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  1. This item is SOLD

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    FORST ST6P PETROL CHIPPPER £12,000 inc VAT 6" Petrol FORST ST6P Wood Chipper. 2018 / 192 HOURS. 750 kg. One owner . Chipper is in great working condition, still under 3 yr warranty. Includes a fitted tarpaulin cover and a new set of blades. Further info or viewing please email or phone. Thanks J.


    conwy, conwy - GB


    • FOR SALE
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    Forst ST6P chipper 2017 for sale - £12,000+VAT Sub 750kg towable woodchipper, petrol. 197 hours, spare keys, spare new blades. In great condition, runs great, no longer required for line of work. Collection only - Leek, Staffordshire.


    Leek, Staffordshire - GB

  3. We have a requirement for 2 x tracked wood chippers, 1 x 6" and 1 x 8" or similar for the weekend 24th/25th March just North of Glasgow. Please either call me on 07837 741502 or email steve@ahsuk.com. Many thanks
  4. Thinking about getting a new chipper, at present I have a timberwolf 150. Very reliable not a bad machine. But would like to keep progressing, business has been good for a while and bottom line the wolf pees me off. I would love a bandit 7", but I am worried about the weight, I run a Nissan Cabstar tipper. Have a sidewinder grinder and can't big it up enough, over engineered and just awesome. Bet the bandit chippers are as good. People say you buy one and that it for life. It that true? I like the look and feedback from here of the Forst. And, like some the features of the greenmech 160 quadchip. I have to take the spout off the wolf every night to get it into the lock up, the green mech folds up do the others have the option of this? What I wanna know is. Are bandits really that good Could a Nissan Cabstar pull it ok with a good load of chip on. Don't wanna waste globals time with a demo of a machine that is a bit to might to be pulled about by a Cabstar, transit size, van. Would appreciate any feed back on this. Cheers Horatio
  5. Akro multihire in Livingston now have the new forst tr6 chipper added to it's fleet of 22 timberwolf's. Well worth having a look !!! There phone number is 01506 441991 also there is a web site as well akromultihire.co.uk


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