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I bought this used Baumalight 3P24 Stump grinder and it is a solemn reminder that buying new equipment is simpler than buying used.

First the hoses for the up and down cylinder burst so I replaced all 4 hoses, then the flow regulator started spewing oil.

Finally got it running right and discovered that in its current state it would be better called a 'wood burner than a Stump grinder.

So my question to anyone that knows about these things is...do I just need new carbides/teeth on the bottom or do I need a whole new wheel and all new teeth?
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I bought this used Baumalight 3P24 Stump grinder and it is a solemn reminder that buying new equipment is simpler than buying used.

First the hoses for the up and down cylinder burst so I replaced all 4 hoses, then the flow regulator started spewing oil.

Finally got it running right and discovered that in its current state it would be better called a 'wood burner than a Stump grinder.

So my question to anyone that knows about these things is...do I just need new carbides/teeth on the bottom or do I need a whole new wheel and all new teeth?
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Had one just like it. Just need to replace the teeth. Makes a world of difference. Dont always have to replace them all just the dull ones. They are a well built machine for sure!
 
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