Just cut it with the darned saw.
Jun 14, Have a couple of stumps in the yard that need to go. Tried cutting them with the chainsaw to open them up for treegrind.bar us out on Facebook: https://ww.
Use your chainsaw to grind down the leftover stump. Stumps, the leftover stubs of felled trees, can get in the way, trip people walking by and are, generally, an eyesore. Ripping stumps out of the ground with an automatic machine will cost a lot of money in extra rentals and equipment.
A chainsaw, however, can grind up a stump and leave it all but gone; still, you can't use a chainsaw to completely grind away a stump.
Where are you in MN?
Sep 12, The best method to removing a stump is to start by making alternating, diagonal cuts starting at the top. Cutting diagonally will let the chunks of wood slide off your saw.
If you cut horizontally or vertically, there’d be a good chance that the weight of the piece you’re will push against the chainsaw’s blades, making it bind or kick. 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 can you cut a small stump with chainsaw 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.
Sep 04, Why not rent a chainsaw? Don't muck up your saw, no matter what it is on a stump.
Make sure you contact the city you are in to make sure this is legal.
Stumps are dirty, and hard on saws. That's what rentals are for! Chainsaw would make short work of it. Clean up the area to be cut as best you can, with a hose, or air or whatever. The less dirt you cut into the better. Welcome to AS. Where are you in MN? Apr 18, dug around the stump and large roots with shovel and pick / mattock - and then cut through the roots with a small battery powered DeWalt recip saw (w / 12" blade).