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Jun 01, This is my experience trying to remove a decent size tree stump using only an angle grinder and a wood cutting wheel. I knew it was not going to be the 'eas. Removing Stumps. A: Yes, but it requires a strong back.
The minimum half-day charge for a basic rental grinder is aboutIn contrast, for your stump grinder for tractors inexpensive stumps, a pro might charge, at a rate of 2 per inch of stump width.
All this means you’ll save 60 bucks, get some exercise, and have fun using a cool bushmulching.barted Reading Time: 3 mins. Sure, you can hack at a good size stump with an ax, circular saw or angle grinder until there is little remaining. My preference would be to go to the local rental yard, pay 60 for a half day’s use of a stump grinder and turn every stump in my yard to mulch.
Jul 08, So you don't really have the proper tool. If you are wanting to use that angle grinder to do this, it CAN be done. But not with a wire brush. Try one of these: bushmulching.bar?us?einhandschleifer I've actually used my circular saw do do the same thing on a small stump, so I know it'll work.
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The machinery is potentially dangerous and should be handled by someone confident in its usage.
Sep 02, Method 2 - Use a stump grinder. Stump grinders are like large angle grinders on wheels and can be used to grind stumps to just below ground level.
In general, the procedure is to cut the stump using a chainsaw to within about 4" (mm) of the ground bushmulching.bar: Eugene Brennan. Aug 17, You can hire a firm to come in with a large mechanical grinder to churn the stump into sawdust, but this can be expensive. Commercial stump removal can cost as much asfor a large stump or one in a tricky location. You could also rent a stump grinder fortoper day, but getting this tool on-site and using it safely is no easy feat.
But there are several methods that you can use to do. Use your chainsaw to grind down the leftover stump. Stumps, the leftover stubs of felled trees, can get in the way, trip people walking by and are, generally, an eyesore.
Ripping stumps out of the ground with an automatic machine will cost a lot of money in extra rentals and equipment.
A chainsaw, however, can grind up a stump and leave it all but gone; still, you can't use a chainsaw to completely grind away a stump.