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Author Topic: Maple tubing installation and thinning  (Read 145 times)

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Maple tubing installation and thinning
« on: October 08, 2017, 06:38:25 pm »
I install maple tubing for a living (working on a 200,000 tap installation for the next 4 years) But I would like to offer lighter duty work on weekends so I can make a bit of extra $$$
I am well versed and can do the following (and probably more if you can think of it)
Layout, wire and pipe installation, tubing, droplines, conductor systems (wet\dry line) 3\16" gravity and vacuum, 5\16" high vacuum, retubing, replacing droplines, tapping, pulling spouts, washing tubing, trail layout and clearing, also sugarbush thinnings.

I could install a complete tubing system start to finish, per tap, per foot, per tubing roll, pretty flexible.
Would like to keep work reasonably close to NE Vermont (NH, ME, Eastern NY)
Thanks,

Chris
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Online celliott

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Re: Maple tubing installation and thinning
« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2017, 08:26:22 pm »
I would also be willing to barter above services for\towards a cable skidder or hydraulic woodmizer. Willing to add cash to boot if necessary for whatever deal  is worked out.
Chris Elliott


Follow our progress on the Northern Forest Canoe trail summer 2014 here-
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