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    OK. No worries. I'll see if I can find it again and have another go.Fuckwits.jpg
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    @MudRunnerTD Ok - I have tried to insert the picture again above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nissannewby View Post
    @MudRunnerTD have a look at places like BOC and RS components. They are usually pretty well priced for f clamps and other types of gear. There are a lot more companies now where all this stuff can be sourced.
    RS components and the words well priced should not appear in the same sentence. 😂

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    Going to be laying some lawn at the front. Since moving here I gave away my lawnmower, so I'm on the hunt for a new one.

    Anyone have a 18v Ryobi mower?

    Don't have a large area haven't measured yet, but probably around 40 sqm.

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    If I go the Ryobi I'll get a brushless 18v chainsaw. It would only do light work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    Going to be laying some lawn at the front. Since moving here I gave away my lawnmower, so I'm on the hunt for a new one.

    Anyone have a 18v Ryobi mower?

    Don't have a large area haven't measured yet, but probably around 40 sqm.

    Side note.

    If I go the Ryobi I'll get a brushless 18v chainsaw. It would only do light work.

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    A chainsaw for mowing your lawn? Might be a little untidy mate!

    On a serious note, I bought a previous workplace one of the mowers to mow the narrow strip out the front, id say would probably be as many sqm as you have. It was perfect for the grass, although it wouldn't take a hell of alot off at a time, and wouldn't really mulch sticks it would get hung on the bugger ones. I reckon one would be perfect for your place

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusty_nail View Post
    A chainsaw for mowing your lawn? Might be a little untidy mate!

    On a serious note, I bought a previous workplace one of the mowers to mow the narrow strip out the front, id say would probably be as many sqm as you have. It was perfect for the grass, although it wouldn't take a hell of alot off at a time, and wouldn't really mulch sticks it would get hung on the bugger ones. I reckon one would be perfect for your place

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    F@#k you Nic you funny c@#t.

    On a serious note...

    Thanks for your input..

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    Little Echo 2511TES top handle. .



    . . Far out so light and compact only 2.3kg can't wait to give it a bash tomorrow. . .



    Next to a Stihl 200T which I thought was light but feels like a brick in comparison. .



    And a toy next to a 46. .



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    Hmmmmm cheating on the Stihl brand... Not sure how I feel about this.

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    Haha yeah Still love the Stihl, at least she's not a Husky. .

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    Toying with the idea of a cordless rattle gun again, having seen the Makita I think would suit me for $399. It would be a 'travelling tool' with the aim of simplifying a few things & saving me a bit of pain & grief. Athritis is becoming a thing for me, & I find exertion can often be followed by pain for several days if I'm not careful. Disappointingly I don't think an electric rattle gun is suitable for doing up wheel nuts, but could I think be very handy for undoing a variety of fasterners. Just a few days ago I was lent an Hitach one to undo the front diff plug - so easy!

    Anyway Makita will be the brand as that's what I have batteries for. I'm wondering if anyone else has a Makita DTW700Z 'mid torque' model & if so would you recommend it as a general 'all rounder'? It is physically smaller & lighter than the Hitachi (HiKoki) one I used, but more powerful & with a variety of settings. It's weight is probably much the same as the long length of pipe I carry for leverage on stubborn nuts, & more flexible to boot.

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