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    10-05-2018
    I rented a pelenc with a small backpack battery to test it, the perfotmance for pruning and reduction was awesome for take downs not that great. If you make cuts in the 8-10" range the battery is empty after 25-30. And there's the weight. The saw is about 5-6 pounds with bar, chain and oil wich is very hady but on your back sit another 9-10 pounds. So if the noise and pollution isn't a problem I think the echo 2511 is a better choice.
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    05-08-2018
    You are right. The stihl chains have only 50 drive links. Would have been too easy.
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    05-08-2018
    Ok, now I got it, thank you.
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    05-08-2018
    Oregon does not have a low profile chain with 3/8? Ok then I stay with the stihl chains.
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    05-08-2018
    Damn, I forgot that video. Stihl bar and chains in the thinner option are alredy there. I use them on my 200t. But thanks for the tipp maybe as a second set.
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    05-08-2018
    I am thinkinh about it too. Was wondering how it takes bigger diameters but it looked pretty good for such a small saw. Can you put a stihl bar on?
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    05-08-2018
    Is that the echo 2511t in yor speedline video? Very good way to solve the tightening problem with the mini.
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    04-08-2017
    To the concerns abaut the clove hitch. First of all I was told to use it as a standard rigging knot. As I got more expiriencd I startet to use a running bow line for most things. What do you use when tying a log in a negativ rigging scenario? Is there something better than a running bow line with a half hitch ?
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    03-29-2017
    ThB replied to a thread Solo Tree Work in Climbing Forum
    When I do solo treework I always try to climb in a system which alows me to get to the ground with one hand. I dont use two laneyards but as a second tie in my climbing line with an srt tool on it.
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    10-11-2016
    Where do you get the side Ds for your selfmade saddle?
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    10-10-2016
    ThB replied to a thread Homemade gear in Gear Forum
    I was searching for small belt bags with that elastic band in the opening. All I found was too big so I bought chalc bags and sew the elastic in.
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    03-27-2016
    I'm not in tree work as a full time job. It's a slow growing thing, more like a hobby with some work. Puh my skill set I started with a Hitchclimber system then Spiderjack. For a half year I try to work on SRT wich works with some restrictions very well for me.
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    03-25-2016
    Hey, I'm Thomas and 20 years old. I'm from Germany and climb for about one and a half year now. I joined the forum cause it's very active with great and almost brilliant people after what I've been reading so far. A lot to learn here, glad to found that place.
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    03-25-2016
    ThB replied to a thread Bulldog Bone in Gear Forum
    First climb on the bone today it is like I expected. Im climbing on 11.5mm platinum and with about 3m of rope weigt it is selftending the slag. Awesome.
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