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  1. Looking up by the windshield to see the trees...

    Looking up by the windshield to see the trees coming instead of the incoming traffic !
    Well, not really smart... and a bit of worrying for the occasional passenger:/:
  2. I play with this idea too. How much power is...

    I play with this idea too.
    How much power is needed to run such a trolley, heavily loaded of course and on a decent slope ?

    I'm thinking on the mini K-boom too, but that should be the following...
  3. Thread: Leaners

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    So... I did it !:rockon:Yes ! Nothing glorious,...

    So... I did it !:rockon:Yes !
    Nothing glorious, just a small maple leaning toward a building. But slowly and carefully, I managed to make my body and my mind come to an agreement. At least this...
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    The steel cable doesn't help, but the main actor...

    The steel cable doesn't help, but the main actor of the backlash is the grip plier itself. You get the same when you clamp seriously some steel stock for welding or folding. With a rotating cam (for...
  5. Thread: Leaners

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    Well, I hear you. I have to put that on my...

    Well, I hear you. I have to put that on my improvements list and my mind on it.
    It will be a challenge to convince my body that I should be fine with the "top" technique.
  6. Thread: Ideas

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    For me, the refractory cement (or bricks) has...

    For me, the refractory cement (or bricks) has only one purpose : sustaining the direct contact of the high heat and eventually the fire blast from a oil or gas burner without cracking and crumbling...
  7. Thread: Leaners

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    I'm not comfortable at all with the spikes, the...

    I'm not comfortable at all with the spikes, the leaners and the dog leg parts are a nasty challenge for me. I can't stand on the top side of the leaner, as it should be, by fear of falling sideway to...
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    I don't see it would work well. I tried that ...

    I don't see it would work well. I tried that
    The parent's garage under the terrace had a massive leak through the multilayer concrete roof (never found where was the leak) and water was dripping...
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    Wow, that's a beauty. And the sound !!! Love...

    Wow, that's a beauty.
    And the sound !!!
    Love it.
    I'd like to see one with 6wd for off roading, maybe not so nicely built for the show.
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    You make a big bloc of concrete in the ground,...

    You make a big bloc of concrete in the ground, sink in it (or bolt) some strong steal like a small beam or two, and bolt on it (them) the pole with a small gap between the butt and the concrete.
    ...
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    I bought one of these chinese garden crap trolley...

    I bought one of these chinese garden crap trolley with 4 wheels to try the idea.
    Less than 100 bucks, it isn't a big loss.
    So, it's way too much weak for a treeman and has a poor stability on an...
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    I think you really do, but the way you present...

    I think you really do, but the way you present and explain it doesn't help at all.


    May I add, pics and links out of subject?
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    wow too ... I had no idea about that amount of...

    wow too ...
    I had no idea about that amount of work/ supply/ money involved.
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    I'm drooling, awesome machine. But I can't...

    I'm drooling, awesome machine.
    But I can't envisage it, even in my best optimistic dreams.
  15. Thread: Ideas

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    For the splitter, the first I saw in the vids...

    For the splitter, the first I saw in the vids with the box wedge is the Tempest Wood Splitter. It's an horizontal unit, one or two ways.
    <iframe width="560" height="315"...
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    For the burner, one important point I see is the...

    For the burner, one important point I see is the duration of the process, regardless of the unit's size. For a mobile system, running from one job site to the next, all has to be ended before...
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    But the little inanimate things are gifted to do...

    But the little inanimate things are gifted to do that, as much as the animate things (may I call them people?).:D

    The crankshaft of my 064 broke at the clutch 2,5 years ago. Never took the time to...
  18. Well, I wouldn't call that "small", seeing the...

    Well, I wouldn't call that "small", seeing the pics.
    Impressive.=D&gt;
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    My 440 was acting too, low power, irregular idle....

    My 440 was acting too, low power, irregular idle. Suddenly the saw jammed during a cut with a big "clac". Piece of steel in the wood ? No, the chain was fine.
    She started again after that and...
  20. Thread: Trust

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    I really hate that. That's why I can't trust my...

    I really hate that. That's why I can't trust my spikes and I don't like the changes in my supports, like lanyard to nothing and nothing to lanyard (to pull it up/down on the spikes).
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    I bought one, thinking I could do something with...

    I bought one, thinking I could do something with it after some improving work. But I didn't took the time, even the chain holder can't give the same angle on the both sides. Crap tool.
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    If the chain is rock dulled, you can trash it and...

    If the chain is rock dulled, you can trash it and bring a new one.
    I fill for myself some badly dulled chains, but to get some money, I think it doesn't worth the time nor the trouble. A new chain...
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    Call my sissy but I can't do that. Some time...

    Call my sissy but I can't do that.
    Some time I'm very bothered, because it's either killing it (them) or leave it around and most likely condemn it to death by cats or cold. Always birds up there...
  24. Thread: Trust

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    For me, it was the opposite : trusting my gear...

    For me, it was the opposite : trusting my gear helped me big time to begin to trust in me.
    Except for the spikes, I can't overcome my mistrust.

    My (self) learning class was for the most part in...
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    So that's why ... Thanks for the explanation, I...

    So that's why ...
    Thanks for the explanation, I worried about that;)
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