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  1. Hi all, Recently bought a used timberwolf 125 (2005) to get me going as a new start up. My bottom infeed roller has stopped, will move by hand and the top one still works fine. I'm thinking something to do with the spline? Are there any mechanics local to the Birmingham/ West mids area people can recommend? I would have a go myself but wouldn't know where to begin with it. Thanks in advance
  2. we are replacing the bearings on the 190 and we have taken everything out and was just wanting to know if you have to take the 60mm nut off or if you can push the whole shaft out in one. probs a silly question would just like to know if it can be done
  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 [email protected] Many thanks
  4. Alright Guys Just wondering if anyone has used the TW 280? looking into buying one but cant find a lot online about them. Cheers Joe
  5. Hey. I've a timberwolf 150 (2001 so getting on a bit). The rollers only work if I push the green feed button and jam it (used a twig). Is this likely to be the switch itself or am I overiding something by jamming the switch? What is the switch itself called on a let's list and is it easy to rewrite a new one if it is this? Thanks all!
  6. Wood Chipper / Small Plant Mechanic Landpower Machinery are currently looking to recruit an experienced wood chipper/ plant mechanic to work from our workshop in Yenston. For this role experience of working with diesel and petrol engines is essential. A varied role involving the following: Servicing, repairing and maintaining machinery Pre hire inspections. Attending breakdowns on site when required Delivering equipment to site during peak times when required. Knowledge of hydraulics and electrics essential Welding and fabrication. Although the main function of the role is based on the above, you must be happy and flexible to work in other areas when needed. The Person: You will need to be self-motivated, enthusiastic and enjoy working in a fast moving environment that can at times be pressured. You must have good communication and organisational skills. [email protected]
  7. Its finally here! Our demo machine of the new Timberwolf 280TDHB arrived today, and what a beauty it is! It features a super wide funnel, 8" capacity, huge chipping power and added stability to cope with the extra power and in-feed! Bigger, better, and beastier than the TW190, the feed aperture is 15% larger than its nearest rival! To discuss further or arrange a demo, please call us on 01962 857951! Head to Facebook(Forest And Arb), Twitter(@ForestAndArb) and Instagram(ForestAndArbHQ) for more photos of our brand new machine!
  8. Every year we receive various photographs of Timberwolf customers busy using their machines and with the rise of social media there are Timberwolf’s everywhere it seems. So in February and March we would like to invite Timberwolf owners to show us their WOLF and send in pictures of your Timberwolf machine in action, in a beautiful location, in an unusual location, in wild weather or just all shiny at home having a rest! So get out there with your smart phone or your camera and take a snap of your Timberwolf and email it to us at [email protected] with your name, contact details. All entrants will be put into a free draw and be in with a chance to win a Stein Sordin Grounds Safety Helmet and a pair of petzl cordex plus gloves.
  9. Tired of paying out for renting chippers... I think my money will be best invested in buying one. Really want a Timberwolf 150. Im looking to spend 3 - 6.5k... so feel this is the best chipper option, unless anyone can convince me otherwise. Trouble is... I cant find a half decent one!
  10. Hi All, Timberwolf TW150DHB tipper truck and Groundie/Climber hire available. Mega eye bleeding low rates as I'm a new business and I'm building my books up. I myself am a competent climber or groundie. I'vebeen in the trade for coming up to 7 years and worked for some of the big firms down here in the south and have solid experience. Contact me on 07981347747 or email [email protected]
  11. Chipper fell off truck between sites and was only noticed once they got to the 2nd site! It's a timberwolf 150dhb with a blue vice on bolted onto the engine cab. It fell off and the arborist on the job drove around looking for it after noticing, but to no avail! I will try and get more information as and when I can but if anyone sees anything that would be great! it was the south Oxfordshire area - Wallingford Thanks Owen
  12. Hi lads, Wondering if you could shed a little light on my problem. I've got a entec chipper with a petrol Kohler 22hp a think, it starts up, runs fine for a few seconds buts the revs lower and sometimes cuts out. I've had the carb cleaned in a proper tank and the in line fuel filter is clean, just not sure what else to check? Any help greatly appreciated Cheers Andrew
  13. 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
  14. Hi I am about to buy a 2nd hand 6" chipper and really need some advise about jensen vs timberwolf. the jensens are more expensive even with double the hours and i d like to know why this is? I am looking at a 2006 jensen with 1000 hours on it for £6500. but have seen a few timberwolfs with 600-700 hours for £5000-£5500. any help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  15. Hi I am about to buy a 2nd hand 6" chipper and really need some advise about jensen vs timberwolf. the jensens are more expensive even with double the hours and i d like to know why this is? I am looking at a 2006 jensen with 1000 hours on it for £6500. but have seen a few timberwolfs with 600-700 hours for £5000-£5500. any help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  16. My timberwolf 150 has recently been playing silly buggers. Start up fine Always leave it running for 10 mins Once on full revs start the rollers Chip couple of branches, then the whole chipper cuts out! No fading out no warning. Start her back up and it's fine, normally for the rest of the day. Has a couple of times cut out later in the day. Have checked oil and water. Both topped up. Radiator is cleaned out regularly with an airline. In line fuel filter and main filter are clear. Any ideas/diagnosis would be gratefully received. Cheers
  17. Chipper maintainance this afternoon on the timba 150. And noticed the engine oil was getting low, rather side on the edge of caution and top her up. Thing is I have searched the net and arbtalk and can't seem what sort it takes. Maybe I haven't looked in the right place. Any who would the wealth of knowledge that congregate on arbtalk help me out of my predicament. Thanks in advance
  18. As the title suggest I am wondering if any of you fine lot have any experience with towing a chipper with a jimny I own a 150 timberwolf would the jimny cope on rough grass, some mud etc whist towing a 750 machine? Yes, no, struggle etc. be good to hear from any one a jimny to see what they thought of them overall too Cheers
  19. Hi Chaps. I have just purchased a used Timberwolf 125PH, year 2000 with single hydraulic feed roller. The machine runs well, except I don't think the feed roller is performing as it should. The chipping blades are a bit on the blunt side and need a shapen, which will be done ASAP, but it seems to be struggling to drag wood into the chipping chamber. The roller doesn't seem to grip the timber, and just rubs some pieced unless they are pushed in. I know this is not normal as I have used single feed machines before. Can anybody advise me what the best solution to this is? Will a blade change help, and is it possuble to sharpen the blades on the roller to make it grip the timber better? Also, could the roller retention spring be wearing? Any help would be appreciated. I have booked it into my local TW dealer on Monday for a blade change. Many thanks!


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