Two TreeMek’s one huge Elm tree

treebilly

Well-Known Member
#4
That was awesome. Problem is now I want two of them critters.
Were You at the craneman inc class this year hanging out with the meks? You look awful familiar.
Yep I checked your profile and it said you were signed up for it. Leather jacket right?
 
#5
That was awesome. Problem is now I want two of them critters.
Were You at the craneman inc class this year hanging out with the meks? You look awful familiar.
Yep I checked your profile and it said you were signed up for it. Leather jacket right?
Yep that was me!
 

craneguy1

Well-Known Member
#13
Wondering where mr. Poor stands in all this...but if the 110 was just going to hold, say more often, or someone went the just holding route; would the "old school" rig em and roll not be a cheaper better option?
 

colb

Well-Known Member
#14
I think this is the zone where meks are purest. The problem with grapple saws is that they grapple the limb at its base instead of its middle, resulting in a top heavy load. To be clear, I'd take that problem over most others any day of the week.

Are you figure8experience, @Rainwater ?
 
#17
I think this is the zone where meks are purest. The problem with grapple saws is that they grapple the limb at its base instead of its middle, resulting in a top heavy load. To be clear, I'd take that problem over most others any day of the week.

Are you figure8experience, @Rainwater ?
That’s not me, but I’m learning a lot from him. He makes running a k boom look way easier than it really is. A very steep learning curve exists on these machines. I’m running the 33 and he runs the 110
 
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