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    Buying a new Sawhorse

    https://www.donedeal.ie/view/10725184 Log holder/32 COUNTY DELIVERY/Saw horse Bought this last year, fill it up with as many lengths as you can and rip through it with a 20” bar ona 395. Fill a “ton” bag in 15 minutes. Looking at buying another one this year so one can be filled while cutting the other...
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    ArbDogs? Pics!

    Newest addition to the pack, she’s my sister in laws so technically not mine but she likes me more than her already! [emoji16][emoji16]
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    The Wee Chipper Club

    Has anyone any experience of the lindana tp100? Has an optional “mover”, I’m assuming electric drive?
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    Billet cross cutter

    Surely it doesn’t need to be at such a steep angle or am I missing something?
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    Already converted trucks.. Or non converted

    Those ldv tippers have a gtw of 4000kg, waste of time with a chipper behind it.
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    He came in and collected it today, it’s gonna go on a 30” mill for the summer and he’ll hire a woodmiser for his bigger lumps. I’m not sure if he’s on here but if not I’ll keep the thread updated as he goes along.... the 288 piston and pot upgrade is looking to be very likely soon enough too!
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    Took a 281 in as a trade in against a 562 last weekend and I’ve a mate looking for a milling saw, he was using his bosses 3120 but it’s time to get his own saw. Would the 281 pull his 36” bar? It’s not long term but something to keep him going until he can afford a 3120/880 of his own.
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    Land Cruiser knowledge

    https://www.donedeal.ie/view/20895866 Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series Worth a look if it is as genuine as he says it is...
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    Land Cruiser knowledge

    If you’ve got ten grand to spend, spend 7 on the best amazon you can find at that money and put another grand into a major service after you buy it. Keep the other 2k in reserve for a shitty day... Buy the amazon, you won’t regret it!!
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    Land Cruiser knowledge

    3 litre land cruisers aren’t rated for the 3500kg towing, my 03 is 2750 and newer models go to 3000kg. Remapped mine during the summer to 190hp and it pulls like a hoor at a stag party! I do remember an Amazon being used to move a 5ton digger on the cashel bypass regularly over 3 years in the mid 00’s and the trailer gave up before the cruiser, think that man still has that cruiser on the road...
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    The Wee Chipper Club

    Put a ramp from trailer to pick up, 2 ramps but it’ll save you handballing everything back out...
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    Google has just freaked me out!

    I’d do anything for love but I wouldn’t do that!
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    Google has just freaked me out!

    Took the words right out of my mouth!
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    Google has just freaked me out!

    Hang on there a few minutes, I’ll check YouTube, that’s your main source of knowledge isn’t it?
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    Songs I Am Listening To

    http:// Just found this lad on the YouTube last week, haven’t stopped listening all week long!


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