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    National Trust Birling Gap get seriously equipped…

    The National Trust Birling Gap have serious terrain and scrubland to maintain so they needed a serious machine that could cope with the conditions that the Seven Sisters had to offer, so as part of their extensive research Glen Redman of the National Trust spoke to Rupert at AMP Services in Hove who recommended the AS-Motor AS 84 professional brush cutter.

    The guys at Birling Gap tested the machine in some gruelling conditions and found the AS 84 was by far the easiest machine to use on steep slopes and would cope with thicker brush than any of the other machines tested. Apart from the obvious German build quality the biggest deciding factor was the ease of use with the steering making it almost effortless to use in these conditions.

    Image from left to right: Glen Redman & Adrian Harrison of National Trust, Rupert Bushell of AMP Services and Dave Morgan of National Trust.

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