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Oct 21, Stump Removal with Farm Jack. This one came out easy compared to the maple stump I took out earlier this year. I'd like to think it was due to my skills. The. To prepare the bush or stump, all you have to do is to trim it down low enough that you can fit the tripod over it (but not too low that you can't wrap a chain around it).
The idea is that you wrap your chain around the base (as low as you can) of the stump or bush, and then attach it to the arm on the Farm stumppruning.barted Reading Time: 5 mins. Jun 12, See how this 3 tonne farm jack buckles under load whilst attempting to pull up a stump. Very disappointing performance! May 19, Pay no attention to the yelling lol She's not hurt.
I ended up pulling the rest of the roots by hand except one. For that I used a come-along.
As a kid, I remember pulling out a bunch of huge bushes with our suburban.
Stump Removal with Farm Jack. Another factor was that this was a Leyland Cypress and much smaller then the Maple i took out in my other video(s).
It still was a job, but hours after starting it was out. The jack made it happen (with some help from the sawmill). Aug 18, - Remove Bushes and Stumps the Easy Way With a Farm Jack (AKA Hi-Lift Jack): We recently bought a year old house, and the previous owners loved unruly bushes and trees.
Only cut the roots as much as you need to pry or pull the stump out.
We had quite a few that were touching the roof of the house or spilling over onto the neighbors driveway, so we decided to get rid of the bushes an. Feb 04, I pulled a bunch of stumps with one. IIRC" thick was the average size. id pull the chain tight, then use a ax to chop roots that would bulge up. tighten chain, dig with shovel, chop roots, tighten chain. eventually the stump would be at 90 and then id hook the little tractor to it, and pull a little, chop roots and eventually drag the. Apr 11, I picked up the farm jack from Northern Tool for 50 and already used it to fairly easily remove two other crepe myrtle stumps that were about 2/3 of the size of this beast.
For those, I cut through the roots and used the jack to lift the stump up out of the ground. The sound of roots cracking under the pressure of the farm jack is a sweet.