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    Carlton SP4012 Pro 4WD Radio remote control also comes with cable tether. Year 2007 1 owner from new Well maintained Sandvic cutter wheel dozer blade Winch not included


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  2. Hi, I'm looking to replace the grinding wheel of a stump grinder, golgi 280. I can't seem to find the make or model on a Google search. But I have a few pictures attached. If anyone knows where I can source one in the UK that would be amazing. Thanks in advance
  3. I've a stump to grind on an embankment, as photo. It can't be removed with a digger as the foundations and utilities have been inlaid already (Typical development procedure there). The stump is an Ash, approx 48inch diameter at the cut and approx 24 inches up from ground level, though this can be altered with my big bar. What us the best affordable stump grinder for this please?
  4. Hi everyone, Could anyone shed some light on this? Our Rayco cuts the head out when under load, it has been electronically tested all round and everything works. Proximity sensor works, clutch works, etc. Apparently it could be the ECU reading something as incorrect but we have no troubleshooting list to work from. Does anyone know what can cause this to happen? Thanks in advance! Nick
  5. Hi guys In the market at the moment for a new grinder and really interested in the FSI range having hired in the FSI B20 before and being super impressed with such a small machine. My question is, is the b22 worth the extra £3k for the drive and bigger engine? Also not being able to do a 2 man lift on the b22 and having to carry boards to get it off/on van ect. Just after some opinions and if anyone has tried both what would they recommend? I feel like the B20 is punching way above its weight for its class but the b22 isnt in its class. As they have similar size engines/same size cutting head. Cheers
  6. NEW stump removal service, professional and reasonable rates, working from Ashford Kent, also available for freelance climbing with 15 years experience.
  7. I'm going to buy a Carlton SP7015 TRX, the one Im looking at is a 2006 model. Has anybody who's already got one, had it weighed ? I know the official literature states that its 2ton but I'm not convinced that this is right, I think its heavier. My trailer, with screens, boards, ramps, tools and spare diesel weighs 2.3 ton so it could be important. I'd rather not be on the M3 with a VOSA officer proving to me my trailer and machine is overweight.
  8. Have been looking for a cheap Stump Grinder as a first machine and have seen a Vermeer SC130 for sale. I was wondering if anybody has used this machine and if it is any good compaired to similar budget machines such as the Rayco and the Husky equivalents. Also what the availability of replacement teeth from the likes of Saturn etc is like. thanks for your advice Paul


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