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Stumpex Attachment


• No Carbide Tools to Replace

• Low Maintenance (Greasing & Sharpening every 1,000 Stumps)

• Low RPM Auger Bit (7-16 RPM) Leads to Easy Clean-up and has
   no High Speed Flying Debris for Safer Work Zone

• Fraction of Work Time Compared to Conventional Stumpers

• Mount on Skid Steers with 20 - 42 GPM / 2,500 to 4,000 psi

• Mount on excavators with 30-55 GPM / 3500 to 5000 psi

• Mount on exacvators with 12-20 ton rating


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When operating your Stumpex make sure to have PPE safety gear on and your carrier has an enclosed cab and door closed. Be sure no one is within 15 feet of the working area to ensure safety. Always survey your working area for obstructions and call before you dig to avoid utilities.

Always properly maintain your Stumpex by inspecting daily and making sure your blades are properly sharpened. Stumpex blades should maintain a 30 degree angle to work efficiently. Remember to always use your Fecon provided Fecon gauge.


• Any Species of Wood

• Bores 20” into Ground while Cutting Feeder Roots

• Durable AR500 Steel Blades make the Stumper Tough, Even in
   Rocky Conditions

• Safer than Conventional Stumpers due to Slow Rotation
   Auger Bit Action


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Product Specifications


Weight 1368 lbs
Hydraulic Flow 20 - 42 gpm
Hydraulic Pressure 2500 - 4000 psi
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  • Land Clearing

    Terrain, density of the vegetation, soil stability, moisture, species to be treated, environmental concerns and obstacles to work around are some of the considerations when choosing the right machine for the application. The successful land-clearing contractor will usually approach the job with a variety of units including tracked or wheeled mulching machines, excavator mulchers and skid steer tractors equipped with mulching attachments as well as other tools to handle the many tasks found on the average land-clearing site.

  • Vegetation Management

    Fecon products are used for clearing vegetation for utility right-of-ways (ROW), roadside clearing, removal of invasive species, removal of wood fuels in the forest, and silviculture to maintain and improve forests.

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