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    Cool Stump Ripper "Angry Rooster"

    Someone needs to make this for smaller backhoe's/ Mini ex's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    Someone needs to make this for smaller backhoe's/ Mini ex's

    Removing stumps the COOL way! - YouTube
    Impressive!!!

    Don't know how well it would downsize though, you need the power and weight to rip thru a stump like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    Impressive!!!

    Don't know how well it would downsize though, you need the power and weight to rip thru a stump like that.
    Well I was thinking smaller stump too
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    Badass but our little toys don't have the power needed to shred stumps like that. But if they did...I would have one. I always watch for bees flying around before I get crazy. I don't have a cab to hide in!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    Well I was thinking smaller stump too
    The bucket digging force on my 485A backhoe is 3752 lbs., wonder what a downsize 1" thick ripper blade would be
    capable of and how well it would hold up???

    Food for thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    Well I was thinking smaller stump too
    And a lot longer time lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    The bucket digging force on my 485A backhoe is 3752 lbs., wonder what a downsize 1" thick ripper blade would be
    capable of and how well it would hold up???

    Food for thought.

    I’m sure I can get the bark off with my 260b’s 2036lbs
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    Thatís slick. When you can lift the back of that it is some serious force.
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