When I'm spurring up the skinny trees or at the tree tops I hold on to the trunk of the tree.It always amazes me that so many guys grab the tree when spurring up or down a tree
Congratulations on the popular video Kenny. I watched it again today. There is always a lot to learn from a "raw" video where mistakes and successes both exist for the viewer to see.This video of mine went VIRAL and I don’t even know why.. 6 million views and counting
Ha ha...epic evo...that is one cake tree..Kenny hardly ever contributes other than posting his videos and bailing. So I assume the replies and questions are falling on deaf ears.
Some improvements can be made, but all and all it’s pretty good. Much better and more boring than the last few I’ve watched..
Note that the fence belongs to the neighbor not the customer/homeowner.I don't know why either, except maybe for some reason Youtube's algorithm was listing it first when people searched for tree removal? Maybe a well-chosen thumbnail? (I didn't watch the whole thing..... any smoking hot bikini girls running your ropes?)
Pretty standard stuff, except how you missed the fence by 2 inches when you flew the top!
Nice work man. Congrats on the views. Now get that ad revenue!!
(P.S. I'm just breaking in a new 355T. Love it so far.)
^^^^^ True story. I noticed that too.Watch that hinge bro. If you do that in some real wood your gonna loose a log over backwards.
Rico, I have a side question for you and anybody else and don't mean to side track this thread. Which side do you adjust your flipline. I prefer my left side so the saw doesn't keep getting wrapped in the tail of the flipline. A small detail I noticed among the other things mentioned here.No really sure what going viral even means, but congrats Kenny.
It always amazes me that so many guys grab the tree when spurring up or down a tree. Thats what your flip-line is for gentlemen. Grab that mutherfucker and own it!
I have always run my flip-line adjustment on my left and my rope snap/biner on the right, but thats just me.Rico, I have a side question for you and anybody else and don't mean to side track this thread. Which side do you adjust your flipline. I prefer my left side so the saw doesn't keep getting wrapped in the tail of the flipline. A small detail I noticed among the other things mentioned here.