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Wranglerstar technique

Discussion in 'Forestry and Logging Forum' started by Weesa20, Feb 7, 2018.

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    On further thought he could be leaving the stumps high so he can push them out with the dozer. They might be on the house site or road alignment.
    Thanski
     
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    Lol! I don't know that he's that bad on everything. I think he's an ok egg overall. His videos just got to where the point was another video and the content was entertainment instead of educational. I have very little time to spend being entertained, I wasn't learning anything, so I stopped watching.
     
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    I remember reading an article about him and apparently YouTube is how he makes a living.

    Gotta sell out to eat out.
     
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    If the tree is sound, no broken or rotten looking limbs, nothing to hang up on, & leaning where it needs to go, I’ll cut a low stump.

    If it’s sketchy,
    I’m cutting it where I can constantly watch the Top, & also be in a position on my feet so I can move quick if need be.

    In order to cut flush, one has to be bent over too much to watch a sketchy top.

    It’s really that simple.



    Wrangler Star should have a warning label like the CDs at Walmart.
     
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    All I know is you don’t really understand why others do what works for them so you criticize them: even after they have given you more than sufficient explanations of why they do what they do.
     
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    I stopped watching him a long time ago. I think he lives in his own bubble and also tries to show how much he knows. Some of the times it was worth while but it got to the point where often it was not. I cringe watching him run a saw. He knows enough to be dangerous.
     
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    He has a darling new baby.
     
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    Did he YouTube the conception, the entire gestation period, and the birth?
     
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    KiwiBro Hold my beer and film this...

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    The conception was brought to viewers by lucas sawmills, founding gestation sponsor was fiskars, and the birth was co sponsored by oregon and baileys online. I thought everyone knew that, sheesh.
     

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