We run a small tree care business. Located near Frederick Md. Looking for a Climber with at least 1 year of experience. Pay is based on experience but I also believe in paying a living wage.
We do our best to offer work year round. Really depends on the weather.
Climb trees (...
I would be interested in the Morgan block as well. Seems like a well thought out, yet simple design. That will be very handy to have especially for solo rigging applications. And if you are running a lean crew. You could continue to work the tree out while your ground man is hauling brush or wood.
Is there a torque spec on the bolts that attach the engine cage to the wraptor. There are 2 on the lower front of the engine and 2 on top toward the front right above the grease fitting.
I need to pull the cage to do some engine work. Mainly just a service spark plug, oil change, fuel...
A x rigging safebloc may be an option for you. It would give you the flexibility to put your rigging point any where. It would also help in giving a consistent amount of friction.
I really like and use quite often a small portawrap. In the canopy. I can control and lower from my position.
Some thing that really helped me in the beginning, is to make a plan of how you are going to do the tree.
Where am i going to tie in.
High central lead to help with rope angles to get out on to the tips of the limbs if need be.
Where am i going to set my main rigging point. You may have to...
I feel that it is appropriate to ask. They can always decline or not do it. They may not know that you or your company has need of a review or a place to do so. I feel that your relationship with your customer is/or should be mutually beneficial to both parties. It doesn't always work that way.
Your feedwheels should not move side to side. If they are you need to look at your bearings and make sure your set screws are tight. I worked for a guy years ago that had a morbark with feedwheels like yours they get the job done but I like how bandits have the knife edge.