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Offline roboto65

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Big pine and lean
« on: May 30, 2016, 11:23:21 AM »
I have a big pine and I have no problems with it landing on anything but was wondering how much lean a pine will take?  Would rather cut it than having to deal with a root ball cut that would probably be out of my league and to dangerous for my skill level. I have no problem felling the tree just don't want to cut it down if not necessary.

I have pics.

Not a great one but shows the lean.

And another of base.

Well I was going to post pics but apparently either my computer is slow or this sites picture system is slow and for the life of me adding pics to the message is almost as hard as coding a website which is not my forte.


Offline terry f

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Re: Big pine and lean
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2016, 08:34:58 PM »
Not sure how much lean it has, but this one has been leaning for a few hundred years



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