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Short video clip of a crane removal I tag teamed last week. Josh Rooker wearing the helmet cam. I was somewhere on the ground 'resting/dying' between climbs

 

 

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Some day I'll secure a job worthy of a crane and if it looks half as tidy as that I'd be proud! Nice work. 

Any idea of volume/tonnage? just curious.

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3 minutes ago, Conor Wright said:

Some day I'll secure a job worthy of a crane and if it looks half as tidy as that I'd be proud! Nice work. 

Any idea of volume/tonnage? just curious.

These last 2 lumps were 6.5t between them alone 

 

 

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Nice.

Loved the swing at about 2.22.

 

Could have done with a guitar based rock soundtrack, mind.

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Excellent Love seeing those "V" cuts lift off.Like a jigsaw puzzle.

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Why the v shaped cuts guys?
I’m guessing it aids in keeping control of the limbs, stops them from moving around and obviously gives the crane driver those extra few seconds grace to see you get clear after making the cut before he operates and moves on the controls?

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