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Pullin’ stumps — ain’t no better recipe for equipment damage and bodily injury.  ‘Round where I’m from it’s a spectator sport;  everybody grabs a cold one and watches the frame-twisting, chain-flinging, bone-jarring action from the sidelines, taking side bets on what’s gonna give first.  Maybe if you use the Brush Grubber HD you’ll even the odds of actually pullin’ the stump, ’cause it hangs onto it like stink on a wet dog.

With eight gripping teeth on each of its dual rotating pads, the Bush Grubber HD can grab onto brush or tree stumps from 1/2″ to 4″ in diameter, and BAC Industries claims it won’t slip off — by design, the harder you pull, the harder the jaws should grip.  They manufacture the 12-1/4lb Brush Grubber HD from heavy-duty 3/4″ steel with 3/4″ pins.

Pick up the Brush Grubber HD for around $80.

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2 Responses to Even The Odds With The Brush Grubber HD

  1. paganwonder says:

    Stump pullin’- the fine art of trying to get it done quicker by taking short cuts and ending up taking longer and working harder! A great spectator sport, should be on ESPN

  2. David Bryan says:

    I am seriously underwhelmed by the claim of grabbing onto brush or tree stumps 1/2″ to 4″ in diameter. I can see how this could save you a bunch of tying and untying, but that’s just not a very impressive stump-pulling credential. Where I grew up they made us dig up stumps like that with the silverware just to keep it polished.

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