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  1. LittleLebowski

    LittleLebowski Super OPE Member

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    I'm open to learning, done this before but not at such a steep angle. IMG_0399.JPG IMG_0399.JPG IMG_0400.JPG
     
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    Lightning Performance Knuckle dragger swinging member

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    Chain, rope, winch or come-a-long. Pull it off if you know not what to do. We all have our ways. I'm not willing to guide you based on the fact I do not know your skill level. Myself, I would stand her up and let her come back off the snag. Two ways to do that with a saw. Ten ways to get killed. GL
     
  3. LittleLebowski

    LittleLebowski Super OPE Member

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    Might be best, thank you for answering. I'm more than happy to sit in the corner, color quietly, and listen :D
     
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    Is it trying to uproot?
     
  5. Lightning Performance

    Lightning Performance Knuckle dragger swinging member

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    Another WOW day. Guess he didn't want help from a well seasoned pro.
     
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    jakethesnake I Am The Snake

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    How would you stand that up with a saw. ? I'm not too bad with a saw but I can't make that stand with one??
     
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    RandyMac Stiff Member

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    Go ahead and dab at the back of it until it 'chairs, just for the noise of it.
     
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    RandyMac Stiff Member

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    Lightning Performance Knuckle dragger swinging member

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    Wow pics and everything. I thought he would jump on advice from Randy Mac... wtf...


    Nope not going there. Way to easy for him to loose a foot or leg or worse, nope, not me.
     
  10. LittleLebowski

    LittleLebowski Super OPE Member

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    Leaving it alone for now. It's in a bad spot for vehicles to get close to.
     
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    RI Chevy Stihl Runner

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    I used rope and pulled my last few down. Safest way for me to get the leaners on the ground.
     
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