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sawinredneck

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A crane removal isn't that hard.......just intimidating till you do a few. Just think sawinredneck......it could place you wherever you want. Bulk or not:D
Thats just mean man, just mean:lol:

It would have been nice on that little Elm, climb it once, set the chockers and tie to the crane. Climb down and take th whole tree off at the stump:lol:
 

lumberjack

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None of the crane companies here allow it. I've flown once way back when, and I've tied off to the hook once (about 20' off the ground).

Later that day I got to fly, I had to hump the 120' up the pine to set the first sling. That was a bitch.

They say that either OSHA/owner/insurance doesn't allow it.

There's only been 3 jobs where my lift helped on the job.
 

No_Bivy

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I thought OSHA made the revision so it is OK......sometimg at the buzz, but can't remeber.
 

SkwerI

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What OSHA allows and what the crane companies believe to be allowed by their insurance are two completely different things. :(
 
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