Discussion in 'BuzzFlix Video' started by Stihlmadd, Oct 12, 2017 at 6:25 AM.
4 1/2 day removal of a dead Euc , last half day with a 40 ton Terex crane
non-locking lanyard carabiner?
That bugger was still pretty solid wasn't it?
Maybe your coolest vid yet. I liked it, nice job.
The ISC snap hook end or the
ISC Luke oval biner ?
sorry just would like to be clear
Yah Steve - retaining moisture in the heartwood and no serious cracks yet.
that gave me the ring of confidence I needed to aggressively attack this one.
(still a few interesting moments tho)
Thankyou very much NE Tree
I like the way Ben picks up these homeless guys along the railroad tracks and puts them to work doing... er... wait... was that you, Ben?
You obviously haven't tried my hobo stew yet Jeff,
works wonders for moral
Impressive, Ben. I always enjoy your vids. Thank you for taking the time to record and share them.
Nice new light weight bar on that Stihl.
yah I prefer the rollmatic E - it doesn't last as well as the normal solid stihl bar but the flex can work to your advantage and is def lighter.
The reason in part why I record this stuff is something RegC once said in one of his videos.
something along the lines of " Once you cut the tree down no one will ever get the chance to climb it again - they won't get to see the views and sights from that tree ever again"
so I document the journey and share my journey with you good folk along the way.
What a great video to add to the collection, fine job Stihlmadd!!!
Hell of a job Ben, loved it!
Where have you been - in hiding?
I was about to re issue the milk carton photo and cash reward again.
thank you my tree brother -
Thankyou Muggs, it was a job not without its challenges.
That's all you got to say????
How about... awesome work and great video...
With trees that big you guys have to do it right...
4 days in the hooks????
that was rough.. hope you had a few climber on it...
nice work Ben!
Thankyou very much Daniel,
no I was the only climber and yes that was a good workout in the gaffs for that long yes.
appreciate the consideration in that comment .
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