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You would do fine with any of the three.

My question is, will this dig these stumps adequately?

Oct 24, How to Remove Tree Stumps with a Mini Excavator October 243 Comments. The real problem was that the excavator we were using at the time just didn't have the power and lift capacity to dig a giant old stump up out of the ground. I wish I had thought about that prior to renting the machine but you live and you learn.

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, In this video watch with amazement as the Bobcat Ninja shares decades of experience and generations of family secrets in his continuing effort to help you ne. Using a Komatsu PC 15 mini excavator to dig out a couple stumps.

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A quick how to video showing you the technique to dig up stumps with an excavator. The video is from last fall. Like what you see? Check out The Dirt Ninja o. Kubota KX Mini Excavator Digging Out Stumps. Feb 27, I will (nearly) have to put one on my excavator to dig my tuff shale out and save me from chopping and beating the hoe up. I'm putting in a Mtn. road and have about to tree's to take out on a 2 mile road. I'm thinking the ripper will be valuable here as well to take all those stumps out.

Avery. Jun 12, Choosing the right equipment for a digging project can be a time-consuming task, especially since it’s so important to make the right choice. Even once you’ve decided on using an excavator, you still need to make sure you choose the right size.

Pick one that’s too small or doesn’t have the right functionality and you won’t be able to get the job done properly. I’m going to need to dig up some tree stumps where a slab for a shop is going. There are 2 pines and 2 willow oaks, each roughly ” in diameter.

I’m looking at renting a mini excavator to do the job, but I’ve never dig up stumps before so I’m not how big of an excavator I’m going to need.