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#26 OFFLINE   Grandude


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Posted 29 June 2014 - 11:03 AM

I would assume, maybe wrong, that any property owner has the right to remove the limbs from any tree extending over his property.


The tree owner may object to climbing his tree for you to do so however.

A well placed ladder might avoid this problem however.


Just be careful, I recently smashed my thumb when the rope used to pull the extension up on

my ladder broke and the extension came down so fast I couldn't move fast enough, or even think

fast enough to avoid it.  Sure did hurt and I was lucky as, I suppose, my thumb could have been

slice off.  I got lucky. :blackeye:

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#27 OFFLINE   scooper


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Posted 29 June 2014 - 01:25 PM

You know - Eastern Arc might not be the death knell you say it is. What locals do you get ? it is quite possible they are on 61.5 or 77 (72.7 is almost all the national cable channels).


It's also well known that 129 is kind of low in the sky for the NE anyway. It's impossible for me due to trees, but 110 and 119 work great.

You CAN put antennas on your owned and/or controlled property...


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