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  1. Toomuchsawdust

    New (I think) Retrievable Redirect

    Trucks tensioner pulley just straight up fell off. Luckily I have my gear with me and I'm thinking of redirects.
  2. 123Craig

    Where I'm at & request for any advice...

    Started removing slightly bigger (generally single stem) trees recently (when I say bigger, it's nearer 100' compared with 80'). After limbing the trunk as far as the bucket can reach - I climb from the bucket to work on the remaining tops. I've been doing these tops spurless as the boss...
  3. ArchiePittsburgh

    Retrieving multiple SRT redirects

    I've been using this system recently to retrieve hardware from their anchor points. It's pretty simple and can be used with a basal or canopy anchor. Is there another way to retrieve more than one hardware redirect? There's room to improve-if the side of the redirect towards the canopy anchor...
  4. J

    Canadian arborist looking to climb some Eucalyptus regnans

    Hi folks, I'm a Canadian arborist who's taken a bit of a leap and traveled to Australia for some work experience. I feel there is a lot to learn by immersing myself in a different ecosystem and by observing the variety of different approaches to our trade this country has to offer. This goes...
  5. Alex Black

    Hey! Alex Black here, new to tree buzzz.

    Just wanted to drop a quick line for those who I've met IRL and those who I know frequent this forum. Good to be here! looking forward to contributing to some discussions about all things climbing, trees, and awesome. over 5 years experience, mostly climbing but a little bit of all phases of...
  6. jcarufel

    Canopy Anchors and the Texas Tug

    Here is a blog post explaining some different canopy anchors and the Texas Tug method. This is aimed at beginners and people looking to learn a bit about canopy anchors. Let me know what you think! Click the picture below or here!
  7. 123Craig

    SRT/Lanyard Canopy Tie-In/Cinch Options?

    Trying to figure out choked wire/steel core flipline solutions led me to some ideas for use with Rope Lanyard/SRT Tie-In. These are just ideas and options - SRT is so new to me so I'm (re)discovering a lot of what most of you may know anyway. SRT is amazing - I seem to get new ideas to try every...
  8. ArborMan23

    rope runner

    so i was messing around on a buddies rope runner and i think im gonna go get my own, but i was wondering if anyone has any ideas on how to make the grip part less painful on the hand
  9. ArborMan23

    rope runner

    so i was messing around on a buddies rope runner and i think im gonna go get my own, but i was wondering if anyone has any ideas on how to make the grip part less painful on the hand
  10. RopeShield

    Thera band knee ascender

    Old big shot tubing would work to. I used 1/2" tubing and 5/8 rope cover Easy build with simple seizing Easy dismantle to repurpose ascender Speed link and bow shackle to jacket to ascender Very compact Happy Sunday
  11. TREEfool

    Why you shouldn't use non-locking carabiners!!!

    Haha, ya... I don't know if many arborists climb with non-locking biners hanging off their harness but I have like 10,000 non-lockers so I usually bring a bunch into the canopy with me just for hanging stuff off of other stuff when tree camping. On my last trip I lended (lent?) a bunch of gear...
  12. L

    Looking for gear for sale SRT

    In need of rope wrench, 150 ft hi-vee rope, srt climbing kit, and a double locking caribiner, floating d saddle already got most of this stuff just had it for a while and need some new

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