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...so a 380mm tree is Large now ? Either I am getting older or trees are getting smallerer. .. k

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Eeee... I remember when all this were fields ... 😄
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1 hour ago, Khriss said:

...so a 380mm tree is Large now ? Either I am getting older or trees are getting smallerer. .. k

In old money cs32 was and still is medium trees the old cs33 was large trees over 750mm and this still does exsist as felling of large tree and crown break down,i agree with you Kriss a tree of 380mm is not that big really, but to some it will be massive, its not that long since some one rang me and said i have a very big pine tree in my garden thats swaying about in the wind and all the earth is moving round the base can you come and take it down, got there looked at it and customer said you wont do it in a day as some one else had said day and a half, it was under 12" and about 20-25ft tall, 2 hrs done and 2 brews as well. photo below is a big tree saw is 461 25" bar stump 52" across,

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...did a 100' plus wellingtonia with Stihl 036, abt 5 foot across at felling height, Big tree fell on old tickets, but if I had used 066 with 48" bar , it would have fitted in my Small Tree ticket ( which is all I have *hehe*) k

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18 minutes ago, Khriss said:

Those are the jobs that make this game worthwhile Spud ;) k

your not wrong there Khriss on a job at the moment with some big beech in it and there is one or big lumps in there, 1 cubed up to 12 cube and will hit the deck with one hell of a crash, and i love it, 

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