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  1. We at Green Plant will give out our information for free for the benefit of the Timberwolf owner. Incorrect details at this stage could be an expensive error. We are given service bulletins for these areas of repair by Timberwolf about spotting potential causes to the relevant issue that we will pass on , like roller box damage, aligning the bearing properly , adequate amount of grease required , the locking nut to be torqued and loctited .etc. Too long a description just to put in words as every machine could be different. I get many a call to say that bearings were only done 3 months ago and they have gone again, knowing what to look out for is the key. Its free advice from Timberwolf qualified technicians .
  2. hi Swinny , We have Timberwolf qualified technicians that are willing to discuss your problem with you if you like. Where are you in the country ? Call me, Gareth of Green Plant 01483 235111
  3. Thanks experts. I can't see the problem with letting them sprout again. There are other bushes and small trees about so future maintenance is always going to be required. Or why not grind them ? there is a tracked chipper there so no problem with access. Now the Wirral line users get to see the Lever factory buildings rather than greenery.
  4. Hi expert people, can you explain what this process is please ? Railway work on the Wirral.
  5. the 2 bushes should fit snug on the shaft , check for any wear ridges or else the bushes will wear out quicker. Gareth of Green Plant 01483 235111
  6. hi Duncan, yes as mentioned, the belts would be the first to check, and then blunt blades and anvils maybe. the no-stress works on the engine revs so unless this has been compromised it shouldn't have altered. On the 125 the no-stress will either work or not , so the cause will be another factor. Gareth of Green Plant 01483 235111 .
  7. I can't believe someone didn't reply once they knew your location. what budget do you have ?
  8. Hi Stephen, yes the relays would be the first area to try. If not them then look at the button switches ,DCV,no stress and general wiring. The relays are used on cars the most popular number would be a lucas 457. Gareth of Green Plant . call 01483 235111 if you would like to talk to a Timberwolf qualified technician .
  9. Hi Will. great machine , single feed roller type. Its Gareth here (I used to be at Spectrum ,I am now at Green Plant) I will need to know what you have purchased ? A whole new roller kit or just body and spline ? Does the spline drive fit through the hole in the roller casing and do you have the plastic outer ring ? call me on 01483 235111 and I will help .
  10. Hi Stephen, are you still needing some help ? We have some Timberwolf qualified technicians who are willing to talk to you if you would like ? Gareth of Green Plant 01483 235111. My guess is that you have a EPS1000 system , they are not the best to be honest with you.
  11. Hi , Mark. We have stock due in this week of a security hitch lock for the 160. We have had a few requests for them recently and so we found something suitable . Once they arrive I will take a picture and put them on our web shop. They will be £45 +vat. Gareth of Green Plant 01483 235111. shop@greenplantuk.com
  12. Your question comes down to them being either genuine Timberwolf sourced or copy parts. Block exemption regulations within the motortrade sector meant that you can fit non-genuine parts to vehicles as long as they had the correct accreditation this isn't always the case with machinery. For the cheaper non genuine parts you have to ask about the warranty cover , ourselves at Green Plant & Spectrum etc being dealerships will have the back up of Timberwolf and if there is a problem with the blades they take it very seriously . Would a non genuine supplier be as thorough ? Gareth of Green Plant 01483 235111
  13. hello, might be wise to check your switches behind the buttons or the relays. Try replicating the no-stress activation by not putting wood in it , run the rollers and lower the engine revs manually. I have qualified Timberwolf technicians who I can ask to talk to you if you like. Gareth of Green Plant 01483 235111
  14. I have the same issue with sending oil now . JCB used to do a 5ltr pack in foil , then a cardboard carton and then wrapped in cellophane . it was an easy sale and no issues with sending , especially with other items in another larger box. they stopped this packaging and now use the normal thin plastic container ,like everyone else does, with leaky lids so unable to dispatch now. If anyone knows of an oil supplier that does this old style please tell me. Gareth of Green Plant 01483 235111


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