Cutting to the Chase

Stump cutters are designed to make your customers' lives easier. These hard-working machines are capable of removing even the most stubborn roots.

Available in three basic types — handlebar, tow-behind and self-propelled, stump cutters can be rented to a variety of customers, including contractors, municipalities and homeowners.

The type of stump cutter you choose will depend on the type of inventory you want and customer requests. Below are some specs from several manufacturers that supply stump cutters to the rental market. These will help you get you started on
narrowing down the field.

Click here view PDF version of the Bandit Industries specs.

Click here to view PDF version of the BeeLine, Hawk Equipment Corp. and Morbark, Inc. specs.

Click here to view PDF version of the Rayco Mfg., USPraxis, Inc. and Vermeer Mfg. Co. specs.

MultiSpread 320 from Earth & Turf

  • 1-cu.-yd. topdresser with exclusive, widespread beater
  • For lawn maintenance professionals, schools, universities, golf courses and athletic fields
  • Spreads topdressing materials, infield mix and grass clippings
  • Two-wheel ground drive with 26 X 12.00-12 turf tires ensures easy pulling by 20-hp tractors

Ground Hog T-4 Trencher

  • Operator-propelled chain-type trencher is designed for jobs requiring up to a 12-in.-deep by 3-in.-wide trench in a short period of time
  • Depths of 6, 8 and 12 in. with 4- or 18-in. conversions available
  • Comes with shark or carbide-tipped rock-type teeth, tapered roller bearings and a powder-coated exterior
  • One-way ratchet assembly
  • Designed for easy maintenance

Deere 647 Tiller

  • Side-shaft-driven design allows tines to be evenly spaced in 48-in. width
  • Large replaceable tines
  • Heavy-duty tubular-tine shaft
  • Adjustable skid shoes help provide precise tilling depth for various conditions

Husqvarna 225B Blower

  • One-touch controls
  • Low vibration levels
  • E-Tech engine reduces exhaust emissions
  • 128-mph maximum air velocity speeds

Shindaiwa EB8510 Backpack Blower

  • 79.7 cc overhead cam engine, 4.5 hp
  • Weighs 24.5 lb. without tubes
  • Wind velocities up to 224 mph; maximum airflow is 762 CFM
  • C4 engine technology meets all clean air standards
  • 76.7dB(A) in normal operation; 65dB(A) in Hush Mode
  • Runs for 1 hr. on a 2-liter tank of gas

Little Beaver Kwik-Trench Earth Saw

  • Makes clean, narrow trenches and deposits soil on one side to minimize backfill and clean up.
  • For installing lawn sprinkler systems, landscaping edging and other shallow trenching applications
  • Trenches up to 30 fpm at 12 in. deep depending on model

Turfco TurnAer 4

  • Features Turfco's Diff-Drive with dual braking action, allowing the aerator to turn without stopping, with the tines in the ground
  • Handles like a trim mower so operators can productively aerate for longer periods of time
  • 4-hp Honda engine
  • 2.75-in. coring depth
  • 17-in. aeration width

Classen SA-25 Stand-Aer

  • 24-in.operational turning radius
  • Hydrostatically tine and tire driven
  • Operational and transport speed up to 4.7 mph which translates into 50,000-plus sq. ft. per hour
  • Tines hydraulically raise and lower up to a 3-in depth with a hole pattern of 4.06 x 7 in
  • Powered by a 13-hp Honda OHV engine, unit easily fits through a 36-in. gate

E-Z Trench Bedscaper BE310-A

  • Landscaping trencher
  • 6.5-hp Honda GX engine with a centrifugal clutch
  • Handle-mounted controls for the throttle
  • Adjustable cutting depth and handle height

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