had a 120' ham radio tower. There is a bearing at 60' so the top 60' rotates (there is a guying ring bearing at 100'). We are moving shortly and I tried giving it away to anyone who was qualified to take it down. The only 'takers' to the offer were people with no experience. This is not a learn by doing project. So today. . .
I put a rope at 100' down thru a snatch block to the Kubota. I loosened the 3 turnbuckles on one anchor point to take the pressure off that leg. Then I cut the leg with the sawzall. Back to the anchor point the sawzall was used to cut the 3/4" anchor rod.
At that point my son was on the tractor and started to slowly pull. Down it came into the trees. Fortunately the bearing at 60' separated and I had 2 60' lengths stuck in the trees.
Using the guy lines as pull ropes and the snatch block the Kubota was able to get everything out of the trees and onto the ground.
Amazingly it looks like all 12 sections are still straight. An impossible job for me to do without the tractor.