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Treemonkey87

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About Treemonkey87

  • Rank
    Junior Member
  • Birthday 23/05/1987

Personal Information

  • Location:
    Birmingham
  • Interests
    Motorbikes, tattoos, fishing, chainsaws, climbing. And gaming PC's
  • Occupation
    Arborist
  • Post code
    B44 0BL
  • City
    BIRMINGHAM
  1. Bro that's wicked. Damn i bet that 2511 rips. And yeah a 201 has 2hp. However I've got mine running a little more than that. Exhaust modification and advanced the timing. I've always been big into Stihls. Really good getting guidance/information off other climbers 👍👍
  2. Cheers mate. Will do 👍
  3. Never used mitox or stiga bro. Have used Tanaka and Makita. I'm tempted in buying a 2511T. They look sweet
  4. Can get some absolutely wicked very hard and robust plastic boxes off amazon. I've got all my Bollard slings and straps in a box like that. However the actual Stein Bollard is the pain to store. With it being large, and heavy 🤣🤣
  5. Alright guys. Whats everyone's go to saw when climbing. I use a MS 201T. Been seeing lately people using Echo Cs2511tes. Tanakas, makitas, and then also Stiga and Mitox. Just interested in everyone's thought. Cheers and stay safe. TreeMonkey 🐒

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