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Dirtman2007
Posted: Saturday, April 19, 2008 11:35:22 PM

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All pics are from the site on pictures

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Chris


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Lashlander
Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2008 12:38:19 AM

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Cool pics! They don't make trees like that anymore. Gotta wonder if that guy got out of that truck in time?
CarlBrutanananadilewski
Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2008 5:40:12 AM

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So basically in picture 8 you die right?
radish
Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2008 6:17:11 AM

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Any chance of the FULL link, to where those pictures are stored?
LatticeCraneMan
Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2008 10:10:55 PM

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Nice interesting pics top grapplers look morelike oversized Machinist calipers !Teeth

Chet

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cat594
Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2008 11:10:31 PM
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You don't see trees like that coming out of the woods these days most of the trees I see on the way to work are maybe 10" in diameter but then sometimes you do see some good douglas irs coming in but not to often..........

William.......
Dirtman2007
Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2008 11:21:35 PM

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Yes most of the timber these days are far from the size in the pictures. I think the biggest tree I've personaly cut was around 41" in diameter. I took the 20" chainsaw all the way around and had to use the excavator to break the remaining 1" to set the log free. I know of one tree( on a farm down the street from my house) where the oak tree trunk is at least 7' in diameter if not more. Only problem is it's only about 10' of trunk before it branches off in every direction, truly a sight to be seen.

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ConstructionSite
Posted: Monday, April 21, 2008 1:29:51 AM

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Great find. You don't get to see photos like that very often, and you can probably never see enough of them either. Thank you for showing them!

- Chris
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