Stump removal



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Not at all if done correctly i.e. primarily avoiding the use of shackles and using a drag line so that the stump doesn't come flying up your arse - and not all Defenders are ragtops. And I've been on an MOD off-road recovery course. Nothing to write home about.
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On 07/05/2014 13:01, bert wrote:

This stump is only 4" in diameter. No need for check shirts and offroad vehicles :-)
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Didn't look like a kinetic rope to me.
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Darwin strike again.
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If you can, cut the front and rear roots then the trunk can rotate around the side roots and twist them off.
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