Climbing spikes and harness

The Kalmyk

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#1
I’m in need of climbing spikes and harness. I have some trees that need to go. If your not up for selling I can throw some cash your way to use them for a few weeks.

Thank you
 

fidodie

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Staff member
#6
get a quote from my cousin Patric @ wildlife tree and landscape, freehold
732-492-5932

his co does this stuff for a living, and if you just want them down so you can delimb/buck them, i'm sure he'll accommodate.
 

The Kalmyk

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#8
get a quote from my cousin Patric @ wildlife tree and landscape, freehold
732-492-5932

his co does this stuff for a living, and if you just want them down so you can delimb/buck them, i'm sure he'll accommodate.

Noted. I will need a pro at some point. I have some 80-90 footers I wouldn’t dare do myself. The two I want to take down are around 40-50 feet.
 

SmooveP

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#16
Years ago, I rented a scissor lift for this purpose. It had "offroad" tires and a big enough bucket to hold branches. (Some big branches were above the roof of my house, so letting them fall wasn't an option.) Got it from a crane rental place in Lakewood/Brick area. They delivered it to my house and I kept it for the weekend. Made the job so much easier and safer.
 

The Kalmyk

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#17
Years ago, I rented a scissor lift for this purpose. It had "offroad" tires and a big enough bucket to hold branches. (Some big branches were above the roof of my house, so letting them fall wasn't an option.) Got it from a crane rental place in Lakewood/Brick area. They delivered it to my house and I kept it for the weekend. Made the job so much easier and safer.
Funny you mention.

I got a quote on a 60 footer a few weeks back. 4k for a month. I seriously have 40k worth of trees to take out of my yard.

Thinking just drop the trees, make a mess of the yard and clean little by little. Sweat equity never hurt a man! Plus great workout.