In this video, we remove a large Red Oak at right front corner of a House. The tree forks at approximately 30 to 35 feet, the back fork goes up about 30 feet more and then forks again going half way over house. The front fork reaches 105 feet. Life line and lowering line are set up at 85 and 90 feet on the front fork of the tree. A second relay lowering system is set up to remove dangerous section from over the house. After the trunk was safely dropped, we used a skidder to load any heavy wood.
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