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stihlmadd

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About stihlmadd

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  • Location:
    Adelaide
  • Occupation
    killing
  • Post code
    5048
  • City
    adelaide
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    Yah Steve - I do as a notorious one hander really appreciate the length that the full reach lanyard extends out to. it can get a wee bit squirrelly with the coils but overall I find it worth the wee bit of hassle for pluses during the work day.
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    glad to hear it Mick , hedges are not a big thing over here thankfully - seen plenty of posts about conny bashing , don't fancy it much myself ...
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    G'Day westphalian, my day rate is $600.00 AU - flight time is approx 37 hrs @ $1600.00 AU from Adelaide to Leeds, so how big is this hedge then?
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    two day spotted gum removal with a crane to assist with the stem section. nothing too fancy , made this video in part for the customers grandchildren. Ben.
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    Thankyou Mick, it was certainly a challenging spot to bring all that tree down into.
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    euc removal in a toight LZ this week Ben.
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    thank you very much Silky Fox, appreciate the props good Sir.
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    thankyou very much Rough Hewn, its those Beech trees in the UK that appeal to me, never even seen one let alone climbed one...
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    short compilation video of some jobs I have knocked out this year.
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    a compilation video from tree work this year to feature the Full reach and Big Boss chainsaw lanyards from Reecoil.this is a non paid friendly endorsement by me to assist a fellow climber Dan Dassin his new business venture.disclaimer ( I did get a T-shirt and a couple of new lanyards)
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    Thankyou Mick and sadly he is happily employed by the tree firm...
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    thank you billpierce, The Beast size X rings are ducks nuts for big stuff - both the bend radius and the omni directional rigging angles . - XTRA LARGE 38X28 the burning limb was the beehive getting swiftly taken care of by the ground guys . about 50 feet
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    4 1/2 day Dead Euc removal, last half day with a 40 ton Terex Crane. Enjoy Ben
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    Thankyou Mick, if you have had the pleasure of cutting lemon scented before you would appreciate the unique weight and density of this misbegotten timber. crane op and dogman were quite surprised - I laughed , good times.
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    thank you silky fox, the contractor and I agreed due to the inclosed nature of the tree and the limited access that the crane was the only way to fly. ironically I had pruned the whole tree three months before the customers decided to go ahead with the removal.

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