• brendonv's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Where do you put the universal mic? Any trouble picking up voices? Do you have to speak loudly, weve been known to say things that shouldnt be broadcasted.
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    1 Day Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread TreeStuff inventory? in Gear Forum
    Its hard to not order from TS. But I too noticed some changes in regards to a problem with a previois order. Back to the west coast i might go.
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    1 Day Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread EAB tips in Tree Felling and Rigging
    I dont get the side pics, drives me nuts.
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    1 Day Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread EAB tips in Tree Felling and Rigging
    You working under a rock, cory? We've been hammering down EAB ash here for the last two years :lol: Really, it was found first a stones throw from me, I guess your noticing it late? Our trees are falling apart here, some falling over at the base. Ive climbing some i prob shouldn't, but like with any dead tree do your homework. They say it has a taste for some ornamentals, like the fringe tree or something. No other hardwoods i've heard.
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    2 Days Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread Firewood in The Logging Forum
    The hardest part for me is climbing up the ladder to the grapple trailer seat, lol. We are looking for property/farm. I have a tiny lot now, but its tidy and hidden, and no one bust my balls as im respectful of the times and length of time i split. I dont mind the wood, and would push to do more with the proper layout. Our house is 75+ all winter, thermostat off. We burn 200 gallons a year in oil for hot water, so usually around $500 a year in heating costs. Not bad.
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread Firewood in The Logging Forum
    I park the grapple trailer next to the table, and put up to 15' long logs on it. Cut them to 18" lengths without bending over. Reach out your arms, again without bending over, and pivot your body and put them on the SS. Easy peasy. SS is a gem, super fast, like to fast. Dont get lax and youll keep your fingers, teeth, balls, etc. Rigging thimble, made by notch, whats becoming the walmart of the tree industry. lame
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread Firewood in The Logging Forum
    Depends on how tou process it, and the kind of wood your messing with. I keep the nice, straight less than 20" diameter stuff. Cut it on the table, no bending, no lifting, comveyor moves it. Its nice to go into winter with some cash. Somewhere around 20-30 cord is a nice 4500-7000 with no risk and little effort.
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread Firewood in The Logging Forum
    Im behind on my personal stash. I sold all the seasoned stuff a month ago. Yesterday i screw split some big ash apart, ill use that for myself. Ive been splitting what comes in lately right off the trailer. Keeping things neat as i plan to put the house on the market next spring.
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread Storing saw chain in Chainsaws!
    I make my own stihl chains, they come with boxes. They fit perfectly in an ammo can. The boxes fit just right in rows of two or three (cant remember). I use the chain, put back the empty box, and refill the box when low. Also have extra oull start cords and bar nuts.
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    Ive stayed home to many days because of them, just to watch the sun come out.
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    1 Week Ago
    Bleh, didnt use much. When i needed it it worked, but sat 362 days. Jim loves it i guess.
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    Im not affraid to build something, you just need to know when NOT to build something. Id prob just buy a BmG. Build the attachments if so inclined. I have an Atom, works good. You might be referencing my bmg with the winch attatchment. 1/1. Started with dave, then carl got it, then i got it, now its back near dave with jim steele.
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    I stopped watching tv and weather in July. Shoulda watched today. Got soaked. Decent sized Maple, two sets of wires and a hedge. Spliced this the other night, awesome for 1 1/2 man crew.
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    3 Weeks Ago
    I washed it when i got it. The hardware is all scratched up like someome previously drove away with it behind their truck, but maybe its normal and i just treat my stuff differently. Let me know where its going, when yall decide.
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    3 Weeks Ago
    I still have this saddle in a box. What am i to do with it?
    409 replies | 36066 view(s)
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    3 Weeks Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread Timber Framing in Odds and Ends
    Caught me sitting on the job.
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    3 Weeks Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread Timber Framing in Odds and Ends
    I was also fortunate to check out the wedding barn he built, and helped a few weeks ago raise the lawn mower shed at the fair. Good guy that Dave is.
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    3 Weeks Ago
    brendonv replied to a thread Timber Framing in Odds and Ends
    I chuckle when i read back at the start of this thread. I kept sketching myself out over the process. Im fortunate to have a friend like Dave. Now i have built timber frames sitting on pallets waiting for a new home, and timbers waiting to be worked. He created a sicko.
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  • brendonv's Avatar
    3 Weeks Ago
    Do you mill on site? I see the stickered pile, lotta lumber shuffling?
    190 replies | 4196 view(s)
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    08-09-2017
    arborworks1 started a thread Equipment care in Gear Forum
    Anyone using spray on wax to keep equipment looking sharp?
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