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  1. flyingsquirrel25 replied to the thread Tools for ivy removal in trees?.

    A military grade blow torch.......... in reality the little pry bar shared by jontree is pretty nice. We normally try to convince the...

    Apr 26, 2018 at 10:25 AM
  2. flyingsquirrel25 liked TreelineNH's post in the thread Pictures of your chipper truck, lets see them!.

    New chippy, just need some paint and possibly a new top.

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  3. flyingsquirrel25 replied to the thread River Birch help.

    River birch around here doesn’t much care what you do to them. Full on a300 drop crotch reduction 25% or heavier and they will put that...

    Apr 25, 2018 at 4:03 AM
  4. flyingsquirrel25 replied to the thread Amazing Oak Tree Anomaly.

    Kinda like pollarding. The callus wood continues to form with each consecutive injury.

    Apr 24, 2018 at 11:23 AM
  5. flyingsquirrel25 liked cerviarborist's post in the thread Amazing Oak Tree Anomaly.

    I wonder whether the sapsuckers are targeting the closure of previous sapsucker wounds on the tree, kind of like re-injuring a scab over...

    Apr 24, 2018 at 11:21 AM
  6. flyingsquirrel25 liked django kroner's post in the thread Mini skid steer shopping.

    thank you, I demo'd the 1550 today and was definitely impressed. I also demo'd the giant and loved it but I know Ill get stuck in the...

    Apr 24, 2018 at 2:33 AM
  7. flyingsquirrel25 replied to the thread Amazing Oak Tree Anomaly.

    The holes along the reaction wood look to be sap sucker, which is a little wood pecker. They are known for their systematic lines of...

    Apr 23, 2018 at 11:22 AM
  8. flyingsquirrel25 replied to the thread Mini skid steer shopping.

    We absolutely love our 1050. The only time it really bothers the lawn is when it has rained or when you go full capacity on the grapple....

    Apr 23, 2018 at 2:50 AM
  9. flyingsquirrel25 replied to the thread Work Photos.

    Negative. We were asked in February if it could be moved. It has only been in this spot for 18 years according to the owner. I was...

    Apr 22, 2018 at 12:56 PM
  10. flyingsquirrel25 attached a file to the thread Work Photos.

    Today’s planting project! Well transplanting! We got it out of the ground today and will be planting in it’s new home in 3-4 weeks....

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  11. flyingsquirrel25 liked evo's post in the thread Work Photos.

    Deleted 4-5 parking spaces, 4-6” COMPACTED gravel within 4-5’ of the trunk. Radial trenching (24-28” wide and 18” deep). Shorter...

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  12. flyingsquirrel25 attached a file to the thread Work Photos.

    Wasn’t super happy because we dug the hole set the tree and started taking the basket and burlap off. We had to pull the tree with...

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  13. flyingsquirrel25 replied to the thread Rear camera placement (on hitch plate).

    Sorry missed the center or side... Center all the way. To the side would be weird looking at trying to hook up I think. Ours is dead...

    Apr 21, 2018 at 3:41 AM
  14. flyingsquirrel25 liked Tom Dunlap's post in the thread Rear camera placement (on hitch plate).

    Does the camera need to be mounted down low on the hitch plate? Could you move it up. That might get it away from getting bumped

    Apr 21, 2018 at 3:38 AM
  15. flyingsquirrel25 replied to the thread Rear camera placement (on hitch plate).

    Mine is mounted on the cross bar attached to the frame that holds the hinges under the body. Several reasons I like this spot. 1)....

    Apr 21, 2018 at 3:38 AM