Faster process - the visible portion of the stump is gone within.
Jul 27, Pulling a stump using come-alongs and a lever. May 22, I was going to just cut the stumps as low as I could go, but my buddy had the great idea to tie them together and pull them together, and it worked out great.
May 06, Using a large fire, I burned a mimosa stump for about 8 hours. While it didn't burn down completely due to its moisture content, it greatly reduced the size.
When operated, the come-along winds the cable onto the ratchet, pulling the stump to allow it to be cut from the ground. Step 1 Remove the branches and trunk of the tree, leaving a stump about 3 to 4 feet tall to provide a leverage point when using the come-along.
Step 2. Cost of very large tree removal 11, Stump Removal - Come Along vs Farm Jack. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 8 of 8 Posts. H. homeimproverjoe Registered. Joined Nov 9, Posts. Discussion Starter #1 Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. A cable ratchet winch hoist (also known as a come along) is a durable, compact tool that’s ideal for lifting, tensioning, pulling, stretching, and bending in hundreds of precision tasks.
Extracting a tree stump is just one of many applications, but cable hoists are commonly used by home owners, as well as commercial landscaping and tree removal services to deal with large tree roots, stumps, and bushes. Aug 17, Use a chain saw or bow saw to cut the stump down as close to the ground as you can, without allowing the chain saw's teeth to strike the ground (this will dull your chain). Wear steel-toed boots for this part of the job.
Drill holes a few inches deep into the stump in numerous places, using the biggest, widest drill bit you have. Depress the ratchet release knob and pull out the cable on the other end of the come along.
Wrap the cable twice around the root, pull it tight so it won't slip and secure it by hooking the hook.