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Discussion in 'Tree Climbing, Pruning, Felling' started by Guest, Dec 3, 2008.

  1. Guest

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    GREAT pics Team Green :)

    you said they were easy to chip, got any pics of the chipper?
     
  2. Guest

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    How was that tooo chip????? :confused::confused:
     
  3. Guest

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    They didn't get all tangled up on eachother?

    Seems the same when a climber berries his or her ground men. Doesn't seem efficent to me.

    One thing I definietely agree with though is that is a cool pictures of all three on top of eachother.

    Nice removal with the other one too.

    I like the sign.

    How long do you guys leave that up before you finish the tree?
     
  4. Guest

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    Um,..

    Wait how big is your log you are looking to save.

    Diameter and Length

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  5. Guest

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    The tree with the poster on it right?

    How far would you be looking to move it?

    What type of tree is or was it?

    Seem to be pretty costly, mobile climbing tree? at 58 feet long and almost 5 feet in diameter your going to need a BIG TRUCK!!!

    Elaborate on the public relations, I am not trying to knock ya one bit more or less I am having problems painting the picture.
     
  6. Guest

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    Here's a cool pic when we dropped 3 50' dead trees atop one another "on the dime".
     
  7. Guest

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    That was a breeze for chipping. These one's a different story...
     
  8. Guest

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    I don't have a lot to compare in time consumption on clean-up when the trees were stacked up. It wasn't bad though.

    The signs only cost $5 each from a local printer and stay up for 1-2 days usually on the weekends. I put out 100 signs every month though because they seem to be effective.

    This tree trunk is a little tricky because of it's size. I want to preserve it and make a display for trade shows with it, but I am having difficulties deciding how to do that when it's 35" in height (length) or how to erect it on site from a tri-axle trailer.
     
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    I want to save as much of the 35' x 58" trunk as possible. I am wanting to use it as a mobile climbing tree for entertainment by adding climbing grips and artificial limbs for looks. I have even looked into adding the automatic belay units for extra umff. I just think this would be an extremely effective form of public relations. IMO.
     
  10. Guest

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    That would make a climber to teach employee's how to use the equipment they will be needed. Looks like you need a Low Boy and front loader to remove that.
     

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