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  1. Hodge, in your opinion you prefer the sg40 to the jo beau 37? Pros/cons for each? cheers
  2. I currently run two other raycos and cannot fault them! They have been bullet proof and I have given them more hard than a whores heart, only issue is they get quite big/wide when you start going up the horsepower range 😞
  3. The bandit is very good, when the belts are tight it grinds very quickly and you can get it into almost anywhere boggy etc could swing slightly wider and grind a touch deeper but generally it’s awesome bit of kit. Only downside is the belts seem to go loose quite quickly and it’s annoying having to tighten them that soon, none of my other grinders go slack this quick, this issue has been solved in the sg40 though.
  4. Hello all, I’m looking at changing one of the machines in the fleet of stump grinders, currently running a bandit zt1844 for the bigger stumps and looking to change it up. I’m really stuck on which to choose next. Options are fsi d30 predator p38x bandit sg40 jo beau 37-110 looking for any advice from people who have used the above machines before. All these machines are relatively narrow and on tracks except the fsi. Tracks are great for getting to those hard to reach areas but I find they struggle on curbs and drops etc also they tear up lawns badly. Looking for a machine that you don’t have to tension belts every week etc and has great build quality that’s backed up by reasonable costs for spare parts.


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