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I would like to announce the arrival of yet another stump grinder to add to the already extensive range of grinders, the new model is called the 2650 and is available as a wheeled machine with dual wheels or a tracked machine.


Currently we have offered a 45hp belt driven or hydraulic drive grinder but then it jumps to a 85hp tracked machine, this grinder will be 61hp so as to compete in a different market. The grinders will be generally 35" wide with tracks extending out to 54" & the wheeled version will be 56" with duals. It will be available with Greenteeth or the Revolution wheel, the tracked machine will be fully radio remote control & you can have a 35" or 54" folding dozer blade. The wheeled version will be 4WD, all other Bandit traits apply.


Watch this space for more new models shortly:thumbup:


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Ian C   

looks lovely Dean, I am getting more and more interested in Bandit, the quality does look bloody good.



Whats one of those little beauts cost Dean?


Oh and can the radio remote be proportional rather that just switchs?

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All proportional hydraulics, even though the up/down is on a rocker switch it has bump control which is a preset depth control when grinding. 3 speed tracking.


Prices are currently £36K & £46K.

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Ian C   

Not bad really for a machine like that.


couldn't do with that "revelution" wheel though, all those nuts to undo would do me head in

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