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  2. RDB85
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    Petrol Scarifier buying advice

    Found a Hayter SP36 £295. With £50 delivery. In excellent almost new condition. No damage whatsoever.
    Found a Hayter SP36 £295. With £50 delivery. In excellent almost new condition. No damage whatsoever.
    Found a Hayter SP36 £295. With £50 delivery. In excellent almost new condition. No damage whatsoever.
    Found a Hayter SP36 £295. With £50 delivery. In excellent almost new condition. No damage whatsoever.
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  3. wiseowl
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    Felco FEL2 Model 2 Original Secateurs

    Well you let him think that then @Jenny namaste . Be like me. My youngest grandson who is a young man now and thinking of his own home etc. And I have been told to leave all my gardening gear to...
    Well you let him think that then @Jenny namaste . Be like me. My youngest grandson who is a young man now and thinking of his own home etc. And I have been told to leave all my gardening gear to him in my will!! :heehee: :imphrt: He would also like my cottage too!! :wub2: Love that boy !
    Well you let him think that then @Jenny namaste . Be like me. My youngest grandson who is a young man now and thinking of his own home etc. And I have been told to leave all my gardening gear to him in my will!! :heehee: :imphrt: He would also like my cottage...
    Well you let him think that then @Jenny namaste . Be like me. My youngest grandson who is a young man now and thinking of his own home etc. And I have been told to leave all my gardening gear to...
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  5. Madra
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  6. Oldcodger

    Please suggest a blower?

    I've got a cordless bosch blower that works well in this situation. It uses the power4all interchangeable battery used on my strimmer, hedge cutter and some hand tools.
    I've got a cordless bosch blower that works well in this situation. It uses the power4all interchangeable battery used on my strimmer, hedge cutter and some hand tools.
    I've got a cordless bosch blower that works well in this situation. It uses the power4all interchangeable battery used on my strimmer, hedge cutter and some hand tools.
    I've got a cordless bosch blower that works well in this situation. It uses the power4all interchangeable battery used on my strimmer, hedge cutter and some hand tools.
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  7. ETAF

    just started using cordless secateur

    Many thanks for all the good information. V
    Many thanks for all the good information. V
    Many thanks for all the good information. V
    Many thanks for all the good information. V
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  8. ETAF

    Secateur Belt holder

    i found one that has a sprung belt hook on - not tried yet , but it was only £6 at a garden centre which we stopped at for a coffee on our way to a hotel.Darlac Tool Holster DP141 | Darlac...
    i found one that has a sprung belt hook on - not tried yet , but it was only £6 at a garden centre which we stopped at for a coffee on our way to a hotel.Darlac Tool Holster DP141 | Darlac Garden Toolsin case anyone else is looking
    i found one that has a sprung belt hook on - not tried yet , but it was only £6 at a garden centre which we stopped at for a coffee on our way to a hotel.Darlac Tool Holster DP141 | Darlac Garden Toolsin case anyone else is looking
    i found one that has a sprung belt hook on - not tried yet , but it was only £6 at a garden centre which we stopped at for a coffee on our way to a hotel.Darlac Tool Holster DP141 | Darlac...
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  9. RDB85

    Sprinkler recommendations for a rectangle lawn

    I've had an expensive hozelock one, and a 2 quid spinning one from Wilko. The cheapo was better and lasted years. I've lost it. So I went to Wilko again. This time I spent 8 quid on their...
    I've had an expensive hozelock one, and a 2 quid spinning one from Wilko. The cheapo was better and lasted years. I've lost it. So I went to Wilko again. This time I spent 8 quid on their oscillating one. It's early days but it performs well so far.
    I've had an expensive hozelock one, and a 2 quid spinning one from Wilko. The cheapo was better and lasted years. I've lost it. So I went to Wilko again. This time I spent 8 quid on their oscillating one. It's early days but it performs well so far.
    I've had an expensive hozelock one, and a 2 quid spinning one from Wilko. The cheapo was better and lasted years. I've lost it. So I went to Wilko again. This time I spent 8 quid on their...
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  10. Jocko

    Can anyone identify this Hozelock fitting?

