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Billybop replied to Peter sellers's discussion Makita bhx 2501
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Makita bhx 2501

Anyone got one of these?Our old Echo hand held blower finally died. We only use a hand held for occasional light use EG grass clippings on hard surfaces,  use backpacks for serious clearing.  At £168 Inc vat online seems a bargain ? Appreciate it's 4 stroke but run Honda 4 stroke strimmers without issues. 

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Wiebang 50 svp

Any got a weibang 50 svp 3 in 1 mower?Interested in long term reliability,  mulch and collect performance,  operator comfort and any issues.  Going to be used commercially 7 days a week. At £600 it's less than half the price of the Honda 537 HRX which we rate highly. Granted it's not got a BBC but will be used in mulch mode most of the time so not a big issue.  Thanks. 

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Variable speed cordless strimmer

Hi folks Looking for recommendations for a professional cordless battery strimmer. But want one with a trigger related variable speed (what's the technical term?! So it'll run slower/faster depending on how hard you squeeze the trigger). Been looking at the Stihl models so happy to hear what else is about. Thanks!      

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6 Replies · Reply by Billybop on Sunday
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Lumag chipper.

Hi all, I have seen a lumag hc10 petrol wood chipper for sale not too far from me, quite new and a bit less than half the retail price. I haven't had a chipper before, I don't do big tree works, it would be more for chipping up shrub/ hedge reductions and small branches. I have two queries- are these a decent enough machine? ,  and have you bought a chipper and then either thought they are great or a waste of time. I'm concerned that the time spent chipping up might outweigh the time spent just…

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9 Replies · Reply by Sam Bainbridge on Saturday
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Transfer of grass clippings from ride on mower

This season, I hope to use my ride on mower with collector. In order to make it efficient, I need to consider how to transfer clippings from the collector to one ton bags. I have thought about reversing up onto car ramps with the bag underneath and drop it down. Or, drop onto a tarp and pick it up and place into bag. I would be interested in what others do. 

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10 Replies · Reply by Luke brooks on Sunday
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Waterproofs

Has anyone found any breathable waterproofs that really are waterproof, without costing a fortune.  The ones we're getting aren't exactly cheap, but even so they only keep you dry for an hour or two if it's really raining.  Maybe a bit more when new out of the packet. I'd like to get better ones if it be done without a 2nd mortgage!

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17 Replies · Reply by Robbie Jan 15
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Roller mower

Another mower question!We are looking for a 19 inch petrol,  not battery roller mower. Currently run Hayter 56 Pro,s which on the whole we are happy with but have some new contracts where these are too cumbersome on smaller areas.Ideally, ribbed roller, bbc, variable speed. Looked at the Honda 476, too slow even when opened up on demo. Hayter 48 vs bbc which ticks all the boxes but is just a bit heavy at 48 kg dry. The Stihl , our dealer says not to buy due to transmission issues plus it has a…

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