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I would stick with the bandit

 

They are bomb proof and will go through a 25 inch gap. 

 

Only downside is it is very heavy. 

 

Are you looking to move away from a pedestrian stump grinder. 

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22 minutes ago, treevolution said:

I would stick with the bandit

 

They are bomb proof and will go through a 25 inch gap. 

 

Only downside is it is very heavy. 

 

Are you looking to move away from a pedestrian stump grinder. 

We have a big grinder, but  the narrow access machine is probably used more often. Bandit are not doing the hb20 any more.

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Sorry I did not know that. 

 

Do you need a grinder thinner then 29inchs.

 

Have you looked at the Jo Beau B24-100

 

 

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what about a predator / laski 360? only 65wide, pivot.  considering one of these for my first stump grinder - plenty of folk round here have big machines so they are cheap to hire in for the bigger stuff. 

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