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  1. There's a video about this.....
  2. Dead chestnut removal last week
  3. Hard question to answer, but a set of teeth, how often would you need to change these? I know this depends on many factors but just a rough idea. I only ever hire stump grinders so never have to deal with maintenance, but I'm considering getting one of these. Seems a no brainer as I'm hiring mini grinders at £80 every few weeks. Also, will it tackle larger stumps if the user has the willpower?
  4. A bit long winded for the content but it's really just for my consumption, and my three subscribers (probably the guys who work with me!)
  5. Noticed lots of Blackthorn in flower yesterday - County Armagh/Down
  6. Photo was taken in December. Doubt its expanding foam as the other locations are much further up and not on cavities.
  7. On a beech tree in three places.
  8. So, if you own one of the saws that are 'banned', what's the deal with using it?
  9. Quick video from Wednesday. Fir (not sure) removal and a few stems. Customer scares me. He's up cutting on a ladder and bow saw. He had removed the tops of the stems.
  10. I wouldn't be experienced enough to say but hopefully an unfortunate incident. It wasn't doing anything unusual. Just cutting through tension with a pushing chain. Couple of chatters then it cracked. 2 months old, used probably 1-2 full days per week. Until this, we've been wildly impressed with the saw.

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