If I only have a couple wrecked teeth, I treat them like the rest, and give them a few file strokes and call it good. The rest of the teeth will eventually catch up, and in the meantime, I'll have a semi skip chain. No point in removing a bunch of life for little gain.If you want to save that chain, you need to remove all that damaged area. That could be so much as 1/8" to file on each tooth. A lot of file's strokes.
There are degrees of tactile testing besides jamming your finger into a cutting edge.Even the most dull-eyed cull can see the difference, if one would prefer to not bleed from experimenting with finger flesh
I'm curious what you think editorial commentary like this is supposed to accomplish.This inquiry reminds me again how generally unsuited it would seem to be that you are to tree work. But I'll give you much credit for persevering through it all. I wish you luck...you need it, sir.
Client: Hi Robert, I hear you do tree work, got some leaning towards our house, think you can take them out safely for us?
Robert: Sure I can, I’m fairly sure there won’t be a repeat of the power line incident, I’ll come along and take some photos.
Client: Okaaay, why do you need to take photos?
Robert: I will need to ask some guys on the internet how to do it.
Client: (turns to wife) you see honey? I told you we’d picked the right guy!