Stump Grinders

Discussion in 'Tree Service Equipment' started by Guest, Mar 29, 2009.

  1. Guest

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    Its hard to make money stump grinding if you rent a grinder. Only way to do it is line up all your stump jobs on one day so you go and take care of all of them at one time.
     
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    How much do you charge for a hard wood 24" diameter, easy access, grindingo 6" under the ground, with chips clean up and haul away with you?
     
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    Sorry I don't have any input for this but I thought I'd mention my situation.......My dad and I are looking to buy a stump grinder. We have 120 acres and have lots and lots of stumps to grind. We aren't in need of a huge vermeer by any means...but I've looked very closely at the Husky SG13 and like what I see and hear and also looked into the Bluebird SG1314B and my dad has looked at the DR model...lol. I have also found a couple used smaller Vermeer ones on ebay, but I don't think they make them anymore, and if they do, I haven't found any. I also briefly looked at the Bandit HB19XP. What do you guys recommend?

    Thanks, Jonathan
     
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    I'm looking to buy one to. I'm going to buy it used. Costs less and if it breaks, I can fix it and it still should cost less.:cool:
    I watched a video on you tube of the bluebird and the front seamed to short with not enough reach to keep it out of the hole. I think the DR is very similar. I rented a Dosko,they have a long front, but for realy big stumps it still wanted to go in the hole. However, if its a good deal and will work, get it.;) Just my opinion.:)

    Tyler
     

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