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Alchad

Member
I’ve got a Sealey SMS 2008 drill sharpener, highly recommend and quite quick and easy to use. Looks to work on same principle as the Drill Doctor but seems quite a bit cheaper.
 

JCfarmer

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Location
warks
Has anyone seen or bought a Wurth 91 piece tool set? On offer from Chandlers £155.99 including vat, looking on ebay and Amazon they are around £200 or more.
 

Turnip

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Highland Mule

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Livestock Farmer
I can't fault the service I've had from SGS over the years - always fast delivery & the one time something arrived damaged they sent replacement parts (also next day delivery) out purely on my word.

I'm experiencing the opposite, and a look at Trustpilot suggests I'm not alone (and no, it's not the daft customer kind of reviews either, it's genuine problems with servce). If I'd checked there before ordering, I would never have done it. Once bitten though, won't be trying them again and certainly will be sharing my experience once/ if they finally deliver.

Notable that it took 40 minutes to get through to customer services earlier this week, and they had ten on the phones dealing with issues.
 

Highland Mule

Member
Livestock Farmer
eBay offering generous nectar point bonus on “Home and Garden” products this afternoon - 25/£ is equivalent to 12.5% discount and it goes into my pocket rather than the business.

Any thoughts on this pack? Seems very generously priced, but would it be the tool for wheel nuts on trailers etc. ? Never used an impact wrench but like the idea.

 

Dave6170

Member
eBay offering generous nectar point bonus on “Home and Garden” products this afternoon - 25/£ is equivalent to 12.5% discount and it goes into my pocket rather than the business.

Any thoughts on this pack? Seems very generously priced, but would it be the tool for wheel nuts on trailers etc. ? Never used an impact wrench but like the idea.

If its anything like a milwaukee wrench it will be an animal of a thing and you ll wonder why you havnt always had 1.!
 

carbonfibre farmer

Member
Arable Farmer
eBay offering generous nectar point bonus on “Home and Garden” products this afternoon - 25/£ is equivalent to 12.5% discount and it goes into my pocket rather than the business.

Any thoughts on this pack? Seems very generously priced, but would it be the tool for wheel nuts on trailers etc. ? Never used an impact wrench but like the idea.

What sort of trailers? Ifor style car trailers,grain trailers or lorry trailers?

I've one of the above. Undone everything I've wanted so far. Making a lemkin furrow press narrower by removing the rings has been the biggest test. It has managed to do them all so far but struggled on a couple. Wheel studs on 8 ton grain trailer, laughs at it. Took some rim bolts off an ancient 13.6/36 rim. Hadn't been undone in at least 35 years. Rusted to hell. Took them off easy 👍
Been very pleased with it.
 

roscoe erf

Member
Livestock Farmer
eBay offering generous nectar point bonus on “Home and Garden” products this afternoon - 25/£ is equivalent to 12.5% discount and it goes into my pocket rather than the business.

Any thoughts on this pack? Seems very generously priced, but would it be the tool for wheel nuts on trailers etc. ? Never used an impact wrench but like the idea.

got two here bloody good gun but will fail on really heavy stuff
 

Highland Mule

Member
Livestock Farmer
What sort of trailers? Ifor style car trailers,grain trailers or lorry trailers?

I've one of the above. Undone everything I've wanted so far. Making a lemkin furrow press narrower by removing the rings has been the biggest test. It has managed to do them all so far but struggled on a couple. Wheel studs on 8 ton grain trailer, laughs at it. Took some rim bolts off an ancient 13.6/36 rim. Hadn't been undone in at least 35 years. Rusted to hell. Took them off easy 👍
Been very pleased with it.
Sounds like it will suit me nicely.
 

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Man fined £300 for bonfire-related waste offences

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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A man has pleaded guilty at Newtownards Magistrates’ Court to waste offences relating to a bonfire next to the electrical sub-station on the Circular Road in Newtownards, Co. Down.

Gareth Gill (51) of Abbot’s Walk, Newtownards pleaded guilty to two charges under the Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997, for which he was fined £150 each and ordered to pay a £15 offender’s levy

On June 25, 2018, PSNI officers went to Gill’s yard, where they found a large amount of waste consisting of scrap wood, pallets, carpet and underlay.

Discussion with Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) officers confirmed the site...
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