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2 hours ago, Gray git said:

Eventually got everything together and out with the newest machine to hit our fleet.
Made such light work of this beech which otherwise would have involved a lot of rigging over a crumbling wall and a bt line.
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I think we've just seen the answer to 2 rope working!

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I think we've just seen the answer to 2 rope working!
No rope working! The ultimate solution!

Once Italy gets back on its feet after its current battle we have a remote control coming which will really make things interesting and a rotating man basket to effectively turn her into a 25m mewp with approximately the same footprint as the equipment tracked machine.
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Those pictures just made my day Mr Git....I,ve always said you are the inspector Gadget of the Arb world....You just took it to the next level !!!!

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On 22/03/2020 at 12:40, Gray git said:

Eventually got everything together and out with the newest machine to hit our fleet.
Made such light work of this beech which otherwise would have involved a lot of rigging over a crumbling wall and a bt line.
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Monster kit! 

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Taking the privet down about a foot. Using the EGO 65cm cordless hedge trimmer we bought last year for not a lot of money. 

 

Did a great job on high speed. It was far better than my top of the range Husqvarna hedge trimmer. I was impressed and it makes work easy.

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Eventually got everything together and out with the newest machine to hit our fleet.
Made such light work of this beech which otherwise would have involved a lot of rigging over a crumbling wall and a bt line.
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The power of those merlo is incredible, always suprises me what they can do.
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The power of those merlo is incredible, always suprises me what they can do.
It's so stable and can actually be very delicate on the control's
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Decent bit of forwarding for the last 3 days, nicely keeping self isolating in the tractor cab and a secluded lunch in the sun, but of a bugger when the trailer decided to have a nap as well

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This small dead ash tree was at the top of a embankment with immovable ornaments at the bottom so cutting and chucking wasnt a option and rigging the tree off itself wasn't appropriate so we set up this light traverse system between two small ash trees at either side probably 30meter apart it's a shame the video is spoiled buy the sun

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