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Slayer_X64
Slayer_X64
get a couple of big strong sweaty men together...mmm yea...i bet they'll get that trunk moving for ya no problem ;)
youngfox
youngfox
They have the equipment and the tree is just lying there. So there is no other work needed to be done besides move said tree and call it a day.

@slayer i might just go with your idea lol
youngfox
youngfox
Just realized in my haste i originally used the wrong spelling for tree lol. Apparently a week without internet kills my ability to use words properly
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Fendante
Yeah man I feel ya. A whole ton of money :(. Hope everything is okay after the hurricane. It would've cost us 500 bucks just to seal cracks in the roof shingles; instead my dad did the work himself but twisted his back.
youngfox
youngfox
Damn i hope ur dads ok. This tree might really fuck up my funds for a few months. Cant be too mad though cuz at least i was safe and had no property damage
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Fendante
Yeah thanks he's all right now. Parents are aging...*sigh I need to get my act together and finish school. And glad you're safe, which is most important.
Slayer_X64
Slayer_X64
if you want, go buy a wood cutting axe for like $20-$50, and go chop the tree to little hunks of firewood and remove it yourself on your spare time. then sell the firewood or give it to a friend with a fireplace.
youngfox
youngfox
For those who dont know im by the south shore of long island so im grateful i was pretty much untouched. also slayer sadly its a mega tree so it might take a hell of a long time. time i dont have sadly cuz my fam wants it gone and they want me to cover most of it
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Fendante
Sorry to hear you have to pay the most. Since I heard that it's a mega tree and I don't know how thick the trunk is, sorry if this useless advice: You need to remove all the branches with a chainsaw and then, from the bottom of the tree, work your way up and cut the trunk into small pieces. After all that, chop up the branches and pieces with an axe into firewood and hopefully make some money.