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It only take one wrong thing to happen, and your reduced to being a bystander watching. Example: I lost a double w/pine today. It went 90 degs sideways into a pond, all because the wood was frozen in 6" and I hit the wedge to hard, and it flew out. The tree leaned back and broke the hinge. The tree was 24" at the base and I had a 3" hinge, which would have held if the wood weren't frozen. I was reduced to being a moving bystander .
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