If you regularly read our blog, you know we love to talk about everything a Skid Steer can do with the right attachments. A Skid Steer can help you bale hay. A Skid Steer can cut through thick, dense brush. A Skid Steer can clear away snow. A Skid Steer can even dig holes for your fence posts! What about removing a stump, though? Can a Skid Steer remove a stump?
Yes! A Skid Steer can remove a stump from your large residential property or commercial job site. This task is going to take a little more work to get the job done, but it’s nothing your front loader tractor cannot handle. Let’s take a closer look at what is involved in Skid Steer stump removal, so you can tackle this problem in no time. In most cases, a skid steer stump bucket, or stump grinder, would be ideal for removing medium-sized stumps.
This is the heaviest, most rugged-built stump bucket on the market! We can say this because it’s 60” design delivers maximum leverage and breakout force, plus the bottom curve design gives added leverage and prying force. The HD cast excavator-style teeth are pin on replaceable and serrated side teeth help to grip and rip stumps. You won’t believe how easily and completely the stump comes out! The four HD attached plate-to-bucket gussets are there for incredible durability and a 1” thick cutting edge and 1” steel sides give added strength. You’ve never seen stump removal power quite like this before.
Let’s say you have a serious stump to get rid of it. This won’t be coming out and being disposed of in one piece. You need a stump grinder! It delivers industry-leading grinding visibility. Its unique design cuts 10” below ground, meaning this stump is totally and completely gone. The powerful direct drive delivers faster cuts and a 24” cutting wheel with 34 carbide teeth means that stump doesn’t stand a chance. Because 100% hydraulic power goes to the motor, you’re got some serious grind to work with. A Skid Steer with this attachment is capable of clearing, removing, and restoring your job site so you can get back to work. When you need to clear land, this is the right tool for the job.
Tree stumps can delay plenty of job sites. Certain jobs are more difficult than others. That’s why you need a Skid Steer and Skid Steer attachments, because that means you can do anything and everything you need done- no matter how difficult they are! If you need the job done quickly, and don’t have a stump bucket or stump grinder on hand, you can still use your Skid Steer to prep and clear your land in a flash. Order your new attachments so it’s easier next time and you’ll be wowed at the difference!