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150 ft Redwood Removal - Italy

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Really good find Tim, must have been a fatiguing day for them, blocking down that stem in such small pieces must have been a killer and as you pointed out, confined! looked like a fast road right next to the tree as well as the house.

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hats off! the surgeon looks as cool as a cucumber at 2.10 ( arms folded!!!)

ive never thought of felling a butt in quarters...

 

We have to fell the big Canary Island Plams in quarters 'cos most are over a meter in diameter and the bloody stuff is horrible to cut through!

 

Awsome vid, incidentally, makes our 'dismantle sectionaally and fell to ground levels' look a bit tame!

 

:blushing:

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REad Georgio's response to me at Utube...he said it took 5 days!! That would be $15,000 or more, over here.

 

i'm not surprised that job took 5 days thats a hell of a lot of timber/tree to take down, deal with and remove in a tight space without crane.

 

The tree in my avatar took 3days and its nothing compared to that.

 

And Qtip I see what you mean by intresting :001_smile: we have to try it out sometime ourselves.

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