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as per title really ,after some informative vids on different techniques and ways to approach the working of the tree to maximize the benifits of srt.

thanks carl

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The best and most informative videos I have found are on The Shultz Effect,

its $39, however for 5 hours worth of tutorials and tips/tricks it is worth every penny, It covers everything from advanced DdRT and basic to advanced SRT technique, well worth a look!

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thanks for all the replies, i checked out a couple of the "climbing arborist" vid, thought they where clear a nice and easy to understand, il also check out lawrence shultz ive heard good things about his vids, watched the odd rigging one, some pretty impresive sized bits in tight spots!! although i always wonder what the hell they do with it on the ground, still they often run big chippers and skidsteers in the states.

thanks again for the links, iam on the verge of getting a bulldog bone so figured i need to pep up my climbing to justify the purchase.

carl 

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finally got round to buying the shultz effect, a serious amount of info, its going to take a while to go through it all, although i think some of it may be more  elaborate than i need but iam sure ill start using some of the simpler ideas.

thanks for the recommendation :) 

carl

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