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Substantial self propelled grinder (forward and reverse), not to be confused with some of the cheaper walk behind models. Ready to work. Nearly new leisure battery, spare drive belts. Sandvik cutter wheel was refurbished & balanced by Orange plant in 2017, only used for about 4 months since then. Capable of taking big stumps out It will fit through most garden gates. Approx dimensions :- Width 740mm, Length 2400, Height 1170, Weight 315kg, Unleaded fuel
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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.
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