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    I’m serious. She told me that she will kill me before it arrived just so I could never use it! She’s still a bit pissed off that I just bought a bunch of new stuff I really didn’t need.
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    At least you're getting younger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by treebilly View Post
    You know you need it Cory
    nah I have one
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    Rich, you know I'm no salesman and don't have anything to gain by John selling his Wraptor, however that being said it is ludicrous that you as a high production climber don't have one. Just as I have told you ,you need a crane you also need this. I don't care if your tallest tree is 50 feet you still need it, until you have experienced effortless ascent you just can't imagine how it speeds up the job.
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    Very true, Paul - but I don't think I'd break it out for a fiddy footer.

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    Rich.

    You got this.

    Tell ur wife when she climbs the trees she can decide the access.

    Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk

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    50' is a long way carrying heavy rigging and a saw.

    Sometimes, very rarely, I can barely walk to the tree with my climbing rope bagged up, rigging rope, block/ rings, saw etc.

    Why pull up or have pulled-up what a machine will do without collaboration or subcommittee meetings. I like to be self-supported, and leave groundies to clean up as much as is efficient.
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    Or just like I always say...

    "Woman! Stifle yourself! And grab me a beer!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodean View Post
    Rich.

    You got this.

    Tell ur wife when she climbs the trees she can decide the access.

    Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
    Just a her to put on all your gear and climb it once. Ask if she thinks you need more wear and tear on the one machine you can't replace, it if that machine needs more or less energy when arriving home to the family.
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    [QUOTE=SeanKroll;899273]50' is a long way carrying heavy rigging and a saw.


    Who climbs with the rigging gear? You pull it up when you’re in position
    Iím condescending, that means I talk down to people.


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