Rayco 1625 stump grinder

Discussion in 'Tree Service Equipment' started by Guest, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. Guest

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    I never liked the rayco super juniors. They always seemed too light and underpowered. I know it is inexpensive, and it will probably get the job done (with time) but I would walk away.
    If you do deside to go with it, make sure you check the engine out fully. Many of those had the Koler 25 hp engine, and get beat up doing the job. My old boss had to replace the engine after 200 or so hours due to sever oil consumption. All and all I would recoment saving up a bit more money and getting a track unit with more power and more weight.
     
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    I had a 1625 some years ago was great for smaller access stuff but the koler engine was rubbish! got a vermeer 352 with a big diesel engine on it now and it is loads better and so much more economical to run too!
    Hope this helps.
     
  3. Guest

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    :):)Looking at a rayco 1625 super jr stump grinder, 650 hrs,2002 looks to be well maintained dual wheels on the front,comes with set of spare teeth. they are asking $7,500.00. Any thoughts or opinions??
     
  4. Guest

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    *trucewhiteflag* Any opinions,good or bad. :walking::confused:
     
  5. Guest

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    Thanks for the replys. I am also not a fan of koler engines. I assume rayco and vermeer are both decent machines only without a koler engine. Also looked at a vermeer 630b but it has a koler engine too! I will keep looking!!:walking::walking:
     

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