Bandit stump grinders are competitively priced at ALL levels and have superior performance over Vermeer, Carlton, and Rayco stump grinders.
Bandit’s advantages over the competition’s stump grinders
- Hydrostatic direct-drive
- Revolution cutter wheel
- Expandable track models
Hydrostatic Direct-Drive vs. Belt and Chain-Drive
Hydrostatic direct-drives in all of Bandit’s stump grinders mean less maintenance and less downtime. This saves consumers both time and money. Any extra costs should be something to be aware of when choosing equipment, especially something as critical as a stump grinder. Belt and chain-drive units in the competitors’ models require numerous additional components as well as additional wear on parts that Bandit has eliminated.
Faster Wheel Speed
All of Bandit’s stump grinders, from the 103” ZT1840 to the 169” 3100 Towable feature a cutter wheel speed vastly better than comparable models of Rayco, Carlton, and Vermeer. The speed and construction of Bandit’s standard Revolution cutter wheel provides superior grinding power as well as excellent chip containment. The Bandit 2250R has a wheel speed of 1,850 rpm while the Rayco RG27 only has a wheel speed of 1,170 rpm. Even the Vermeer SC292 is a distant second at 1,400 rpm.
Expandable Track Models
Two of Bandit’s stump grinders feature expandable tracks for more sophisticated jobs without sacrificing power or speed. The Bandit 2900 Track has a wheel speed of 1525 rpm and a torque of 1400 rpm, almost doubling the Carlton SP8018 TRX. Both the 2650 Track and 2900 Track offer the maneuverability and accessibility of a smaller grinder but in the the stability of a larger track stump grinder. Any consumer who works in a larger variety of spaces has some great options with these expandable track models.
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