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    Default Re: The "Stumpiranha"!

    Interesting. Thanks for posting.
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    Default Re: The "Stumpiranha"!

    Quote Originally Posted by creekbend View Post
    Interesting. Thanks for posting.
    More and more stuff like this coming out everyday. Pretty soon you should be able to get an attachment to........

    Well, let's just leave it at that.




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    Default Re: The "Stumpiranha"!

    Two bit score: That is a great quote you have in your by line. The company you referenced has a similar shaped digging bucket, made for larger excavators I believe. Maybe he will start making them for small back hoes!.....
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    Default Re: The "Stumpiranha"!

    Quote Originally Posted by magicheater View Post
    Two bit score: That is a great quote you have in your by line. The company you referenced has a similar shaped digging bucket, made for larger excavators I believe. Maybe he will start making them for small back hoes!.....
    Thanks!

    Yeah, that bucket is pretty big...... And expensive iirc.


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    Default Re: The "Stumpiranha"!

    quote from the article:"The stump can then be scooped up and loaded into a truck, without leaving insect infested grindings at the site."

    Really now, is having insects in the leftover chips such a bad thing??? I mean, that's nature's way of reducing wood pulp to mulch so it can be recycled. Sometimes advertisers really reach to try and sell a product. Not knocking the product because it does look like it would be h*ll on stumps, and probably a lot of other things too!
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    Default Re: The "Stumpiranha"!

    This would be on my "if I had a backhoe want list"
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    Default Re: The "Stumpiranha"!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    This would be on my "if I had a backhoe want list"
    You'd need a big hoe. This is NOT an attachment for a CUT backhoe....IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foggy1111 View Post
    You'd need a big hoe. This is NOT an attachment for a CUT backhoe....IMO.
    It's probably for an excavator or a full size back hoe at least. I think they have several sizes available.

    I could see how even a small one would be good in the right situations.


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    Default Re: The "Stumpiranha"!

    Quote Originally Posted by kebo View Post
    quote from the article:"The stump can then be scooped up and loaded into a truck, without leaving insect infested grindings at the site."

    Really now, is having insects in the leftover chips such a bad thing??? I mean, that's nature's way of reducing wood pulp to mulch so it can be recycled. Sometimes advertisers really reach to try and sell a product. Not knocking the product because it does look like it would be h*ll on stumps, and probably a lot of other things too!
    They aren't short handed in the marketing department are they?

    I thought the name was kinda cool, too.

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