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Vintage logging picture thread!

Discussion in 'Forestry and Logging Forum' started by astnmacgto, Jan 8, 2017.

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    tree-limbing-machine.jpg im no logger but anyone know what this thing is?
     
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    Its looks like a tree climbing delimber of sorts
     
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    So that's how loggers get coons out of a tree.
     
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    Boy those are some big trees aint they
     
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    Nice little Heisler there.
     
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    Wow that is amazing. Just think about all that work.
     
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    Heavy and dangerous work without a whole lot of regard for personal safety in those times. A guy had to be smart, tough and probably have a bit of luck to get by. It seems more so in the past than in today's world. Probably it's just perspective though.
     
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    It drives in a spiral up the tree pruning branches up to a certain height. Plantation pine kind of tool.
     
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    They hang out under the woodpile, not up in trees!
     
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    I'd like to see the spiral tree limber in operation.
     
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    Yes it is a self climbing delimber, I've seen one up close...
    It actually adjusts itself as it climbs the tree if I recall correctly
     
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    Jeepers that thing is awesome ! moves kind of fast though I would think that would be hard on the bar?
     
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    question, I wanted to edit my post but the edit button is missing? I found a typo that I want to repair but I cannot?
     
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    My edit button is missing as well
     
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    Communism I say !!! ,Putin is behind this...
     
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