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    Second-hand 2012 Timberwolf 150DHB for sale, decent condition, 866 hours on the clock.


    Tunbridge Wells - GB

  2. Hey kids, Might finally be time to retire my trusty Vermeer 625. It has been a strong and reliable piece of kit, all be it a little slow. Does anyone have any experience of the BC160XL? I can't find much online about them but they're really compact and from what I've seen, as quick as any other chipper. Not sure anything comes close regarding over-engineering and longevity. "Ernie" has 3600 hrs on the clock and still as strong as ever. Any info gratefully received.
  3. Hello folks I have several hours chipping that needs to be done this saturday afternoon near Dunstable / Kensworth / Luton. Cash to chip leylandii? It will all be on the deck pointing the right way. easy drive side access. skilled labour on hand. site to tip chip 100m away.
  4. Is anyone worried (or thinking about) Stage V regs when considering replacement chippers? Or considering the implications of the potential requirement for retro-fit of DPF to current / older models? Will this impact upon second hand values and should it be taken seriously now if about to purchase new by ensuring Stage V compliancy? Just watched a Forst product vid and they are advancing the significance of this issue. Will it, in the short term, predominantly affect urban areas where diesels emissions are more problematic - maybe present an opportunity for 2nd hand kit to be moved out to more rural areas where DE is less of an issue? https://www.dieselnet.com/standards/eu/nonroad.php Extract: Future. Stage V legislation commits the European Commission to produce two reports on future emission regulations for nonroad engines: By the end of 2018—An assessment of the possibility of adopting measures for the installation of retrofit emission control devices in existing, in-use nonroad engines. By the end of 2020—An assessment of further pollutant emission reduction potential, and the identification of potentially relevant pollutant types that do not fall within the scope of the Stage V regulation.
  5. GazN

    Small chippers

    Hi, I'm just getting started and need to get chipping to help on job clean ups. I can't yet afford a big thing and struggle to warrant one as I log most timber over 3-4" anyway... I've found this that seems to look good and will cope with what I want but wondering if anyone has a view or experience with such sized chippers? http://arrows-uk.com/65hp-petrol-wood-timber-chipper-shredder-mulcher-p-697.html?gclid=CjwKEAiArvTFBRCLq5-7-MSJ0jMSJABHBvp0PTjdHKeys4zwhFBX2D7BgzUHQqYQPx9Vv_XIQ2EP8hoCDlzw_wcB Maybe one day I'll get a big one on tracks
  6. Morning All, I am new to the Forum and I'm looking for some feedback from within the industry. I supply GPS tracking solutions Telematics Pro - GPS Tracking | On-board Cameras | Data Management | Driver Training primarily to commercial fleets (cars, vans & HGV's). We have however been receiving interest from the Arb industry due to the high volume of asset thefts of chippers, trailers, stump grinders etc. One of the challenges we have come across is that traditional trackers need to be wired into a power source, and as such the wires make them easy to find and the thieves remove them very quickly. We have a new battery powered solution, that is magnetised and can be stuck to any metallic panel on the asset, which means it can be well hidden away and there's not giveaway wires. They are £149.99 to purchase and there's a £9 monthly service fee which covers the sim and access to a web portal to view the trackers on a map in real time. The service can be suspended and reactivated any time and there's no minimum contract. I would like to understand if there is genuine interest in this product, before I go ahead an buy more stock. We are working with Arb insurers and have a unit placed on a chipper as a working example. What's your thoughts please? Would this be something you would consider for your assets?
  7. I used to have my own successful tree surgery company for 17 years which I ceased in 2015. I have a Unimog 2450 front mounted chipper with a 30cm aperture and a variable tracked 190 Timberwolf and I am thinking of starting an operated chipper hire company. Is this something you would use on a semi regular basis? I am fully ticketed and experienced including UA5 and based in Ashford, Kent. Suggested day manned rates are £585 for the Unimog and £170 for the Timberwolf, approximately. I would really appreciate feedback on whether you would use this service and whether you think the day rates are fair. Cheers, Chris.
  8. We are looking for an experienced mechanic. Knowledge of Unimog would be great but not essential, a good knowledge of mechanics is essential. Good work ethic, interested in large machinery and an eye for detail. The latter is very important. AC Price Engineering Ltd are a forward thinking, team orientated, busy engineering and mechanical workshop which has lots of interesting projects all year round. Join a very good team including Mechanics, Fabricators, Designers and support staff. We're a multi franchise dealership, including Mercedes Benz, Valtra, Heizohack, Penz, Kronos and other high quality brands, there are always interesting projects to be involved with and have an input in. We are keen on continual staff development and training is provided where needed. We are building a new dedicated Mercedes Benz service centre which will be fully operational this year, all being well. We are based in Ingleton which is in the Yorkshire dales and only a 20 minute drive from the Lake district. It’s a beautiful area to work in or even relocate to. There are also very good local schools if required. If you’d like to call to talk about the role and get a bit more detail then please contact Martyn Fawcett on 015242 42333. You can email your CV (or just some detail about yourself) to martyn@acprice.co.uk. Salary is negotiable dependent on experience.
  9. Buy Now, Pay Later with Timberwolf. Get the New Year off to a great start with this buy now, pay later deal from the chip and shred experts. When placing an order on selected machinery between now and 31st January 2014 you can take advantage of our fantastic low cost finance deal and enjoy an extended three year warranty! But that’s not all! Pay nothing for the first three months and you'll also receive two sets of free blades and a free Timberwolf coat. Available on selected machines only, please call the Sales Team on 01449 765809 for more details on the chip and shred machines involved. Simply complete the online warranty form where this fantastic offer will be confirmed and additional products dispatched. Don't need finance? No problem! You can still negotiate a competitive 'cash price' with your authorised Timberwolf dealer and still qualify for the free blades and Timberwolf coat will be delivered to you. Terms and conditions apply - see here for more information: Buy Now, Pay Later! | News & Events | About Us | Timberwolf UK
  10. Very busy commercial tree surgeons in Birmingham looking for an experienced mechanic/maintenance manager to keep vehicles and equipment serviced and running efficiently. Full time permanent position. Call John or Mo on 0121 748 1071 for more info, or email us at centraltrees@hotmail.com


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