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Author Topic: Tweak & Tune Cutting ugly "hedgerow" Ash Tree's With A 48mm 365 HTSS  (Read 206 times)

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A couple of things I wanted to get on this...first obviously the tweak and tune along with 365 HTSS first tree. But also that 390...more commentary to come on that one. I have a "trend" developing and not quite ready to put it on the channel. BUT that is the preview. Also waiting for folks to ask why I don't use wedges on those down logs....and some may observe how they "break" open so wedges aren't needed. Last yet again I will get lambasted for not cutting in the "proper" spot on these trees. To I ask what IS the proper spot. For me it's getting the tree on the ground without getting hurt and without wasting a chain :) But anyway ..a lot of little things for future channel discussion started in this video.
( Thank You Matt S. & Nathan M. For the lessons over the last 15 years , even an old farmer can learn stuff! )

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