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Plastic felling wedge?

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I got some plastic ones for free from Rob D on here . He made a cockup on a promotion but honored it just the same . They were white with a red tip . They work as well as any . .....

Cool, thanks

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K&H. They make a lovely 'clock ... cluck ... click' noise as you get them in further.

 

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K&H. They make a lovely 'clock ... cluck ... click' noise as you get them in further.
 


With the k&h ones would you recommend the single or tripple tapered wedges. They will be used for hornbeam/oak about 50ft tall and 12-16 inch in diameter thanks.

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With the k&h ones would you recommend the single or tripple tapered wedges. They will be used for hornbeam/oak about 50ft tall and 12-16 inch in diameter thanks.


I’ve got both. They all work. Whichever’s cheapest.

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Ochsenkopf from clarks forestry not as brittle as the oregon ones I used to use , bit of a nightmare to pronounce when your ordering them though !

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