The Buzz on Sapling Puller

The EZ Puller XL-PRO tree puller and challenger tree puller are just two of the products offered by CL Fabrication, based in Clarinda, IA.Weed Wrench manufacturer retires, turn to PullerBear Tree and Root Puller available from Canada November 20, 2013 – Joy Our orange weed wrench-brand sapling puller continues to serve us well in our battle against invasive common buckthorn.find great deals on eBay for sapling puller. shop with confidence.Professional Pulling Tool. If you need a tool that is capable of removing small trees and other unwanted, woody plants in seconds than you need an Uprooter – (Buy Now!). This professional grade device can easily clear the land of woody plants without troublesome stumps left behind from cutting. . Simply place the jaws of the Uprooter around the stem of the plant and pull the lever for easy reWhy I would have a Pullerbear Pro XL321 if I could only own one tree puller. There is a very good reason to go with the Pullerbear Pro XL321’s. The XL321 is a Pro XL, Grip Xl and Cub XL in one. It has three settings and works particularly well on not only the large stems but the small saplings as well. Can interface with a Sapling Buzzer accessory (A-BUZZ-3300-1) when the Sapling Elapsed Timer reaches 00:00:00 IP MONITORING SOFTWARE With Sapling’s IP Monitor Software, the entire IP system can be controlled from one location enabling the user to make system-wide changes, control countdowns, and more!The Intimidator is an ideal product to handle your toughest stumps, posts, fencerows, rocks, and land-clearing jobs. Take control with the Intimidator!On my way back up to the cabin to get ready to leave for work, I decided to give my new pullerbear another test and latched onto a large sapling (close to fully opened, so about 3") and about 20′ tall. I wouldn’t have been able to budge it by hand (in fact, although I’m an expert sapling-puller, I wouldn’t have even tried something that size).If you look at a t post puller and note the way it engages the t post, you may be able to devise a small part that attaches to the front lip of your bucket so that as you tilt the bucket back it engages the sapling in the same way as the t post puller does. Once engaged, it would then be a simple matter of raising the bucket to pull the sapling.