    Thank you. That is precisely what it is. For an old-style kitchen tap. The fact I have an outdoor tap I never even considered that.
    Thank you. That is precisely what it is. For an old-style kitchen tap. The fact I have an outdoor tap I never even considered that.
    Thank you. That is precisely what it is. For an old-style kitchen tap. The fact I have an outdoor tap I never even considered that.
    Thank you. That is precisely what it is. For an old-style kitchen tap. The fact I have an outdoor tap I never even considered that.
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  11. Mark Wingfield

    Gardena irrigation system plus hosepipe

    The two-way adaptor is the way to go. Just like a multi-way extension block for electricity. You can put a hose fitting that requires something connected to it before it passes water on the second...
    The two-way adaptor is the way to go. Just like a multi-way extension block for electricity. You can put a hose fitting that requires something connected to it before it passes water on the second spur Or even use it to feed a second tap.
    The two-way adaptor is the way to go. Just like a multi-way extension block for electricity. You can put a hose fitting that requires something connected to it before it passes water on the second spur Or even use it to feed a second tap.
    The two-way adaptor is the way to go. Just like a multi-way extension block for electricity. You can put a hose fitting that requires something connected to it before it passes water on the second...
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  12. *dim*

    'Overwintering' petrol lawnmowers

    Good call, I have had issues with E10 in my classic car - it is hydroscopic and left overwinter in a mower will most likely destroy rubber seals etc within the fuel system.
    Good call, I have had issues with E10 in my classic car - it is hydroscopic and left overwinter in a mower will most likely destroy rubber seals etc within the fuel system.
    Good call, I have had issues with E10 in my classic car - it is hydroscopic and left overwinter in a mower will most likely destroy rubber seals etc within the fuel system.
    Good call, I have had issues with E10 in my classic car - it is hydroscopic and left overwinter in a mower will most likely destroy rubber seals etc within the fuel system.
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  13. mazambo

    Moisture meter

    That's really neat.
    That's really neat.
    That's really neat.
    That's really neat.
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  14. daisybelle

    Hose nozzle/spray gun recommendations?

    The Gardena arrived today, have to say the quality is better than the old Hozelock one.
    The Gardena arrived today, have to say the quality is better than the old Hozelock one.
    The Gardena arrived today, have to say the quality is better than the old Hozelock one.
    The Gardena arrived today, have to say the quality is better than the old Hozelock one.
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  15. RDB85

    Petrol Strimmer advice please

    Thanks, yes you can purchase this, my local one is quite far but if memory serves me well Briggs do a stabiliser and I think Stihl oils have a stabiliser added too.
    Thanks, yes you can purchase this, my local one is quite far but if memory serves me well Briggs do a stabiliser and I think Stihl oils have a stabiliser added too.
    Thanks, yes you can purchase this, my local one is quite far but if memory serves me well Briggs do a stabiliser and I think Stihl oils have a stabiliser added too.
    Thanks, yes you can purchase this, my local one is quite far but if memory serves me well Briggs do a stabiliser and I think Stihl oils have a stabiliser added too.
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  16. chilswell

    What power Scythe?

    I feel a song coming on. "One man went to mow, went to mow a meadow, one man and his dog etc. etc.:biggrin:Just ignore me.:rolleyespink:
    I feel a song coming on. "One man went to mow, went to mow a meadow, one man and his dog etc. etc.:biggrin:Just ignore me.:rolleyespink:
    I feel a song coming on. "One man went to mow, went to mow a meadow, one man and his dog etc. etc.:biggrin:Just ignore me.:rolleyespink:
    I feel a song coming on. "One man went to mow, went to mow a meadow, one man and his dog etc. etc.:biggrin:Just ignore me.:rolleyespink:
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  17. Witterings

    Makita Split Shaft or Individual Tools and Telescopic or Standard

    I'm looking at going cordless for Hedge Trimmer and Strimmer and already have Makita batteries / charger.I'm comparing the Split Shaft tool or individual units and trying to find out which is...
    I'm looking at going cordless for Hedge Trimmer and Strimmer and already have Makita batteries / charger.I'm comparing the Split Shaft tool or individual units and trying to find out which is best. I've not handled the Split Shaft which looks like a "bulkier" set up and maybe more tiring to...
    I'm looking at going cordless for Hedge Trimmer and Strimmer and already have Makita batteries / charger.I'm comparing the Split Shaft tool or individual units and trying to find out which is best. I've not handled the Split Shaft which looks...
    I'm looking at going cordless for Hedge Trimmer and Strimmer and already have Makita batteries / charger.I'm comparing the Split Shaft tool or individual units and trying to find out which is...
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  18. thriftybri

