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Old 11-07-12   #1 (permalink)
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heres a new one for you guys..
photos of things that didnt quite go so right.
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my work mate was told to get a medium tree hung up on cs32. so he did.. so good that the winch wouldnt touch it and we broke 2 shear pins,, the botex wouldnt touch it, and the tractor reversing wouldnt touch it.. here are the pics
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Nice load of logs what kind of trees were they?
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Did you fell the other tree or climb up and cut it free ?
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Did you fell the other tree or climb up and cut it free ?
neather, snaped out the top tying it on the the tractor amd pulling it 90 degrease. it took about an hour to get it down if not longer
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Good work on the hang up, did you try and winch it sideways to snap the branch or top of your tree? just a thought, when they get stuck they do get proper stuck
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Good work on the hang up, did you try and winch it sideways to snap the branch or top of your tree? just a thought, when they get stuck they do get proper stuck
winched it in all kinds of directions.. like i said it wasnt my tree.. in the end the tractor snapped the branch by pulling it sideways
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This could be a very interesting thread indeed.

However i have nothing(that i want to) to share
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This could be a very interesting thread indeed.

However i have nothing(that i want to) to share
ahhh cumon lol
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Nice load of logs what kind of trees were they?
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any bloopers guys.. i was hoping this thread would kick off.. or do you all have to much pride
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