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  1. Greenmech quadtrak 160 Wallenstein 630eu Polaris ranger diesel 900 62 plate Ifor Williams trailer 305hd Husky 357xp Oregon pro bar 15" Husky 560xp sugihara light 15" Husky 395xp 42" Husky 3120 56" Husky T540xp Honda water pump Husky fuel container Alaskan mill 48" Personal eqpt: Proteus helmet Carbon geckos Climbing ropes tachyon 11 mm orange and green, 35 and 45 mtr ART spiderjack 2, ART rope guide ART sportjack Sirius loops x 8 Prusik loops x 6 Karabiners x around 20 Buffalo Rope bucket with tachyon 35mt 11mm orange All relatively new and minimally used, some still in packets! I have serial numbers somewhere of everything. There is also some other small stuff in there like graphite powder etc. In total around or in excess of 75k worth of equipment This was planned as everything was moved, you can't just move a quad track chipper and a splitter and a trailer and a Polaris in one hit! Please anyone in the area or surrounding please let me know if there is anything offered. A livelihood gone because of lowdown scummy thieves! They cut two gates, disable two security cameras and a shipping container lock with discutters to gain these items. Sent from my iPhone using Arbtalk
  2. Evening all. Last night I came home late is to go out, parked my truck outside my hose and went out in the car. I came home this afternoon to find the truck unlocked and my Stihl MS200t missing from the back of the truck This is the second time this week. the first was just about £3.50 in loose change and a half bottle of aftershave but last night was the saw. My guess is that there using a Ford master key as i know 110% my truck was locked. Ill see if i can get the seriel number from Honey Brothers in the morning. Its a 2009 model which I bought new. The saw has 'Nick Stevenson' engraved on the air filter cover, the side plate and on the bottom of the saw. If anyone hears about it (which I highly dout) please ring me on 07961691340. Thanks Nick
  3. misty


    We had a load of stuff stolen last to include 3 x Stihl ms200t, 3 x Stihl ms 260, 1 x Stihl ms460, 1 x Stihl ms660, 1 x Stihl ms 880 2 x Stihl br600 blowers, 1 x Stihl hedge trimmer hs85, 1 x Stihl combi tool hedgetrimmer, 1 x Stihl extending pruner with c/s head, & 1 x Jensen 430 Di (1000 hrs), 4 x complete climbing kits and a full rigging kit.. We are based in oxfordshire and a few other unrelated companies have been robbed by these Bas turds during the last week, I have the serial numbers of all these machines if you are offered anything you dont feel is quite right please ring me and we can see if any serial numbers match (07971624646) ..... Thanks very much
  4. Hi guys Story goes.... Grew up with a husky 136 as a present from dad about 10 years ago for use on the farm and i loved it and still do. To this day it still gets me out of a scrape or two and it taught me a world of knowledge about maintainence. Now without starting the inevitable Stihl v Husky debate i know huskys and love em. Without geting too angry i had my 345 i bought 2 years ago stolen Yesterday i enjoyed maintaining it and i liked it allot i probably on average used it once a week for felling right through to cutting firewood etc My question is this WHAT SAW TO REPLACE??? the 346xp or bigger My friend who just bought a 346xpg with the silly brake thing likes the saw but i fancy some thing a bit more professional as i expect it to last me a lifetime. Having said that dont want to re-mortgage just spend money on a good saw. Hope u all understand and thanks for you time, advice ect Marcus


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