Heavy Log Truck Operator Fails and Wins While Climbing Slippery Mountain

The main problem is that these are mostly converted road tractors and do not use off road trailers. It is also designed for logging on flat, flat terrain. This is not it. I guess I can stop being mad at the snowrunner thinking that in real life the roads should be so much better. I […]

The main problem is that these are mostly converted road tractors and do not use off road trailers.

It is also designed for logging on flat, flat terrain. This is not it.

I guess I can stop being mad at the snowrunner thinking that in real life the roads should be so much better.

I guess, no.I’m not an expert on trucks and heavy machinery, but none of these trucks were log trucks, these trucks were severely under-equipped and unequipped to be used in such pathetic conditions, these trucks are made for smooth paved highways and light haul loads.

Most of the time softwood cutting is required because when you cut a lot of hardwood you cut the notch from above to get the help of gravity because hardwood is harder.

I should have used more than 1 wedge and it’s better to use a longer rod but this 1 was fine too.

The hinge was pretty wide, but with softwood you can get around that, but with hardwood most of the time you can’t get away with it because the hinge can be a “barber chair” as we call it, unless the wood is hollow.

A tree where barber chairs can maim or kill a man. I’ll say you’re aiming well, as I’m assuming it lands where you want it to land.

I have the right to comment as I have worked in bushes in eastern Canada for over 10 years.

Cutting a tree exactly where you planned it should be a rewarding experience.

There’s a lot that can go wrong without understanding experiencing how trees respond. I understand the concept but in a tight spot I would have someone like this guy take care of it.

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