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  1. Rwhiteheadfirewood

    For sale fuelwood splitta 360

    THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    2012 fuelwood splitta 360 hasnt had a massive amount of work 3 phase power pack 3 phase pto generator 3 phase elevator included has long bagging Shute and manual bagga with it. Selling due to change in business plan so no longer used can be seen working £8250 Ono no vat

    £8,250.00

    , Herefordshire - GB

  2. Rwhiteheadfirewood

    Fuelwood 360 on eBay

    Thanks for reply’s. Probably 50 ish hp? I’ve run on 62 no problem at all. I’m changing my business structure so no longer needed. Rob
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    Fuelwood 360 on eBay

    Hi there hope I’m aloud to put this up just to say I’m selling a little used fuelwood splitta 360 , 2012 machine comes with 3 phase hydraulic power pack , 3 phase elevator for filling boxes or bags , 3 phase pto generator long bagging Shute and manual bagga £8250 Ono no vat
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    nice set-up

    It looks to me like an old laverda combine harvester.
  5. Rwhiteheadfirewood

    What sawbench???

    Wow 1953 , I wasn’t born til 1990. Ive just changed the way I do my logs so I need to ring everything now. Balfor do a 13 inch cut one which they reckon is the biggest on the market.
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    What sawbench???

    As title suggests what sawbench does everyone use ? I currently use the modern major sawbench but only capable of cutting up to 11 inch. Anyone use the Balfor sawbench that does up to 12 inch?
  7. Rwhiteheadfirewood

    Splitta 360’s For sale

    Well done. Mines set to 8 inch which il probably stick with. I bought a small conveyor from a farm sale yesterday ready to split logs straight into ibcs. When you hoping to have it up and running?
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    Tajfun rca320 processor

    Up for sale due to changing to a fuelwood splitta. 2004 machine. Good working order after £4500 for it. Rob
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    Splitta 360’s For sale

    Hiya. Yes after a slight wiring issue when we changed the 3 phase plug we were set up Saturday afternoon and ran 2 ibcs of rings through it. Takes some keeping up with. But overall very impressed but only had an hour playing with it so far.
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    Stolen chipper spotted on ebay..

    Looking at the shape of the Shute extension looks a different shape ??
  11. Rwhiteheadfirewood

    Splitta 360’s For sale

    Funnily enough jcarbor I bought A380s phase splitta 360 yesterday too.
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    DIY firewood bagger

    Ahh brilliant,sorry I wasn’t trying to be rude just I know how those net bags they only need the smallest thing to snag on. Rob
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    DIY firewood bagger

    Looks good but if you’re planning to use net bags on it you may find because of the chequer plate the bags catch as you put them on and off the bagger. Rob
  14. Rwhiteheadfirewood

    Front loader log grab / brash grab

    Hi there swinny, looks smart , have you tried it on moving cordwood out of a stack etc ?? Rob.
  15. Rwhiteheadfirewood

    Thinking of investing in ibcs

    I use the all metal bases , the part metal/plastic blocks ones or the all plastic bases seem quite durable. I’m using about 90 in circulation at the moment and 60 are full of processed logs which I just rotate out on my forks into the trailer or tip out to bag up from. I’ve only completely knackered one by dropping it off the forks. So are they seem a fantastic investment I’ve got them outside 2 high with the tanks cut in half as lids and the wind is doing a fantastic job of drying the wood out at the moment. Rob

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