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Feb 12, I have seen people using jack hammers on TV to dig hard ground to dig holes. (using a 5" wide bit) I was wondering if anyone had experience with this. Would it be good for removing shrub/ tree stumps by slicing thru roots? Anyone heard of the dyna digger? It's like a jackhammer w/ a bushremover.barted Reading Time: 1 min. Jackhammers work on concrete or rock because the percussion breaks and shatters it. On a stump you are more likely to just drive the bit into the wood then have fun bouncing on top of a stuck bit.
You might start some splits but good luck breaking the stump apart. Even if you could make it work, a jackhammer can weigh as much as 90 pounds.
Aug 30, Dig with pole hole digger down 15″ or so. Then use the hammer to chisel all the way around another 4 to 5 inches without removing the soil. This will stop the roots from being pushed down and sideways. Once done then continue with the post hole digger with all the roots untangled.
February 16, at am #Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. Jun 25, But in terms of the floor, you can jackhammer it up in just a section and cut down – of course, remove all those tree roots under concrete floor.
Then you can easily chip it up down so you can cover it up with dirt.
Because here’s the thing: now that the tree is dead, those roots will continue to rot away and you don’t want to have voids under that slab. Once the slab is up, you want to dig out as much of those roots as you bushremover.bars: 2.
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mdotis. Of course cutting all the tree roots will in fact kill the tree. A general rule for cutting tree roots is don’t cut more than 25% of the root system. Measure the trunk diameter at about 4 feet from the ground. Take that measurement and multiply it by 6. Mark off that distance from the trunk and that is about where 25% of the roots can be cut.
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