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WoodED, October 18, 2012 in Picture Forum
The willow in the video had a very bad back lean with heavy decay at base large vertical cracking up base of the stem I climbed the willow and removed some weight off the back buy jumping over the fence then we put 2 18mil lines in and two machines and a 3120xp
The day finally arrived for our shutdown. Taking out the ash tree on the right near to pole mounted transformer, took a couple of pictures when up near the 11kv pole as it's a rare view. Just about got it done within the allotted shutdown time, chogging down while they took the earth off and put the electric back on.
Glad that one's done.
Retopped Douglas and sycamore removal from a walled garden.
No way of getting the chip truck or trailer in so chipped over the wall and loaded the wood across with the machine.
Saved a lot of bother and ballache.
Down to newmarket today to take a ash tree down left leeds 7.30 this morning tree was all done buy just after 2pm
Looking good. Your fourth picture down is showing a petzl srt setup.
Can you recommend it.?
Looking good. Your fourth picture down is showing a petzl srt setup. Can you recommend it.?
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