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Greg is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
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Honey Badger replied to John F's discussion Service Schedule Stihl Cordless Hedge Trimmer ?
"I think ap range you just rub a bit of grease on the cogs every 16hrs. The combi heads I fill up with grease a few times a year, was recommended to me by a stihl engineer. In the winter I clean out all the old grease. I sharpen my hedge cutters with…"
1 hour ago
Graham Taylor replied to John F's discussion Service Schedule Stihl Cordless Hedge Trimmer ?
"I'm sure this is just a trick to extort money form customers.  As said, just the head will need greasing periodically and if  you're using a blade, sharpen it.   They have these ridiculous checklists that say for example, "check the screws are…"
3 hours ago
Peter Davis replied to John F's discussion Service Schedule Stihl Cordless Hedge Trimmer ?
"I don't have the battery one but on both my stihl combi hedgecutter & another battery one, I remove the gearbox cover every few weeks & grease all the gears & bearings.
I don't trust the grease nipple system & removing the cover allows a general…"
4 hours ago
Intelligent Gardening replied to Ben Hattersley's discussion Pricing for School grounds maintenance
"and he can bid for other contracts once he has the set up."
9 hours ago
John F replied to John F's discussion Service Schedule Stihl Cordless Hedge Trimmer ?
"Hi Billy That's a good point greasing the gears , essential I should imagine , I wonder if it's a DIY job . ?  
Thanks never considered this ."
22 hours ago
Billybop replied to John F's discussion Service Schedule Stihl Cordless Hedge Trimmer ?
"hi John never had any stihl AK only the AP stuff, I can imagine greasing the gears but apart from sharpening blades as you say, what is there to service really, probably more of a checklist they tick off"
22 hours ago
John F posted a discussion
Just curious I have purchased most of my cordless machines on line so had no reminders to have it serviced and it all runs fine .One machine I purchased from a supplier dealer with a showroom and it's perfect for light trimming no problems at all a…
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Miro Lazarini replied to Ben Hattersley's discussion Pricing for School grounds maintenance
"Well said Ben Carter. We do some schools in Sw London and these are just fillers, not much money to make as the schools budgets gets smaller and smaller. What I do now is I give my price with good margins and if I get  the contract, good, if not I'm…"
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Neil Darby commented on Chris's blog post Jacksons Fencing Launches New Solar Fence Panel
"Was this introduced 1st April? It is truly f***ing awful."
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Ben Carter replied to Ben Hattersley's discussion Pricing for School grounds maintenance
"Hi Ben
I worked for a national company between 2000 and 2012 and among our portfoilo we had schools contracts.  Although the H and S wasn't to onerous compared to other clients I'm sure times have changed.
I was also involved with pricing up schools…"
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Nigel Marshall is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
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Tim Bucknall replied to John F's discussion Cherry Blossom Tree
"I would be cautious about removing more than 30% in any one year.  Yuo should remove crossing etc first, but if his main concern is the neighbour I would reduce this year but tell him you will need to come back next year."
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Tim Bucknall replied to John F's discussion Cherry Blossom Tree
"I wouldn't, really pushing your luck with silverleaf and the myriad other diseases Prunus are susceptible to."
Friday
Tim Bucknall replied to Peter McGowan's discussion Re-turfing on flooded top soil
"Stay off it until dry, otherwise you'll damage it more."
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