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Blake@waveney

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About Blake@waveney

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  • Location:
    Norfolk
  • Occupation
    Compact loader operator/arborist fishery owner
  • City
    Harleston

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  1. Quality bit of kit for price of 6 months wages of 1 good person it’s a no brainer.
  2. Have a look at the cast quad loaders from spectrum plant.
  3. Looked at vw but ended up with a ford custom 170 bhp auto ltd and it’s probably the best car/vehicle I ever had.
  4. You won’t go wrong dealing with shavey and makita/dollar saws are very good. If it’s occasionally used I would consider using aspen fuel. I have saws that don’t get used for over a year but always start on first pull.
  5. The Cast loaders should be worth looking at also.
  6. Looking for peoples opinions on Ride on brush cutters. So far have had efco 92 4wd, Grillo 9.22 and later today the AS motor 940. Also Other suggestions it’s to tackle long grass on marsh land, bramble and some reedy areas.
  7. This will be a pick up when finished I think. Would love a soft top but using all existing parts and trying to get It close showroom std.
  8. Project series is coming along nicely.
  9. For sale Multione 125 flail hardly used £2000 plus vat multione finger bar hedge cutter £1500 plus vat for sale.
  10. Get a demo you ll be surprised how stable they are.
  11. If you can’t spend 10k on the m500 then do look at the smaller jo beaus. You will save alot but you ll have to man handle them. For a lot less the peruzzo tracked machine from @equip4ind is a winner. Great product and service from Dan.

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