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    Helicopter Elm Tree Removals!

    Thanks mate! And you sure did ha! Yeah think he's got around 17-18 hairs now ha!
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    Helicopter Elm Tree Removals!

    Like i said in a previous comment im just one of the climbers, i just get told where to go and what to do
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    Helicopter Elm Tree Removals!

    Here goes... We removed 22 trees and the land we was working on was a basically a small mountain and with us having to chip all wood on site (including the stem wood) it would have taken a to long, so the company decided to get the clearence team on the other side of the hill and fly the trees over which took 6 hours of total flying time (Around 120 lifts), I dunno the cost of the chopper as i dont do the pricing im just one of the climbers but it can lift max 1300kgs. Our average lifts was 4-600kgs but some stem wood we went around a ton. And unfortunetly not but that would have been cool hahaha!
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    Helicopter Elm Tree Removals!

    I should have explained, the tree's we are removing have dutch elm disease which is a bio hazard here in NZ. It is protocol to chip all the wood on site and leave on site no matter how big the stems are (trust me ive done alot of ripping and chipping over the past month and its taking its toll ha)!
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    Helicopter Elm Tree Removals!

    Video from a helicopter removal video we did in Remuera, Auckland. Most intense/fun day i've ever had at work!
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    Another New Zealand work vid! My first crane job!

    Thanks for taking the time to leave the feedback Reg! I pretty much just did what i was told by the dogman but your advice makes perfect sense! I'll be taking it on board and thanks for your vids, pretty much watched all of them ha! They've learned me a great deal!
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    Another New Zealand work vid! My first crane job!

    Yeah mate loving it! Yeah was a tough day i was ruined after it haha... And i was on comms with a guy on the ground, he called most of the shots but it worked out pretty well
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    Another New Zealand work vid! My first crane job!

    Thanks mate! Really appreciate the feedback!3
  9. Footage of my first crane job, got alot to learn but it sure was fun!
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    New Zealand work edit!

    Nope that wern't are crew, think i did hear about it though
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    New Zealand work edit!

    Thanks mate! I hope your keeping well to
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    New Zealand work edit!

    Hi mate, thanks for the feedback! Yeah i did it myself, i'll be posting fresh videos up regulary!
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    New Zealand work edit!

    Wow awesome video! Plenty of manky radiata for you to slay in NZ.. Great place to enjoy the down time too. I love getting out on the kayak myself. Who are you working for? Yeah loving it mate! What an awesome place! And im working for Treescape
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    New Zealand work edit!

    Recently landed in New Zealand and working in Auckland. Absolutly loving it!
  15. Conorjm10

    Contract Climber North West

    Contract climber looking to fill a day or 2 per week. Recently set up on my own and wanting to fill the days in around my own work. Have 5 years experience, CS30,31,38,39. Have access to my own truck and chipper if needed, if not i'm happy to just climb. Have all my own rigging kit, top handles and ground saws upto 661. Will travel 25 miles from Wigan. £150p/d. Here is a video i made from a weeks work i did: Email: info@cjmtreecare.co.uk Thanks.


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