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Anyone have experience with a "Brush Grubber" for pulling saplings?

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  • #16
    We used a wire cable to pull multiflora rose bushes on the property when we first bought the place. Made a loop around the bush and used a F-20 Farmall tractor for power. Cleared off 20 acres that way. Can't say how large any saplings were we pulled as that was more than 40 years ago and I was a kid and didn't notice those details.
    Krutch


    Mentally confused and prone to wandering!

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    • #17
      I have one, and am very satisfied with it. I was amazed at how well it held. I have used it on several 2" to 4" saplings, and on the roots of two climbing rose bushes that were 4 or 5 inches in diameter. I've never had it slip yet.

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      • #18
        I also have one and love it , I welded a hook onto my bucket with about 2' of chain on the grabber , lift , then rock tractor back and forth while lifting tada done. Prongs are about 3/4" long 6 of them mounted on swivel pads , the harder you pull the tighter it gets.

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