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Graham Taylor replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"Glad to hear that.   When you said   "any tips on keeping them extra warm in the van whilst on site  " I wrongly assumed she was in there all the time!   I'm sure she has a great old time though if it was me, I'd still find it a huge distraction and…"
31 minutes ago
Oliver clarkson replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"It's a dogs life.🤣🤣"
2 hours ago
Oliver clarkson replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"Didn't say the dog was stuck in the van she comes out alot of the time, she is certainly not unhappy and is excited to leave in the morning. In the hot weather my van is always parked in shade and not facing the sun and have a portable air…"
2 hours ago
John F replied to John F's discussion Battery tool winter storage bagss
"Thanks for the replies .
I found the perfect solution  we had some patio furniture winter covers we never got around to using and simply cut it up to drape around the machines  
Packed some bubble wrap in the battery slots to stop spiders getting in…"
3 hours ago
John F replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"My daughter has a pair of Dashcunds their parents were working dogs on a farm surprisingly robust outdoor breed despite their size . 
They stay home during the day when family at work but frequently enjoy trips in their camper van at weekends…"
4 hours ago
Tim harris replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"My dog comes to work with me most days. Most of my gardens he comes in with me and has free run,If it's a commercial site he sometimes stays at home. Often my customers take him in and feed him lol. He gets a better deal than I do. A few winters ago…"
14 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"I'd have thought the poor dog would get pretty bored stuck in a van all day...... I certainly would?  Is it fair on the dog? What happens when it's desperate for the loo and its stuck in the van? What happens in the hot weather or do you leave the…"
14 hours ago
Noel Dempsey replied to Tim harris's discussion Trailers for ride on mowers
"Dale Kane 6x4 with high end for loading carries my Hustler Zero Turn"
18 hours ago
Billybop replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"Seen them on Amazon, mixed reviews, some look of dubious quality, and many buyers seemed to hope it's equivalent to a roaring log fire. Whereas the heat emitted will be quite gentle"
19 hours ago
Oliver clarkson replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"Like the sound of the heated pad.
Thanks "
19 hours ago
Billybop replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"maybe a hot water bottle wrapped in cloth so claws dont burst it. Or a USB heated electrical pad run off a power tool battery with adaptor. Although only 5 Volts so imagine only partially effective "
19 hours ago
Oliver clarkson posted a discussion
Afternoon all.Wasn't sure how to title this.My dachshund comes to work with every day. Does any one else take their dog to work and does anyone have any tips on keeping them extra warm in the van whilst on site? Obviously she has a coat and…
21 hours ago
PGM replied to Amy Stewart's discussion Backpack blower
"I would echo what some of the others have said. The 450 should be plenty for most work. The 430 is the same performance and a fair bit lighter, but doesn't have the electric start or adjustable tube so would depend on what is more important to you.…"
23 hours ago
Greenlawns replied to Amy Stewart's discussion Backpack blower
"I only ever use all Stihl stuff , apart from my mowers .
I use a 56's for everyday use , and a Br800 at the end of the year . A bit heavy for some people , but really powerful and makes short work of some bigger jobs .Was laughing the other week…"
yesterday
Ben Carter replied to Amy Stewart's discussion Backpack blower
"Morning
I bought a husky 570 in the spring.  I'm really pleased with it.  The only down side is the choke switch and the handle aren't the best quality.  I bought it off a local supplier so it made sense to get that over the Stihl.  In all honesty I…"
yesterday
Billybop posted a discussion
Does anyone else use heated jackets eg Bosch, Makita, etc. And how are we managing to organise work with this early onset of winter
yesterday
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Backpack blower

Hi guys! I'm in need of a new backpack blower, previously we've made do with a bottom of the range McCullough backpack blower which was bought on a small budget when I first started up. It's now gone way past the time to upgrade it but I'll be the…

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