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  1. You’ll probably want QTRA with a scoring system to allow the tree stock owner to prioritise works also. A PTI level consultant would be highly advised.
  2. I got a load of the treehog long sleeve and short sleeves. Really nice and breathable but the neck zips are naff and I look like the kind of tree surgeon that demands 3k for a lop and top from old age pensioners...but I’ve bought the shirts now and will wear them till they die. They’re also very figure hugging for all those curves you really don’t want to show when you’re an 18 stone dude.
  3. Send me a PM with your details buddy. I’ll have a new position opening soon and also our contractor has a couple of positions also.
  4. Our demo turned up today. Looking forward to the next couple of weeks using it.
  5. Can I wear a long sleeve and not take questions on why I can’t bend my arm?
  6. 3 bits of Oak and a small Cherry. I was going to build my kitchen out of it but I’m thinking about selling my house now so I won’t be needing it. I was going to get it milled and use my mates big planer/feeder. It’s sat now for about 4 months. Id rather it go to someone who’ll use it instead of me slicing it up. My yard is in Watton, Norfolk. Anyone interested in them? Jonny.
  7. JonnyRFT

    The Milky Way

    That’s so good.
  8. As soon as it’s off you’ll be fine. You should get a safety sheet from UKPN when you arrive on site and just be mindful when cutting and positioning.
  9. Mick, is there much difference between your Multione and an Avant?
  10. Might want to lend him a rake too!
  11. You need some fluffy slipper tracks for indoors


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