Aug 28, Basic information and equipment costs for getting a rope up into a treeAuthor: Terry Hale. Jan 29, Using a bull rope to help direct a tree is very common, especially when felling a tree that is near a building or power line. It is not bad to tie off to a pickup, tractor or whatever. Doing it right, you first want to put tension on the rope.
1. String the pulley rope (20 feet or so depending on the height of your tree) through the pulley while you are on the ground. 2. On one end of the rope, tie a good sized knot to prevent the rope from slipping out of the. Use a 48 inch nylon sling and double it up tied with an overhand knot. Hook up your locking carabiner and lock fell out of tree and into a rope into your rope.
Use a cordelette and tie the ends together with a double fisherman’s knot to create a large loop. Double up the cordelette and wrap it around the tree. 1. Tether and tree rope as high as possible - The most important consideration with your setup is the position of your 2.
Tether positioned where you want to fall - Assuming you have positioned the tether as high as possible, where the.