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Roby

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About Roby

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  • Birthday 23/05/1985

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  • Location:
    Somerset
  • Interests
    Fine & green woodworking, gardening, cycling, taking photos of streetartz, tool restoration, hiking.
  • Occupation
    Self-employed forestry worker, chainsaw cutter, and groundsman.
  • Post code
    TA66EU
  • City
    Bridgwater

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  1. Roby

    looking for work

    Hello SOUTH WEST, I'm available for work immediately. I've got CS 30, 31, 32, First Aid+F, climbing and rescue (haven't climbed much). All are up to date. I work mainly in forestry but have experience as a groundy as well. I have my own kit. Rob 07459327004
  2. Hi, I'd like to earn some extra money. I could do weekends if anyone gets busy around Somerset, Devon, Bristol, Bath area. I have my tickets up to medium trees, F+, climbing, rescue. I do forestry, haven't climbed much. I have experience as a groundy as well. I've got my gear, transport. Rob 07459327004
  3. There are Peltor Litecom earmuffs we use to communicate with each other. Sturdy, looks last long. Can fit onto Husky helmets. One thing, it is exxxxpensive.
  4. Yepp. I've got 3/8 chain with .058 pitch. Husky H42=Oregon 73. I meant if the equivalent chains are interchangeable as far as 1 drive link?
  5. I'm wondering if the two chains are 'compatible' or I don't need to file off the oregon cutter much further than where the Husky cutters are. I'm not sure if the cutters' hight of the two makes are the same. Anyone has already mixed different makes of chains together??? Don't want it end up in my bloody face. Probabely wouldn't anyway, just saying.
  6. Hi mighty mates, I'm over my first chain snap. I'm about to buy some drive links and tie straps. Could you tell if I run Husky chain, I may use oregon chain parts to mand it? My preferred supplier doesn't do Husky bits and I can't really chase up Husky drive links. What do you think? Rob United Kingdom Cheeeeeers
  7. I was looking kayak repair videos, best!
  8. Thanks guys, I was looking for hours how to... It seems that there is no glue really for this kind of plastic. I'll empty the can and try to use a hot screwdriver to melt the crack a bit than melt some of the same High density P. E. plastic. It is a horizontal crack on the oil part under the thread. Will bloody work! Criss cross fingers! Cheers
  9. Didn't come through, I think:)
  10. Hiya, I'm looking for a glue that works on my Husky fuel can. I presume it made of plastic polyethylene like petrol cans in general. Reviews are contradicting each other how effective they are. I bought Gorilla Weld and there is a note in the very corner that it is not recommended for polyethylene. Bulls* Help, please! Cheers!
  11. Just like my Skoda, I need to get VWagen parts to fix it
  12. Hello folks, Can't believe that there are no spares for Stihl logging tape measure in The UK. Suppliers couldn't help. Only source online is from the USA. What are you doing when need to replace screws, nylon guide post? Cheers!
  13. Great, pal! I'll get in touch with them soon.
  14. Thanks buddy! No doubt that something serious is going on over the bridge [emoji4]
  15. Hi, I'm planning to move to Wales in a month or two, preferably to Newport, Gwent. I'm willing to relocate. I've got recent tickets up to medium tree felling, 1th Aid + F. Also have climbing and areal rescue ticket but haven't climbed much so far. I'm self employed though I would consider going into employment. If you would be able to keep me busy please give me a ring. All the best and a Happy New Year to you! Cheers, Rob 07459327004 robert.manfelltrees@gmail.com

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