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It cost me £460 to convert but worth every penny, they can be changed in seconds and they cut so much better than rayco super teeth. When I got the grinder it had rayco super teeth on it, they and I didn't rate them, I even bought a brand new set and I wasn't impressed, then I put the multi tip on and was blown away at how well they cut. I have that set up stands me at 2k rather than the 9k I had tied up in my large Carlton.

 

Sorry, I have just checked my invoice and it was £394 inc vat and post. I then had to by new bearings.:)

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yes works a treet out on site and can get around 5 full set sharpens to a charge on the grinder. I did use the inserter teeth for a while on a 252 for a while and found them very hard to sharpen so didnot like them but when new they were good....

Would never put finger stile teeth in a grinder ever again after having one fly out while working and tap on a front door at the opposite side of the street.

Hodge do you finde the handbrake sticks on so you have to bend down and get a face full of exaust gas every time you want to role forward?

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have to disagree, had a stump grinder (rayco) and swapped it from super teeth to the multi tip, didnt get along with it, kept wearing the drive belt out, ? apparrently very good on the predators, as it was made for this machine, also found the teeth to be about £10 each, and all be it you just swap the two lead teeth, not great value for money,,,, just my feedback,,,

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yes works a treet out on site and can get around 5 full set sharpens to a charge on the grinder. I did use the inserter teeth for a while on a 252 for a while and found them very hard to sharpen so didnot like them but when new they were good....

Would never put finger stile teeth in a grinder ever again after having one fly out while working and tap on a front door at the opposite side of the street.

Hodge do you finde the handbrake sticks on so you have to bend down and get a face full of exaust gas every time you want to role forward?

 

No mate, I keep it lubed and working, I do know what you mean though as my old Carlton 900h did that. I have a brand new set of rayco super teeth for sale if you red any and 2 other sets. ;)

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have to disagree, had a stump grinder (rayco) and swapped it from super teeth to the multi tip, didnt get along with it, kept wearing the drive belt out, ? apparrently very good on the predators, as it was made for this machine, also found the teeth to be about £10 each, and all be it you just swap the two lead teeth, not great value for money,,,, just my feedback,,,

 

I have had no problems with the belt mate, and I find the teeth don't break like finger teeth and they seem to wear better, also they cut loads better. IMO:)

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