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Timberwolf launches the All-New TW 230DHB
Sep 01, 2014 - 8:46 AM - by Steve Bullman
Timberwolf launches the All-New TW 230DHB

New Timberwolf gets more chipping and crushing power beneath a comfortably familiar and legendary silhouette yet remains under the crucial 750kg weight limit.

The 230 designation has a very special meaning at Timberwolf, signifying a unique new model not a mere upgrade from an existing model.

The TW 230DHB may look similar to the TW 150DHB that came before, but is clearly a new model inside and out. The new TW 230DHB is new from the ground up and shares less than 10 major components from the TW 150DHB.

The larger and more powerful chipping rotor is only one of several features that distinguish the 2014 TW 230DHB which also comes with, open top funnel, wide rollers with extra-large throat and exceptional crushing power with quad-force rollers.

While retaining the basic silhouette of the renowned TW 150DHB, the new TW... [Read More]
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Industry First - WEREWOLF Chainsaw Climbing Boot
Aug 19, 2014 - 7:28 AM - by Stein Products


The tough and comfortable, lightweight STEIN WEREWOLF is an eye catching hybrid climbing boot with a new approach to chainsaw safety specifically designed for tree climbers.

Toughness is provided by using a high quality leather upper made from 1.8/2.00mm Perwanger which is Silicon impregnated during tanning to offer water-resistance. An all-round rubber rand provides extra protection to the leather from knocks and scrapes whilst climbing.

Fitted with the STEIN bed-liner which offers bio-mechanical support to the foot; the anatomical shape of the bed-liner helps to distribute pressure and absorbs shocks. These footbeds are produced using anti-bacterial breathable compounds with rapid absorbency and drying properties. The boot is leather lined for added weather resistance and all-day comfort.

The boot features the
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Break in at Skyland.
Aug 18, 2014 - 9:43 AM - by Barry_Skyland
We got done last night by 3 lads.

They targeted the expensive stuff, all Pfanner clothing, Mendl Airstreams, Petzl Zigzags, Impact blocks, T540 and more XP saws, looked like they knew what they wanted.

CCTV has them on camera, if anyone has any info on gear being sold please inform us
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F.R.Jones now offer finance
Aug 11, 2014 - 11:58 AM - by Jonesie
Hi All

Just to let you know we now offer finance on anything over 280 inc VAT up to 15000 inc VAT, terms are 12,24 & 36 months.

This can be on 1 item or a mixed basket. It's very easy to use and a decision from the finance company is normally made within 30 seconds online.

All the details are here
Finance terms and conditions | F R Jones and Son



This is just an example of the pricing.
Purchase price 555.00
Deposit 55.50
Duration of agreement 12 months
Amount borrowed 499.50
Monthly repayment 45.78
Total repayable 604.88
Cost of loan 49.88
Rate of interest (fixed) 19.5%
Representative APR 19.5% APR... [Read More]
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Global Recycling/ Jo Beau
Aug 06, 2014 - 2:14 PM - by GlobalNewark
I am pleased to announce that as of yesterday Global Recycling have been appointed the distributorship for the UK for the full range of Jo Beau equipment, this is very exciting news for us & for anyone interested in gravity feed chippers, stump grinders & other groundscare equipment.

This will further compliment our range of current equipment but at the same time further enhance the range that we can offer under one roof. The chippers range from 1" to 5" with the larger model being self propelled, available as petrol, electric, pto & further models to fit hydraulic driven equipment. The equipment is all hand built to a high standard & powder coated, all machines are CE certified & will be in stock in the next few weeks. Further machines include stump grinders (pedestrian & tracked), scarifiers, weed brushes & a few more bits.

The machines will be on show at the Saltex & APF in September, if you already own a Jo Beau... [Read More]
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