Hey guys and gals, I've got a big red oak next door that I need to get out of my neighbors yard this weekend. He's a self titled "liability freak", so he doesn't want me over there swinging my maul busting up all the pieces to throw over the fence, so I've gotta take apart my chain link fence to try to roll most of the rounds thru. Good thing is most of the rounds can be rolled (although they will be very heavy), and he has agreed to let me bust up the ones that can't into manageable pieces. I need to take apart the fence at a corner, and with my luck it's not the style that just bolts on, it's got these spring clamp type connectors (although they aren't like a spring clamp where I can squeeze them and they'll open up). Anybody have expertise or good ideas? The only thing I can think of is trying to take some pressure of that bar and slide it up out of there, but that seems easier said than done.