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Martin Tree Care

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  1. Double check i think thepanther stihl equivalent fits the makita. Only reason being i ordered one last week for my 254duc and cross referred the part no. on the bar
  2. Hi all. Just a quick heads up. Ive just called Trust too add on another machine to my tools insurance. My Liability insurances are via Arbrisk and I split the policies. Trust's underwriters wont, going forward allow this as apparently those who have their liability insurances with them, and their tools are massively less likely to be robbed!! Go figure !! Theives obviously check who we are insured with. Martin
  3. I left my tools cover with Trust at renewal which was just as this crisis took hold. I didnt want to hang around trying to get quotes and its new for old.. Pl and el with Arborisk, were far cheaper than trust and cant see what they dont offer in comparison to Trust on this type of policy.
  4. I was with Trust and had been over 10yrs, they wanted a fair bit more for only a modest increase in turnover with no issues having arisen.. renewed with Arborisk as they halved Trusts quote. Not sure what their ultimate get out clause is, every insurer has one.. My premium was PL and EL and with no engineering plant cover which i left with Trust for this year. In Trust's defence, I had a theft claim and it was handed swiftly.
  5. I am struggling to decide on best course of action. I dont want to be seen as irresponsible out and about but dont want to miss the last chance to cram in some work before lock down if it is imposed!!!
  6. Ive only found the filter blocks with debris occasionaly not oil residue. I use bio oil from plantoil and its pretty good. Most 2511s ive had oil really well
  7. I think the valtra doing 80 odd mph was the driver who deserves the credit for balls of steel cant imagine how that must have driven!!
  8. Had this weird impatience thing with folks loads recently. Even Mrs Miggins seems to need everything now these days. Teachers, 4th week of school hols are the worse for expecting the tomorrow treatment!!
  9. Thanks i will have a gander at these. Its 1 more tool in the box.
  10. Briggs parts arent much better in the uk if you want more than a service kit.
  11. Anyone who takes for granted being in a quiet area with a low crime rate ie me.. needs to be extra vigilant. Dont take for granted the proximity of your kit to your house these scumbags will nick it out your bed and you wont know. Cctv great for establishing a time line but as police told me no one enters a property with face on show or legit plates on vehicles. Strong lighting and very loud alarms were recommended. Sadly i think.on the interceptors programmes i have only seen 1 where they found anything with a tracker.
  12. Maybe xpg models should have a theft mode that can be activated to burn fingers if stolen!!!
  13. The more i look at what has been lifted the more it looks like a very smart arb specific thief. Certainly in this current wave of thefts anyway. They have picked through certain brands, left others, but then nicked an alaskan mill. Its a group who understand our job/tools who also seem to be proficient theives. Anyone who is reading this maybe check your buildings in the wee hours, rig up wildlife cams as 1 of us may get lucky and intercept before they do more damage. Keep an eye our for oddly parked estate cars and people carriers. They took my grinder quite a distance to avoid a number of bedroom windows and a long gravel drive. Anyone whos found a gate open on there property be suspicious as they may have been scoping.
  14. Thats a hard read Matty as all we are doing is trying to earn. Just goes to illustrate if they want it they will get it. Same my building is only 20m from my house. Totally agree if these types were punished properly, caught in the 1st place or immunity given to the property owner to treat them as seen fit, then would they be as keen to go and rob folk. I spoke to a chap who had left arb and moved into sales purely due to the nicking. Shouldnt be the case.

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