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  1. Ahh right. To be honest I been quoted about 3 plus vat for one of the intermecato ones on mine, just priced omef and they're 3400 plus vat.
  2. Thanks John, that's one of the ones I've been quoted on the intermecato, Are they any good?? Rob
  3. Thanks roseyweb, is yours the" agri big inch " just been looking on their website, did you buy from them directly or a dealer?? Rob
  4. Fairplay they had balls trying to tow that with a jimny
  5. That was the price I was quoted yesterday by them, they are only 15 mins away from me. Yea I know what you mean. As I say got one job that would be handy on. I already got 6 Buckets, a flail head and grab and rotator.
  6. Thanks for all replies. I priced up one lije yours yesterday Kevin and its about 6500 plus vat ish 🤔 Do you all get a fair bit of work with them?? I don't know if I can buy one without having some work lined up for it??
  7. The only thing I noticed with that machine is you have no control of the tree / branch once it's cut, or do you?? Rob
  8. Ahh good to know Steve. Thanks how much was that particular shear please? Rob
  9. Hi there anyone running as above, I'm looking at buying one possibly but if someone had one available to hire I'd be interested? Is it worthwhile tool on a 2.7 /2.5 ton machine? Im based between Hereford and Gloucester
  10. I've got the makita normal battery one, not brushless but it's awesome and cuts for hours. Plus nice and quiet and no fumes.
  11. I can probably help Mike I'm near Ledbury if that's any good. Give me a ring on 07411256983 to discuss. Rob
  12. Ahh right sounds good. Looks nice and fast, I suppose be good to have one like that as you can split into billets that way too.
  13. Hi rowan. There is one like that on ebay at the moment for 1800. Your table supplied with splitter or home made?? 35 running that on tickover??
  14. After a pto driven log splitter to run on compact tractor, probably one with mid height bench / big table. Just changing from 3 year old hydraulic powered one I've been running off power pack. Appreciate your views

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