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Questions to ask when Removing Stumps Is your machine large enough?

Oct 24, How to Remove Tree Stumps with a Mini Excavator October 243 Comments. I remember the first time I ever tried to use an excavator to remove a large stump on a side job we were doing for a customer. It was one of the most difficult experiences ever. I'm not sure if it was the size of the stump or the huge root system but one thing I am. March Join me for a bonus episode inside of the Bobcat e42 mini excavator as I pull some stumps, clear some trees, and clean up a pond peninsula on my.

Jun 17, Looking for some insight for those that have done it. I currently have a cat c that I use a br highflo deck to do clearing with. It does great a but I am finding the need to do selective clearing of" young trees as well as clear around the bases of larger trees weaving the with a 72" deck in and out of small trees can be tuff at shrublop.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins.

Feb 21, I'm looking for a mini excavator for home use which would be mainly removing stumps after cutting down lodgepole pines from my forested 10 acres.

I've never owned or used a mini excavator but need a replacement for a backhoe on my tractor which could dig up the stumps but took a long time. Thanks!

afret, Feb 20, Dec 17, Midi Excavator for Land Clearing. I have been exploring the purchase of an inexpensive (of course) versatile excavator for clearing some land and cleaning up the fence lines of my acre farm.

A lot of people appear to recommend using at least a 12 tonne machine for doing this (to push trees over and move them around). Feb 13, The lb excavator works but it is slow digging bigger stumps (18+ inches) in this soil, requiring more digging and repositioning to get the stump free. Bigger is definitely better for stumping. I've done clearing with and without a hydraulic thumb.

Dec 03, If your stumps and trees are under" for oaks and for softwoods, then this size machine is good as it is still fairly compact. If you are tackling real trees, I suggest a minimum of a 12 ton machine. For real clearing work you want a 20 ton machine, not a mini ex. PS anything under 25 tons is a small excavator.