I have a customer that I did some canopy reduction for yesterday that had a huge silver maple in her tiny little down town back yard. The tree is approx. 72" bdh and has an existing cable in it supporting one leader that goes over into her neighbors yard. When I first spotted the cable I right away saw that it was wayyyy to low, and when I got up there to see it, it was strung as tight as a guitar string. The cable is installed via eye bolts drilled through the tree with a 2" washer and nut holding it to the leader. I have sold the home owner on the idea that proper, dynamic cabeling is the way to go and I will be installing a cobra system for her, I would just like some insight on what precations I need to take before installing the cobra system and removing the static cable. I dont have any photos now, but I will be back to her house on friday and will get some for ya'll then.