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Found 11 results

  1. Hello I have a tajfun 400 It was working perfectly until last week when the cylinder would not work properly , I have changed the switch inside the controller (to a new one )that sends the signal to the cylinder to work I also replaced the relay and the timer switch but still no good.If I hold the controller it will split the timber but it will not allow any other function to happen, we have 40 amps going into the machine so it is not a power supply.The back of the cylinder is clean so that is not the problem. if anybody has had this problem I would love to hear from ye as I can not think of any other causes. IMG_1911.MOV
  2. Anyone have experience of using a hydraulic chainsaw on a grab or harvester, please? I think an 18 inch bar would suffice. I see McConnell make such a saw. How is the bar moved into cutting and retracted/ Thanks.
  3. My friends Japa 305 stolen from the Silverdale (North Lancs) area about a week ago.
  4. Firewood processor & operator for hire. Please note - I'm in the HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND. Will travel up to 40 miles from PH34. Can cut and split logs up to 12" in diameter, 2 or 4 way, up to 50cm long Will process several tonnes a day - more with one or two helpers to load logs Please PM me if you're interested
  5. Is there anyone with a mobile firewood processor that can work in the South Pennines? In particular around Hebden Bridge? Cheers Rob
  6. Looking for a Bilke S3 firewood processor to add to my business. If anyone knows of one I'd be delighted to hear about it Cash waiting:thumbup: for the right one Cheers J
  7. This is My new "toy", powerfully firewood processor Hakkipilke. [ame] [/ame]
  8. Hi, Advice needed for a second hand firewood processor... make, chain or blade etc etc... Also what sort of price for age condition etc many thanks
  9. Hi all I need to hire a firewood processor for a day. I am in Ringwood in Hampshire and have a load of timber, mostly ash, straight cords, to log up. All the people I have been given numbers for who have processors are too busy to help at this time of year. I really need to get the job done and any leads would be greatly appreciated. Cheers all. Barn
  10. New to the firewood market so any help or advice would be appreciated Through the day to day running of our business we get a lot of oak beam off cuts which we have been selling as firewood for years. To speed up production we have just put in a firewood processing plant and are now looking for more timber to build up this side of the business. I'm looking for round logs (not sure what the correct term is fit it) softwood and hard wood delivered to Pembrokeshire west Wales. Can anyone tell me where I can get this from or what I need to be asking for, and what price I should be paying. Thanks Celtic Timber
  11. hello all thinking of selling my hakki pilke oh60 & hakki pilke log dec,they were bought new last summer for £6150+vat and done about 100 ton so still in as new condition looking for some views of its value ??

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