So I pulled a first generation Hobbs out of my shed for a project last week. I picked it up for $500 from a buddy a few years back but I haven’t used it for much. We do lots of big tree removals but I can usually get away with just a portawrap or free felling logs. This job the fir tree is between two houses so I wanted to pretension the line. When we took some pretty big tops and the first chunk of wood the rope kept skipping and flipping over itself on the cap stand. The last piece locked itself off and sent me for a pretty good ride when it came to a sudden stop 10’ below me. I’m not sure what we’re doing wrong here, but that thing isn’t working right at all. Running 3/4” stable braid. The Hobbs is tight and level on the tree. Any advice? I’ve seen videos of the H-2 Hobbs and it looks nice. There is a second fairlead on the underside on the cap stand to control the tail. This unit doesn’t have that.