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Walnut stump



New Member
Jun 13, 2020

I became "feller" just because I had one tall walnut at my garden that had to come down. Everything went quite smoothly but Now I fight with the stump, the whole time I was using my electric saw Makita UC4041A - was satisfied with that but now the last parts of the stump are like concrete and no - in those parts there is no dirt or stones. I cannot remove the stump completely cause from 1 side there is a garage so I dug around from the remaining 3 sides and want to cut it just at least a little bit below the surface with the chainsaw. I even borrowed the gas powered saw Husqvarna 555 but it is not that big of a difference. The chain is dull quite fast and the whole bar with the chain burn. Is it common that it goes really really hard like that? :) Any ideas?
Thank you very much!


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