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    she wanted a battery mower so couldnt get the money out quick enough
    How many mods can you do to the mower, and will it jump start a patrol?

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    Brand new XTM 12000lb winch for less than half price.
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    Tried out the Makita 36V chainsaw today, pretty impressive little beast. I would put it in the category of 4-5" wood max, dicing up firewood after the bigger stuff has been dragged back to camp, very handy for track clearing up to the bar limitation x 2, which is 10" bar. Running 2 x 5ah batteries, so unsure of life limitations, will buy another pair as a back up. Fits into a very compact carry bag and light to use, really light.DSC01744.JPGDSC01745.JPGDSC01746.JPG
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    Bought another couple of batteries for the makita chainsaw.

    Went shopping with Mrs PeeBee and bought another cushion.

    After a lot of research bought a couple of flowmeters and a totaliser to resolve the fuel consumption on the beast, or at least quantify how much fuel it is gulping
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    Not directly Patrol related but I bought 2 bays of pallet racking type shelving for my shed , my god what a ashamable mess it's in . This week I'm going to drag EVERYTHING out on the back lawn & sort it all out . Yes I really am . No im not making this up . It's really going to happen . ( never mind me having a reassuring conversation with myself )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprock View Post
    Not directly Patrol related but I bought 2 bays of pallet racking type shelving for my shed , my god what a ashamable mess it's in . This week I'm going to drag EVERYTHING out on the back lawn & sort it all out . Yes I really am . No im not making this up . It's really going to happen . ( never mind me having a reassuring conversation with myself )
    Haha yeah yeah, I say that to myself every week!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprock View Post
    Not directly Patrol related but I bought 2 bays of pallet racking type shelving for my shed , my god what a ashamable mess it's in . This week I'm going to drag EVERYTHING out on the back lawn & sort it all out . Yes I really am . No im not making this up . It's really going to happen . ( never mind me having a reassuring conversation with myself )
    I think it is Patrol related because it seems we all have sheds that need pallet racking and a tidy up , any chance you can do mine .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprock View Post
    snip... Not directly Patrol related but I bought 2 bays of pallet racking type shelving for my shed , my god what a ashamable mess it's in . This week I'm going to drag EVERYTHING out on the back lawn & sort it all out .
    Did something similar recently, events unfolded somewhat as follows...

    Shed had shit everywhere
    Couldn't find 1/2 the things I knew I had 'somewhere'
    Spat the chewey and went and bought two bays of shelves, some suitable sized totes and two work benches with double draws.
    Emptied shed
    Installed racks and benches
    Sorted all the gear getting more and more excited over the 'treasures' I found
    Put all the gear into appropriate totes/draws/shelves
    Spent the next month tossing 90% of the shit around looking for what I wanted and forgotten where its new spot was
    Shed now has shit everywhere again but at least I can find 1/2 of it
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    I can usually find what I want , usually .

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    Quote Originally Posted by GQtdauto View Post
    I can usually find what I want , usually .
    When my shed's a complete shit fight i can go straight to anything I want. After I clean it up and it's all neat and tidy I can't find things!
    When you have to shoot, shoot.
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