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Great bit of kit, I’ve done a few good size stumps with one, not a replacement for a proper grinder but far better than a mattock when you have no access, or occasional use. My record stands at 2 n half foot bay stump with one. The teeth can be sharpened easily on the machine with a diamond grinding disc.

The guys at Preditor give first class service and back up, can’t recommend them enough.

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1 hour ago, NickinMids said:

Well yes I hired the one with the 661

I was very impressed and yes the guys at predator were great. I felt that in addition to being able to get it anywhere it was more than a match for a small wheeled pedestrian machine

Thinking back to my early grinding experiences with a cheap Chinese grinder I reckon your right the predator chainsaw grinder is a step up. 👍

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