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    treebilly replied to a thread Mike Rowe on TED in MBTV
    Great post and link. He had another vid about following dreams that I really liked.
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    treebilly replied to a thread Big chipper in Gear Forum
    For a grand you might as well replace both Paul. Honestly it's a production machine. Do it and don't have any issues with the suspension again.
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    That sounds like an ideal schedule Levi. I've always said if I go on my own it'll be four days and maintenance/ bidding the fifth. In theory it sounds good.
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    That is a sweet gig. We did a bunch of it the last couple of years. Easy work. Even had a few of the smaller towns argue with the cable company enough to have us do it to standards, not just stub cut out a 3x3 box.
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    Don't that just piss you off! I fell a decent sized maple against an old barn that was being torn down an the only thing I damaged was the gutter.
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    treebilly replied to a thread Little Stump Grinder in Gear Forum
    Yep. I suspected. Approaching 40 seems to be a turning point. I'm going through it now and several others in our era as well.
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    treebilly replied to a thread Little Stump Grinder in Gear Forum
    Nice looking set up Sam. You're gearing up pretty well. Just out of curiosity, how old are you? Seems to me approaching the age that I don't like a boss.
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    3 Days Ago
    What Carl said. They can give you a good tingle though. It'll piss you of in the rain trying to hook them back up. Or I could've been doing something wrong
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    4 Days Ago
    Zack what size truck do you have?
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    treebilly replied to a thread Cable core test in Gear Forum
    Sam do you mind if I show that to the guys I work with. I've been saying for years it's a false sense of security. Only reason I use one is I like how they flip
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    treebilly replied to a thread Stein Arbor-Trolley in Gear Forum
    What do you want to tow it with Sean?
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    treebilly replied to a thread New toy! in Chainsaws!
    You'll be very pleased with it. I just got my second one after 3 years off hard use. It gets used every bit as much as my top handle. I try to stick to either a 20" or a 25" bar. It'll pull a 28" just fine but that's what the 661 is for. I want to take my 362's and trade them toward another 461. Sean thanks for reminding me of the recall. I need to check mine.
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    treebilly replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    I don't know about the disc size but the yellow jackets technically have four sides. You need to switch sides of the wheel for that though.
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    5 Days Ago
    I just say good job except for that damn color of saw after the PPE lashings. Keep your left hand free!:lol:
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    1 Week Ago
    I'd run a second guy line from my anchor point to reassure the pole doesn't snap. Tearing down phone and cable isn't usually life threatening but depending on time of day it could be. I knocked a cable service line down two hours before a Browns' game once. Holy shot was that guy pissed. Had him up and running with 30 minutes to spare. The repair didn't cost us a thing and the cable guy bought us a 12 pack because he was on OT and got to make good money.
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    treebilly replied to a thread Homemade Charcoal in MBTV
    Patrick's is prolly for cooking and I have no idea for Paul's. I'm wondering if I lay a plate of steel down and place my upside down bucket of wood on top, if I could have a normal bonfire and collect the charcoal the next day or so. It's hard for me to justify a good fire in a barrel. It's just not as fun hanging out with family and friends that way. Anyone know if it would work with out using the second barrel. On another note, I remember making char cloth as a kid. You cut up an old cotton t-shirt and put it in a coffee can over the fire. It would cook the chemicals out and you were left with a black and brittle cloth that would coal up with a spark. Survival weekends in scouts taught me a good bit.
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    treebilly replied to a thread Wheeled skidsteers. in Gear Forum
    Wide turns whether it's wheeled or tracked. one also needs to know when a lawn is to wet to enter. The thing I really like is that I can spin around on a single sheet of plywood if I need to.
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    treebilly replied to a thread Homemade Charcoal in MBTV
    I'm gonna give it a try. I just need to scrounge up a small drum somewhere
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    treebilly replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    It's gonna depend on the job. If you're working off of the front or back of the truck, rubber won't matter much, except the tippy point. Working off of the side, I really prefer the loaded side to be touching.
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