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hello we will have to clear a sloping ground in the hills, we need to build a rake to clear the soil to root out roots to remove stumps to shrub bushes and rocks, you would have some suggestions thanks

we would like to use this kubota excavator and build a rake bucket by hand some suggestion some photos or drawing with project?

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the ground is small about 5000 square meters, you think the small excavator is sufficient, as you can see it has been abandoned for some time and there are no access roads that can be traveled by vehicles so I believe that a crawler excavator is the best solution to climb slopes and create paths truckable track, the standard bucket has small teeth to tear the soil tearing and root out roots, quarrying stumps and shrubs, you recommended. ripper plow divider?
We are cutting them by hand but for the roots we need the strength of a suitable mechanical means to choose, just small excavator?
















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8 minutes ago, john meehan said:

That’s a bit rude don’t you think?

A ripper tooth and a rake are both a good option for that I would think.

Good luck with your project.

Not really. We cannot direct him to suppliers in the uk that wont supply him

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the excavator you saw in the workshop belongs to an excavator mechanic in the area, hires it if you give me some suggestions could change a bucket or build a tool a plow or a suitable tool to do the job, the rake you mentioned costs about 1000 € uro, a costly figure for us, maybe modifying a bucket or using metal scrap recovery provided by a scrapped we can build a mechanical claw or a suitable tool, what do you think? the standard excavator bucket proved to be insufficient due to the modest potential and performance of the excavator, a tool is needed to tear and tear roots and to extract superficial stones, thanks





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