Oct 30, Here is a video of my Alpine removing a hardwood stump. The stump was about 14 inches in diameter and the tree was cut down last year.
The teeth on the grinder was used to remove several stumps ranging from 10 inch to 20 inch diameter prior to this without sharpening. Once you get the technique wired, it cuts fast. It only took about 3 stumphauling.buzzted Reading Time: 8 mins. Aug 13, Alpine magnum stump grinder. Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by jb-chainsaws, Aug 10, jb-chainsaws Pinnacle OPE Member. Joined: Sep 12, Messages: Alpine magnum stump.
SELLING Alpine folding scythe light weight Pro. ajschainsaws, Jul 21,in forum: Miscellaneous. Replies: 7 Views: ajschainsaws. This stump grinder from Alpine Magnum is portable and costs only 1/3 of the competitions price, but it grinds tree stumps faster than other machines and only weigh 88 lbs.
HOME. These pictures were taken during stump removal on a rear deck in Canada. Access to the deck was very tight so the Alpine Magnum stump grinder was easily lifted over the. The Alpine Magnum handheld tree stump grinder excels at even the largest of stumps and due to its slim profile, you can grind those stumps even if rocks and debris surround them.
Alpine stump grinders and trench digging machines cost only 1/3 of the competitions price, but they grind tree stumps faster than other machines due to a rpm cutting head, 88 lbs weight, and carbide-tipped teeth. Costs less to buy and insure than other stump grinders. Alpine Magnum Stump Grinder Maintenance. ALPINE MACHINE. Phone:Models Available. The Alpine Magnum is available with your choice of. Stihl, Husqvarna, or Solo power heads.
Husqvarna XP. Stihl TS Alpine Magnum and Alpine Rhino wheel in our store. We only accept orders from our US customers at this time. If you are not in the US, please contact your local dealer to order parts.
Prices are not listed. We will contact you after you place your order and discuss prices and shipping options. Alpine Magnum. Apr 28, Kansas City. Apr 23, #9. You guys are arguing the point all wrong: If you can make 90/hr with amachine, it will take about 45 hours to pay for itself.
(not counting operating expenses). If you are using a 20, stump grinder for /hr, it will take you about hours to.