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Joe d

Storm damaged Scots pine

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Nice big vertical crack in the stem ,hanging over the road, needed a 20m machine to get it done 

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26 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

Good work. One of my favourite types of platform to use also.

Cheers piece of cake with a platform, hardest bit is staying warm !

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1 hour ago, Joe d said:

Cheers piece of cake with a platform, hardest bit is staying warm !

Never used one of them before but have recently seen another firm using one and thought they looked great!

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43 minutes ago, swinny said:

Never used one of them before but have recently seen another firm using one and thought they looked great!

Yeah was a nice machine, once we worked out how to start it !

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39 minutes ago, Khriss said:

I like how you stuck the 066 label on yr 036 to make the stump look bigger 😛 k

That was just a branch an all ! Ha

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57 minutes ago, swinny said:

Never used one of them before but have recently seen another firm using one and thought they looked great!

Perfect when you have a tow of trees 

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Pretty scary driving around when fully extended.. wobble around alot..  I would use more but transport cost often kills it.. I rekon one of these on a lowloader behind the tractor would work well.

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