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  1. defender tipper

    Measuring Cord

    Hi All, Can anyone explain how cordwood stacks are measured by forestry companies? I have purchased a stack and has been sold by the M is this a solid cube? and what would you expect to get from say 20M in the way of m3 log bags/loads?..Ta
  2. defender tipper

    Cordwood Wanted Buckinhamshire

    Thanks for the lead,I will give him a call after Xmas
  3. defender tipper

    Cordwood Wanted Buckinhamshire

    We are located in the Stokenchurch area... HP14 junction 5 m40
  4. defender tipper

    Cordwood Wanted Buckinhamshire

    Hardwood Cord wanted, full or half lorry load, Arb waste considered WHY? delivered or we can collect cash waiting!
  5. defender tipper

    Round timber

    The Beech will go first, Good at 12 months good at 24 months, pretty rough at 36 months but just about sellable if your customers are not too fussy, the ash will be the same but in better shape at 3yrs old,the Oak will last longer but very hard to get it dried to 20%mc
  6. defender tipper

    church view barns

    All timber taken in hard or soft, Cash paid for good Hardwoods 07906 599461
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    Removal rules?

    Im Lost
  8. defender tipper

    Land rover led indicators

    Yes we had problems and went back to normal lights on our Defender tipper,as i remember it was somthing to do with running the non led repeaters with the new led lights and the green flasher bulb in the instrument panel ....they dont work together... i do belive you can get the parts needed from Paddocks Good luck with that one
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    7.5 tonne truck o licence?

    Yes been using Tractor and trailer,but yes reckon i will be traveling further for the next batch of cord,
  10. defender tipper

    7.5 tonne truck o licence?

    Thank you very much for taking the time to explain things,I will now go ahead and take a good look at the truck and if its worth the money i will buy it, Guess i can tax and insure it to get it home , without loading it should be legal.
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    7.5 tonne truck o licence?

    Dont Laugh...Its a RB44 with tipper body ULW 3 tonne MGW 5.3 Tonne so not a 7.5 tonne,but still carries a o licence i think,would have to say its kept at our farm,well thats where it will end up anyway.No way round it then even if im not carrying any goods?
  12. defender tipper

    7.5 tonne truck o licence?

    Thanks for that all clear now...Dont make things easy for honest working folk do they.
  13. defender tipper

    7.5 tonne truck o licence?

    Nice thanks for that..but whats the add in the local paper for?
  14. defender tipper

    7.5 tonne truck o licence?

    Hi All, Anyone know if i would need a o licence to use a 7.5T gross tipper? Use would be hauling cord from the woods,around 3 miles round trip,Agri use i.e collecting silage bales feed ect and maybe delivery firewood. If so what would i need to do to get one? The truck is not agri registered just normal road use. Thanks in advance..
  15. defender tipper

    Reynolds boughton RB44

    Nice looking truck you have there...can you just clear up the o liecence? would i need one if only using for forestry work fetching wood back to our yard ect...not delivering any goods ect.


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