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blade boss

Started this discussion. Last reply by neil aldridge Jun 26. 2 Replies

hi all, bought an intek 65 engine off fleabay recently and having an issue removing the blade boss that it was fitted with.i know that they can be a pain to get off but his one is ridiculous and also…Continue

is anyone spraying yet?

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Grimes Jan 25. 9 Replies

just noticed someone spraying this morning and wondered if anyone else had started already or is this guy just doing what someone has paid him to?

classy planting plan..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Benjamin O'Neill Oct 17, 2013. 5 Replies

so hands up..who did it?Continue

tomtato!

Started this discussion. Last reply by BensBotanics Sep 30, 2013. 2 Replies

google will try correct your spelling but it looks real enough to me : )…Continue

 

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neil aldridge replied to neil aldridge's discussion blade boss
"cheers neal but i had a puller on it for about a week already heavily doused in penetrating oil...and nothing. took mr angry grinder to visit the blade boss today and found out that the boss was in 2 parts, one part was the pulley that had the…"
Jun 26

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Neal Barker @ Etesia uk replied to neil aldridge's discussion blade boss
"they do sound like grub screews so drill them out use a good penitration oil and leave over night then using a wood mallet tap all around the boss untill it frees off anything mounted onto the crank and never removed will be a sod to get off as…"
Jun 26
neil aldridge posted a discussion

blade boss

hi all, bought an intek 65 engine off fleabay recently and having an issue removing the blade boss that it was fitted with.i know that they can be a pain to get off but his one is ridiculous and also a little different.first-it has 3 bolts on the underside to hold the blade-so guessing its a off a rover or something??second-it has what appear to be(hard to see through the rust), a hex bolt going through the side of the boss possibly into the crank shaft?if they are hex bolts fitted to do the…See More
Jun 25
David Grimes replied to neil aldridge's discussion is anyone spraying yet?
"been using roundup through most of winter, just takes a litter longer to work"
Jan 25

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Paul McNulty replied to neil aldridge's discussion is anyone spraying yet?
"Judging by the way my badly block-paved drive is shooting up with healthy weeds all over, it's certainly time to start dealing with it now. Another warm week and they'll be seeding.... I took out a holly tree this week, as the blackbirds…"
Jan 24

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Eugene Baston replied to neil aldridge's discussion is anyone spraying yet?
"While here, 'down sarf', it's been very (very) wet it's also been mild, and yes, I've seen weed growth all over the territory. The nicest thing about pulling weeds though is - this time of year. Their roots are flexible and…"
Jan 24
Ray McIntosh replied to neil aldridge's discussion is anyone spraying yet?
"Im in Scotland so just started spraying ferromel iron on lawns, and whilst have noticed some weed growth will be holding off til mid-late Feb before we get the glysophate out!"
Jan 24

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Louise Boothman replied to neil aldridge's discussion is anyone spraying yet?
"It's a bit of a moot question when you speak to people. We've had a few people spraying sulphate of iron to remove the first moss in lawns. Some people are starting weed control, others are still unsure as to whether to go or not. I think…"
Jan 24

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Robbie replied to neil aldridge's discussion is anyone spraying yet?
"Chances are it's iron being spread as a winter turf hardener."
Jan 24

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Andy Robinson replied to neil aldridge's discussion is anyone spraying yet?
"IMO I would have thought that it's still to cold for anything to be actively growing as yet!"
Jan 24
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is anyone spraying yet?

just noticed someone spraying this morning and wondered if anyone else had started already or is this guy just doing what someone has paid him to?
Jan 24
neil aldridge replied to Simon Land's discussion How can I save this tree?
"would you leave a rose looking like that after a prune? i think whoever started it didnt want to take too much off at once and intended to tidy the tree over a few seasons. put back to the same shape yo uwould a rose and its easy to visualise what…"
Jan 24
neil aldridge replied to James McKay's discussion Business landline and mobile transfer
"i use a company called soho66 who will give you a landline that goes to your mobile for £2 a month. calls received are 8p a minute as far as i remember and there are lots of optional services, personal secretary etc at pretty reasonable prices."
Dec 28, 2013

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Andy Robinson replied to neil aldridge's discussion more scary research news on glyphosate based products...
"Surely if all PPE is worn when using any type of chemical these days most if not all risks will be covered won't they?"
Nov 8, 2013

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Doug replied to neil aldridge's discussion more scary research news on glyphosate based products...
""Critics will say the links between glyphosate and health problems made in this paper are purely correlational""
Nov 8, 2013
Benjamin O'Neill replied to neil aldridge's discussion classy planting plan..
"Guilty ;)"
Oct 17, 2013

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