Extremely Dangerous Lumbering Fall Powered by Chainsaw

Extremely Dangerous Lumbering Fall Powered by Chainsaw

Helped out a tree lopper on a couple of occasions, doing substantially homemade and chainsaw work on the felled branches/ trees. The one thing I learned is just how heavy a fairly thin branch can be, especially with aplenty leaves. Trees look a lot lighter than they are. I suppose this is why so numerous […]

Helped out a tree lopper on a couple of occasions, doing substantially homemade and chainsaw work on the felled branches/ trees.

The one thing I learned is just how heavy a fairly thin branch can be, especially with aplenty leaves. Trees look a lot lighter than they are. I suppose this is why so numerous suppose with a leaning tree, forging some wedges in the cut, or pulling on a rope will magically make the tree go the right direction.

I latterly felled a tree leaning at 45 degrees but it had to go sideways. Set up a couple of strong ropes anchored to the base of other trees, so the cut tree was forced to fall in a given direction Worked fine. In this videotape I allowed it was funny seeing a couple of guys pulling on a rope. They obviously had no idea how numerous tonnes that tree counted.

I’ve never done these stupid things that these people do. I don’t think people realize how dangerous it is to cut down trees. 8 years ago some stupid pill head guy dropped a tree on my head and broke my back in 4 places and it was a small tree.

So if a small tree can do that, imagine what a big tree would do.I feel sorry for the guy that had the palm tree catch fire on him, those things are a mess at the best of time to trim or cut down.You should have to pass some sort of a test to purshase a chainsaw. These homeowners should take note, even the pros mess it up alot. This is a very dangerous activity, even for skilled professionals.


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