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Morning team.

 

I’m looking for some feedback on the stump grinder attachment for the avant loader. Does anyone have one? Does anyone rate or hate them?

 

We don’t own our own stump grinder at the moment so the avant 528 + grinder seems like a good idea to me? It would fit into 9/10 jobs round here so size not the issue.

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This pops up on various forums from time to time.
General consensus is that these aren’t very good.

Poor visibility, lack power, not worth it.

 

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Morning team.
 
I’m looking for some feedback on the stump grinder attachment for the avant loader. Does anyone have one? Does anyone rate or hate them?
 
We don’t own our own stump grinder at the moment so the avant 528 + grinder seems like a good idea to me? It would fit into 9/10 jobs round here so size not the issue.



I know a guy who has one and also a Rayco Junior. He prefers the Avant Grinder on the bigger stumps and the Rayco on the smaller stumps. He had the Avant plus Grinder at my place and as a skilled operator he made short work of some large stumps.

He takes it on a lot of jobs when he’s bringing the Avant but since I’ve not had a play with it Im quite happy borrowing the Rayco.

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I know a guy who has one and also a Rayco Junior. He prefers the Avant Grinder on the bigger stumps and the Rayco on the smaller stumps. He had the Avant plus Grinder at my place and as a skilled operator he made short work of some large stumps.

He takes it on a lot of jobs when he’s bringing the Avant but since I’ve not had a play with it Im quite happy borrowing the Rayco.



Cheers Andy. Thanks for the feedback.

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Have a look at the Klou grinder better price than avant do very well made

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