for some one on a budget what do you think of this

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  1. simon

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    this is a good machine 12 ltrs a minute,bullet proof and reliable.you will be buying from Ireland,some say his customer service is terrible.sometimes what you see is not what you get,fo example wrong lance,no oil etc.if you've got loads of work and got a few bob go to rutland pumps,ben is very honest and helpful.but yes for the money they defo do the job
     
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    its just as an add on so don't want to be spending a grand+ and not looking for big 8hr jobs so it looked ideal but as you say he has some iffy feedback, have to suggest it to the mrs yet lol
     
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    Ring Ben at Rutland and tell him your budget?
     
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    You can just hire one once you got jobs lined up
     
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    yep i suppose its worth a try, if he hasn't got anything he might know of something eh
     
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    Simon, phone ben and ask him has he any ex demo ones for sale. I bought an £1100 machine of him for £800 (I think it was). It had only been used in his workshop for an hour or so, and because it wasn't boxed up and packaged like a brand new machine, I saved a serious wedge.
    Top tip, ask him to supply the applicable oils for the machine when its delivered.
    Mines a Briggs and Stratton with a gearbox, and its a beast of a machine, well pleased.
    Give ben a call mate
     
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    really ?? that sounds good, i seriously cant afford 800, but my credit card might & i could take the wifely beating later lol
     
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    Speculate to accumulate mate. Inform her of the potential wedge it will bring in, and on the first income, if she behaves, you'll treat her to a packet of minstrels:thumbsup:
     
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    she's at slimming world so minstrels are a hellish good bribe
     
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