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Old 05-26-2013, 04:41 PM
windflower windflower is offline
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If I had to do it by hand I think a sharp pruner and equally sharp shovel would be the way to go. It will take forever though. Since you have access I'd look into getting someone with a bobcat and flail to knock it down. The blade on the brush cutter with a loop handle works fine for me. Take it slow, stand on the down hill side of the work. The saw wants to pull the tool away from you. Never cut on the right side of the blade. I don't see a chain saw or pole saw lasting very long that close to the ground.
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