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  1. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
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    Reduced from £6800, no VAT ! Unexpectedly selling this machine ☹️... Bandit HB20 Stump Grinder 25hp petrol Year: 2014 Hours: 180 ( may go up slightly as still using it ) Width : 25” ( with single wheels on ) to get through standard gates. Width : 38” ( with double wheels on ) for extra stability when grinding. Weight : 380kg Manual included Self propelled and body and engine moves side to side on a turntable so no rocking back and forth on the wheels like the smaller models. A very powerful machine. Only selling as circumstances have changed and no longer required. I’ve got a couple of jobs to finish off with it then it won’t be needed anymore. Reasonable offers invited. Cash on collection or cleared bank transfer only. Collection from Bilston near to Wolverhampton, West Mids. No Vat!! Sensible offers welcome

    £6,500.00

    Bilston , West Midlands - GB

  2. Ok cheers, will check that tomorrow. Any other clues anybody?
  3. Is that the roller feed speed adjuster on the side of the feed funnel?
  4. Have recently bought a second hand Kwikchip 225 on a turntable as a spare machine. First day I used it nothing but problems! Initial problem resolved but now the feedrollers won't work at all. Have took covers off and nothing is jammed at all, oil level is good, and only problem I can see is that the hydraulic oil filter has a dent in it and don't know if this would stop it from working. Hydraulic belt seems tensioned too. Anyone have any clues on this machine and what may cause it at all? Any advice would be greatfully appreciated.

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