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Case SC pulling power

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08-09-2006 11:49:07

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During a recent storm I have a foot thick pine tree that partially broke about 10 feet up from the ground then hung in the next pine tree over. It is too dangerious to cut but with a pully and a cable I could safely finish the break the storm started allowing the tree to fall using my 49 Case SC.
The question is in sizing the cable. How much pulling power should I expect from a good running SC in first at say half throttle? Half throttle is where it starts spinning the tires in the damp sandy soil.

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Walt Davies

08-09-2006 23:24:29

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 Re: Case SC pulling power in reply to RandyD, 08-09-2006 11:49:07  
3/8 cable should be plenty strong enough to pull it out. Just make sure its long enough that it doesn't fall on you.

3/8 cable is stronger than a 3/8 chain and you would probably use one of those with no questions.

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08-12-2006 16:16:27

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 Re: Case SC pulling power in reply to Walt Davies, 08-09-2006 23:24:29  
Thanks Walt, I promise you it will plenty long with a pully on a nearby tree so I can be going the other way.

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