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Laski 360 Any one any experience of these machines?  I sub out bigger stumps and have been hiring in a small old Husqvarna stump grinder when needed,  but now its time to consider getting my own small machine. I don't do finance, and storage is a bit tight right now so I'm not looking to get a big machine despite how much easier they are on the body to use. 

 

any feedback much appreciated. 

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I think there was a thread on these a white back under Major Stumpgrinder.

I think the same grinder comes as a greenmech and they are pretty good 

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1 minute ago, Will C said:

What the hell did you do to it? I’ve found the predator machines to be very reliable 

Basically worked it to death! 4 days a week on all sizes of stumps, nearly killed me as well! My knees  are buggered up throwing that thing around all day long, if memory serves me correctly it was 235 kilos.

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it seems identical to the predator 360 - in fact it has 360 in the name . info seems a bit different . Laski says it only grinds 12cm under the ground which sounds useless...BUT I think that's aimed at folk who don't know how to get the most out of am machine...If I was to get something like the 460 Id go for FSI 22 with drive...and by that point of doing enough stumps to warrant that id probably chance on a much bigger machine. The 260 is about 135 kg which is easy enough for me to shove up ramps 

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The predator 360sw has a laski sticker on it - same machine different colour. The fsi B22 is tempting for the drive - wish they made a 25hp or so model though

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The pred/ laski 360 is a good little machine, basic yes but ours has earned its cost many times over.

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The 460 has drive as well. Step up in cost and grinding capability, but step down in narrow access ability.

It's a tricky one, I don't think you can do without a 360 size grinder for back garden access but it depends where you live and what stumps you do most.

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