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COMPLETELY RANDOM 15 Dec 2022 01:48 #123764

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Cool Rob!!
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Love the Feathercraft!!


Some people want to know how a watch works,
others just want to know what time it is.
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 14 Dec 2022 21:44 #123760

That guy on the right just might be about to barf........

Just saying.

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I bet it's one hell of a ride in 'merry go round' mode. 

Also know as 'chumming for fish' mode. 

 
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 14 Dec 2022 18:57 #123759

That guy on the right just might be about to barf........

Just saying.

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 14 Dec 2022 00:48 #123753

 

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 12 Dec 2022 14:13 #123737

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Here you go Ray.

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 12 Dec 2022 10:07 #123735

Interesting idea Dan, 
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 12 Dec 2022 05:25 #123734

Looking at some information on patinas and aluminum I came across this video.
Golden Rocket restoration came to mind.

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 12 Dec 2022 05:23 #123733

I had a few big ones taken down at my house last week. The safe way!. I'm always in awe of you Arborists Dan. I like my feet on ground. The crane operator is a master as well.


It looks like they are getting it done and yes, the crane operator is a key player.

Cranes operators often know the weight of the load that is being lifted. With trees the load is hard to figure so conservative loads are a must. Then the 'shock loading' that happens removing trees further reduces the loads that can be lifted. It's pretty wild looking down from the tree and seeing the crane doing a little wiggling. 

These days most crane operators and tree climbers wear radio headsets, a great aid. 
 
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 09 Dec 2022 13:35 #123710

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I had a few big ones taken down at my house last week. The safe way!. I'm always in awe of you Arborists Dan. I like my feet on ground. The crane operator is a master as well.
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 09 Dec 2022 02:57 #123706

That's cool Rob. My 258 isn't original and it also is a '78.
gas....well guess I am already use to those gas guzzling inline 6's.

Mike, yes sir... I see plenty of ice cream trips ahead of me. My youngest helped me change out the headlights, he is super excited.
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