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Found 10 results

  1. Paul Mullany

    Tp 160 tracked

    Im new on here as a member so hello everyone. Any one got any experience of a tp 160 tracked? Looking at their specs they seem pretty lightweight compared to other 6 inch machines at 1195kg. At this weight it would be possible to put it on some flatbed 3.5t b licence van legally and pull a tipping trailer behind. I think this could be quite an effective one rig set up with a higher road legal load than the traditional 750 tow behind and 3.5 ton tipper van. For the chipper, does light weight mean less robust? Cheers in advance. Paul
  2. 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!
  3. Hi, Can anyone recommend Wood chipper servicing/repairs in the north east of england? Preferably near durham?? many thanks.
  4. hello for sale is our greenmech cm220 55hp 9 inch chipper it was born in 2003 and has only done 430 hours it has a 360 degree turntable which is perfect for the awkward jobs where space is limited.. it has served us well and the only reason we are getting rid of her is because buisness is a bit slow down in devon and we are going to downgrade to an older smaller model. . as i mentioned the chipper is in devon and veiwings are welcome. . we are looking for about £7000 for her and a part ex with an older/smaller chipper would be considered. . any more info give me a ring on 07532105871 or private message me. . cheers
  5. 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
  6. misty

    Stolen

    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
  7. JeremySmithers@EricHunter

    Landforce chipper?

    I`ve come across a Landforce chipper for sale. Does anybody know much about them. I haven`t come across them before. It is big, about 8" capacity I think, with a Deutz engine. I`d be pleased of any input you guys could give. Thankyou
  8. Our company Fletcher Stewart (Stockport) Limited has been advised by the UK Health & Safety Executive (HSE) that it is our responsibility to bring to your attention a recent development regarding Jo-Beau Woodchippers. Following a lengthy investigation by the HSE into the reach distances that Jo-Beau Woodchippers are manufactured to. The HSE have concluded that all new machines must now have their in-feed distances increased. The reason for extending the in-feed distance on these machines is to reduce the risk of the operator coming in to contact with the cutting system. You will see from the picture below an extension tray is now fitted to the model M300. If you have any concerns regarding this matter or if you wish to bring your machine up to the standard now stipulated by the HSE on new machines please contact the manufacturer directly at the address below. To obtain this modification all enquiries must be directed to the original manufacturer and not to Fletcher Stewart. Contact Information Jo Beau Products Grasdreef 10 8200 Brugge Tel: +32 50390402 Email: info@jobeau.eu Webiste: www.jobeau.eu HSE Case Number: 4093650 This information was authorised and approved by the UK HSE
  9. Have recently bought a second hand Kwikchip 225 on a turntable as a spare machine. First day I used it nothing but problems! Initial problem resolved but now the feedrollers won't work at all. Have took covers off and nothing is jammed at all, oil level is good, and only problem I can see is that the hydraulic oil filter has a dent in it and don't know if this would stop it from working. Hydraulic belt seems tensioned too. Anyone have any clues on this machine and what may cause it at all? Any advice would be greatfully appreciated.
  10. wrw

    Timberwolf PTO 300

    We have badly worn bottom feed roller have removed motor but are unable to remove roller from housing due to bearing shaft on other end, how do we remove this shaft ? the roller cannot be lifted out with this on best regards wrw

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