    dimentions wanted

    anybody got a battery gtech st20 strimmer i want to know the measurement of the bolt that holds the spool on to the bottom of the machine i know there are only 3 quid plus postage but im sure i...
    anybody got a battery gtech st20 strimmer i want to know the measurement of the bolt that holds the spool on to the bottom of the machine i know there are only 3 quid plus postage but im sure i can get one cheaper bolt is pictured below
    anybody got a battery gtech st20 strimmer i want to know the measurement of the bolt that holds the spool on to the bottom of the machine i know there are only 3 quid plus postage but im sure i can get one cheaper bolt is pictured below
    anybody got a battery gtech st20 strimmer i want to know the measurement of the bolt that holds the spool on to the bottom of the machine i know there are only 3 quid plus postage but im sure i...
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  19. PJA190

    Beginner - What tools do I need?

    I agree , great tools , not the cheapest , but built like tanks and will last for ever. German engineering !!
    I agree , great tools , not the cheapest , but built like tanks and will last for ever. German engineering !!
    I agree , great tools , not the cheapest , but built like tanks and will last for ever. German engineering !!
    I agree , great tools , not the cheapest , but built like tanks and will last for ever. German engineering !!
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  20. Peas

    Eco friendly module trays

    Thanks - great and informative post. Going to try this - as I cannot find quality plastics to use multi-year.
    Thanks - great and informative post. Going to try this - as I cannot find quality plastics to use multi-year.
    Thanks - great and informative post. Going to try this - as I cannot find quality plastics to use multi-year.
    Thanks - great and informative post. Going to try this - as I cannot find quality plastics to use multi-year.
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  21. lowrider69

    Garden fence creosote advice

    My neigbour used one of those cuprinol manual sprayers for his fence. He also sprayed the side of my conservatory. Please be careful when spraying the top of the fence as the creosote can travel...
    My neigbour used one of those cuprinol manual sprayers for his fence. He also sprayed the side of my conservatory. Please be careful when spraying the top of the fence as the creosote can travel quite a distance :dbgrtmb:.
    My neigbour used one of those cuprinol manual sprayers for his fence. He also sprayed the side of my conservatory. Please be careful when spraying the top of the fence as the creosote can travel quite a distance :dbgrtmb:.
    My neigbour used one of those cuprinol manual sprayers for his fence. He also sprayed the side of my conservatory. Please be careful when spraying the top of the fence as the creosote can travel...
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  22. Fat Controller

    Lawnmowers

    Interchangeable batteries are a great idea. The chargers and batteries I have:- Spear and Jackson Bosch DeWalt Black and Decker Its all a bit of a tangle on my workbench, and you must make sure...
    Interchangeable batteries are a great idea. The chargers and batteries I have:- Spear and Jackson Bosch DeWalt Black and Decker Its all a bit of a tangle on my workbench, and you must make sure you have plugged the right on in.
    Interchangeable batteries are a great idea. The chargers and batteries I have:- Spear and Jackson Bosch DeWalt Black and Decker Its all a bit of a tangle on my workbench, and you must make sure you have plugged the right on in.
    Interchangeable batteries are a great idea. The chargers and batteries I have:- Spear and Jackson Bosch DeWalt Black and Decker Its all a bit of a tangle on my workbench, and you must make sure...
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  23. Daisies

    question regarding metal sheds

    Sorry, can't really help you as it was 15 years ago and I can't remember. It certainly wouldn't have been online. So probably one of the DIY stores.
    Sorry, can't really help you as it was 15 years ago and I can't remember. It certainly wouldn't have been online. So probably one of the DIY stores.
    Sorry, can't really help you as it was 15 years ago and I can't remember. It certainly wouldn't have been online. So probably one of the DIY stores.
    Sorry, can't really help you as it was 15 years ago and I can't remember. It certainly wouldn't have been online. So probably one of the DIY stores.
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  24. Old Kent Biker

    Upgrading a strimmer head

    As pete says a sharp tap, prior to that use penetrating spray like WD40.
    As pete says a sharp tap, prior to that use penetrating spray like WD40.
    As pete says a sharp tap, prior to that use penetrating spray like WD40.
    As pete says a sharp tap, prior to that use penetrating spray like WD40.
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