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Sounds grim Don.

I hope they can fix you up mate.

Sounds like a nerve issue.

 

Rooting for you here.

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1 hour ago, bigtreedon said:
2 hours ago, Steve Bullman said:
Must have missed something.  What was the op for?

Pressure on my spine the pain was bad for years but but had just learnt to try and get on with it bu5 last weekend by back started to spasm and the pain unlike any other this went on for few days took Monday off couldn't work tried but I was useless then went down to near you to remove th beech it's the only tree to of brought tears to my eyezs the pain was not the most scrary part it was that my nerv signals to my legs had working so i xaoukdnt balacs take pgope steps totally immobile so i drove b back Yorkshire and 24hrs later am laid in hospital after spinal op

All the best , take your time to heal . 

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Hopefully a video in the link to my company’s Facebook page
 
 
Looks handy. Got any pics of the the thing itself?

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13 hours ago, billpierce said:
On 11/01/2019 at 20:27, josharb87 said:
Hopefully a video in the link to my company’s Facebook page
 
 

Looks handy. Got any pics of the the thing itself?

I was also interested by this throwsaw, after hearing Josh's description of its uses in windblow etc

Freeworker has two tidy looking kits, but very expensive

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or if you really want to push the boat out (you're worth it)

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coming back down to earth the bay of thieves has this version

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it's not over yet - you will notice a chainsaw chain only has cutters on one side - so those metal rectangles help to orient the chain over the limb - well a double sided one has now exploded onto the market, claiming to cut on either side 

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