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    Default Rylee Root Ripper

    All I can say is, after digging with my bucket and toothbar, this thing is fantastic! Dug out this 18" stump (freshly cut) in about an hour.
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    Default Re: Rylee Root Ripper

    Think I maxed out the lift on my CK35.
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    Default Re: Rylee Root Ripper

    Thats a pretty good stump - fir or spruce maybe?
    Looks like a good tool to have.
    Can you drive that root ripper right into the ground ?
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    Default Re: Rylee Root Ripper

    Quote Originally Posted by dustinfox View Post
    All I can say is, after digging with my bucket and toothbar, this thing is fantastic! Dug out this 18" stump (freshly cut) in about an hour.
    How much does it weigh and how long is the snout? Is it made from 3/8" or 1/2" material?
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    Default Re: Rylee Root Ripper

    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Gould View Post
    Thats a pretty good stump - fir or spruce maybe?
    Looks like a good tool to have.
    Can you drive that root ripper right into the ground ?
    It's a spruce. It's like having a giant shovel on the end of my tractor. The tip is 6" wide and yes, I can drive it into the ground like a spade. Still take a lot of digging to get all the roots exposed but sure beats using a hand shovel!

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    Default Re: Rylee Root Ripper

    Quote Originally Posted by magicheater View Post
    How much does it weigh and how long is the snout? Is it made from 3/8" or 1/2" material?
    It's made from 1/4" steel and weighs 200 lbs. I bought it from Norhtern Tool Rylee Root Ripper, Model# RRR6X36 | Skid-Steers + Attachments | Northern Tool + Equipment

    You can buy it on ebay for less money but the shipping is much less from Northern Toll which makes the total price lower.

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    Default Re: Rylee Root Ripper

    Bucket Solutions clamp-on "Bucket Spade" is a variation on the theme; lighter, though @ 110 pounds.

    Tractor Forks, Bucket Forks, Loader Forks

    I attach my bucket spade to a kubota B3300SU / 33-hp / 25-hp PTO.

    You would think it might loosen up in use....but it NEVER has.
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    Default Re: Rylee Root Ripper

    I was looking at that but I liked the "teeth" on the Rylee bucket. They help to cut the roots off when digging around a stump.

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    Default Re: Rylee Root Ripper

    With it directly in front of the tractor, how hard is it to see where you are digging? looks like it would be great on a skid steer.
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    Default Re: Rylee Root Ripper

    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    With it directly in front of the tractor, how hard is it to see where you are digging? looks like it would be great on a skid steer.
    It can be a little difficult to see where the tip makes ground contact. Sometimes when I want to make a plunge I need to get up and look over the tractor to get the front edge where I want it. Still beats using a shovel though.

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