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Brush Extractor With Spring-Loaded Jaws
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Brush Extractor With Spring-Loaded Jaws

Removes Brush & Small Trees by Their Roots
All-Steel Heavy-Duty Construction

Today's Price:$129.95
Stock Number Item Description Availability Price Order Qty
77A03.01 Brush Extractor
Item Currently Unavailable $129.95  

The Brush Extractor is an ingenious, sophisticated design that is based on the most fundamental principle mechanical advantage, or leverage. Simply put, it rips brush and scrub out of the ground - roots and all. Trees, shrubs, vines or stumps up to 1.5 diameter are removed by simply positioning the open jaws at the base of the trunk, securely clamping the jaws locked with a lever and pushing down on the handle to lever the plant straight out of the ground.

Each jaw has 20 spiked teeth that bite into the trunk, while the scissoring action of the double-jointed spring-loaded jaws increases the force of the grip as the handle is pushed down pushing harder only tightens its hold. Its a little like a snapping turtle it wont let go until you make it; in this case, by simply pulling back on the locking lever to open the jaws and release.

The Brush Extractor can be used around the yard or garden to remove nuisance brush and shallow rooted trees, and is excellent for use in areas of limited space. With a maximum jaw opening of 1-1/2, a 46 handle with non-slip rubber grips and All-Steel heavy-duty construction. Its just the thing for tackling invasive species like buckthorn, sumac and spikenard saplings and even for taking out an over-the-hill hornbeam hedge.

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Overall Rating :3 
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I Don't Like This Thing
Reviewed By:   (Curlew, WA) 
1. I have a tree that sends up new growth from its roots up to 300 feet out from its trunk. This tool will not grab and hold that growth as it is to small to grip (or to thick in some instances). That growth is why I bought this tool. 2. Large shrubs (such as lilac) are not able to be pulled by this tool either. You can't get leverage required (although the grip works as advertised). I put a large 4X6 post under it, and that helped, but I had to dig nearly the same amount as if I did not have the tool in order to extract. 3. Large shrubs and brush is not what this tool is good for. I bought and used the chain the company sells hooked to my John Deere tractor. Now that works for that job, and it substantially assists clearing acres of ground that is overgrown in brush. I did not rate the tool totally worthless, as if you (the reader) get the exact size brush they advertise for (and it is not part of a tree), it does work as advertised.

Response By: Garrett Wade Tech Department
Thank you for your review on the Brush Extractor. We are sorry to hear you are not happy with it. Please feel free to return it for a refund.

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