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stihlmadd

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  • Location:
    Adelaide
  • Occupation
    killing
  • Post code
    5048
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    adelaide

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  1. Indefatigable a compilation of tree work shot during 2019 . https://youtu.be/55vmPLm2WlU thank you Ben.
  2. https://youtu.be/71QdyImbSnA three days of Tassie blue removals at Mylor clearing a wood lot for construction. Youtube won't let me load 1080 hd videos anymore so this could be the last one I make. Ben.
  3. Thankyou very much Erik, appreciate you saying so 😁 as to making it look easy - it's practice and more bloody practice...
  4. thank you very much Ian, I calculated that the spread would fit and stay in position once it landed .. 😉
  5. No Love Lost. nothing fancy , easy friday twin radiata removal at a horse stud. thank you , Ben.
  6. Thankyou very Much Mick. sometimes unintentionally you end up with some enjoyable video. Ben
  7. https://youtu.be/Loh-b4ZbTvA confined space removal - all rigged out from december 2018. Ben
  8. nothing fancy - just a good fun removal. Ben
  9. tail end of an emergency removal . finishing off this tree with a KATO crane on the last day. sorry that all the footage I was able to record. Ben
  10. Dying Red gum retrenchment , being pruned back for the installation of habitat boxes, I didn't get to install the boxes though.
  11. Thankyou Bill, yah - all X-rings affair bar the wee ISC block I cart around for the redirected rig points on the fly.
  12. Yah - I will be buggered if I know how I dropped the ball on that one Mick. thank you very much for the save - appreciate it. I wouldn't describe myself as a luddite but I am not the most technically literate individual either.
  13. https://youtu.be/d3Cc9bdiuFQ dang it's been a while , a Radiata pine removal at a rural location , nothing too dramatic but it was a bit windy. Ben
  14. Thankyou very much Bill.
  15. Thankyou very much Erik, it was a job site and tree not without its challenges thats for sure.

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