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I thought the same when i first saw it but he,s just sliding the gob out....no one would be foolish enough to chog off a bit they were tied into would they:confused1:.....Nice pics M.B i like the one of the old couple standing on the trunk:thumbup:

 

well spotted,i was convinced he was roped into it as sliding off!

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I don't think there would've much 'sliding' that lump off!!

Still, better not be tied to it on free fall.

(I realise that you weren't tied to it though)

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you have to look carefully John...but he wouldn,t be here to post the picture if that had been the case...it,s a good picture and like M.B said,"an optical illusion":001_rolleyes:

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It's funny, I put it on Facebook and everyone said the same. Thanks to Peter Lau for taking shots and film of the job. Never been filmed from another perspective before, he gave me all the files, so I might put it all together if its any good :)

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I thought the same when i first saw it but he,s just sliding the gob out....no one would be foolish enough to chog off a bit they were tied into would they:confused1:.....Nice pics M.B i like the one of the old couple standing on the trunk:thumbup:

 

Haha, I was looking at that last night on FB on my phone and thought, hell, does he know he's tied in to that (someone recently here cut out the head of a tree while tied in to it) but I can see the top cut on the larger picture now.

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thought it would be an interesting thread :thumbup:

 

today again we had jerry harper in (arbwork on here) with his valtra t190 and his 32inch heizohack clearing up from this years cricket bat willow havest.

the chip had to be run 5 miles up the road by tractor to one of our wood to put down on the horse trails.. we had 3 tractoors hauling chip and jerry with his unit...

 

HI HUSKY nice kit there mate but i think you need larger trailer :thumbup1:jon :thumbup:

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HI HUSKY nice kit there mate but i think you need larger trailer :thumbup1:jon :thumbup:

 

agreed jon.. it kept 3 tractors with them trailers busy all day..

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