn't have any to buy at the time as they only had the ones on the new machine last month they phoned me back and said they were available for £90 which is a bit of a bargin but I have no spare cash at the moment as I have to replace my Van if you guys get one i would love to know how it performs compared with the old style
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    Found at the base of a protected oak id and any info would be apreciated
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    I also have tree hog spikes i lost the short spike (like the idiot I am. I keep meaning to order a short pair ) and only have the long spikes and they work well on any type of tree only issue you can have with the longer spike is that they can get stuck in a bit tight at times and you have to work them out which for me is ok as a prefer the spike to be in further in as I like the sense of security of having the spike deeper


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