40” to 54” in Dia. Tree Tote Sling, Fits Root Balls 4054
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Tree Tote Sling

Get a handle on bulky trees!



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Stock Number: 69166
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40” to 54” in Dia. Tree Tote Sling, Fits Root Balls

Quality nylon webbing provides a convenient method of handling heavy, bulky trees without endangering workers. Reduces damage to plant balls. Virtually indestructible.

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MPN: 4054
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UNSPSC: 24101611


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10/14/2019
I bought several large balled and burlapped trees from auction. I used this tote and it was very useful. It is a much better way to move trees and set them into hole than using pallet forks. Definitely recommend
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when measuring for a tree tote sling how do you measure
across the top of root ball? or the diameter? Thanks John when measuring for a tree tote sling how do you measure across the top of root ball? or the diameter? Thanks John
You will need to measure the diameter at the widest point of the root ball.