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150 ft Redwood Removal - Italy

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My post is not meant to denigrate the obvious skill shown in the video, of that there is no doubt. Its just I've done a few of these, and I dislike endless slabbing down of short lumps on ropes.

 

You got that right!!

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I'm sorry but I've a few photos 'cause I'm often called by firms to cut down trees. I've got some photos in the link

To Phenom: The rope is ok 'cause has an average break strengh of about 80 Quintals, The speed line was wery vertical and the pieces made slide weigh max 3,5 quintals

To RBTREE: The zone was limited, and I didn't use a crowbar 'cause I used a 32 quintals hoist

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Ciao Giorgio, Phenom fare una domanda, corda dissolversi esterno , ? scusa mio Italiano non buono

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To RBTREE: The zone was limited, and I didn't use a crowbar 'cause I used a 32 quintals hoist [/font]

 

Gotcha! But how did you lift the sections to fit the ratchet strap underneath...?

 

Small space for sure.....but I've employed a vertical speed line in tighter spots..but never with wood that large! (did you understand my explanation of how it works?

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