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tulip spar bounce and roll

Discussion in 'Tree Care Videos' started by murphy4trees, Jul 24, 2018.

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    IN order to minimize lawn damage and keep the log out of the dirt and off the ground so its easier to cut without dulling, two logs from the top were used to cushion the fall, then one log was used to stop the roll and another long limb was used to keep the wood off the ground...
     
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    Awesome. That’s big one!
     
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    Came too close to gettin away from yu Murph!

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    Amazing thinking outside of the box!

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    closer than I expected that's for sure, but there was nothing downhill to worry about. I was just trying to keep it off the lawn to make the next cut easier.. It ended up being 10' but log, so we ended up rolling it down the hill rather than trying to pick it up with the skid steer.. IN retrospect it would have been better to put a couple of blocks under the log that almost deflected away
     
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    Looks like a 75svl Kubota doing the tug'n duties?
     

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