Toro unveils new stump grinders at show

|  March 02, 2011 |

Toro's SGR-13 stump grinderToro’s line of walk-behind stump grinders, launched at the Rental Show in Las Vegas, offers reliable performance in an easy-to-operate machine. Useful for grinding small stumps in areas that are difficult to access, the handle bar grinders are available in two models.

SGR-6: Features a cutter depth of 6 inches below grade; cutter height of 10.4 inches above grade. The SGR-6 is equipped with a Honda GX200 engine and heavy duty centrifugal clutch.

SGR-13: Features a cutter depth of 11 inches below grade; cutter height of 14 inches above grade. The SGR-13 is equipped with a Honda GX390 engine and heavy duty centrifugal clutch.

Both models feature 12-tooth cutting wheels and Quadrublade tooth design, which cuts like a router without pulling the machine into the stump. The grinders have rubber gaskets between components to reduce vibration, minimizing operator fatigue. A cost-effective blade sharpening service is available.

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