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  1. Had to reupload original video due to quality issue.
  2. Which one 😂 The leak seems to be fixed, and the bust rear cross member held up very well!
  3. Had another decent day moving timber at Croft Race Track.
  4. I’m thinking petrol now to be honest. Initially I thought it’d be handy as I run Dewalt for all my hand tools, but realistically a basic Mitox one from Jonesie will do a better job for less than half the price. Thanks for the info and input though to those who replied! 👍🏻
  5. Actually, it gets quite pricey once you start adding it up. Might be better with a petrol one at these figures!
  6. Cool. Just looking now, 6ah battery going for about £100 on eBay.
  7. Cheers! Am I able to run it off my 18v batteries? I have 3 different ones that I chop and change between tools.
  8. Do you have a model number for it please?
  9. To be fair, I think it was operator mishap that led to this issue. I dropped a decent sized log on the back end of the machine, think that coupled with moving over my home made ditch crossings put a lot of strain on the wee machine. Thankfully it’s fettled up now, and have reinforced the area that broke. But, I fear all I have done is move the weak point elsewhere! (A quote from a fellow Bulleteer!)
  10. Had an interesting day today.
  11. Morning all, Has anyone by any chance used one of these little 18v Dewalt blowers? I run cordless Dewalt gear, so have the batteries to chop and change between the various items. I know it’s not a massive outlay for it, but it seems compact and handy for just blowing crap off the Logbullet and cleaning out the cab in the Shogun etc. I’ve got grease gun, Impact driver, drill and angle grinder and dead happy with them all. DeWALT DCV100 Compact Blowers 18v BODY ONLY WWW.POWERTOOLSUK.CO.UK DeWALT DCV100 Compact Blowers 18v BODY ONLY supplied by Power Tools UK main dealer and trade supplier...
  12. No messing about Don, top marks mate!
  13. Whether the leak has been solved remains to be seen.....
  14. Haha Khriss! Lost my marbles more like. Thankfully it all went back together OK.


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