Your strap should be made of a strong polyester webbing, with loops sewn on both ends to ensure a secure hold. Wrap your additional strap thoroughly around the tree or bush stump, creating as much manual tension as possible.
Once you’ve wrapped your strap around the stump, grab your cable ratchet winch hoist and attach it to the web strap.
Dec 06, Removing Shrubs or Stumps with a Winch. Another option to consider is to use a winch to pull your bush, shrub or small stump. I got apound manual winch on Amazon for under 50 and a couple of tow straps as well. As you can see in the video below, I wrapped one end of the tow strap around an existing stump that I bushpruning.buzzted Reading Time: 1 min.
Apr 16, 2, Posts. #8 Apr 14, After Katrina I pulled a few stumps out with the winch. I use a chain around the stump, then pull with the winch.
When it stops I use an axe to cut some roots and a water hose to loosen the soil. I have taken out some pretty large stumps from 24 - 30 inch diameter oak bushpruning.buzzted Reading Time: 8 mins. Mar 31, Evening all, Ive a job to do to remove some conifers and some stumps, access is good.
I plan to dig around the stumps and sever the roots, and have the pulling pressure applied via a winch to my truck. Ive been offered a couple of winches for not a lot of money and will do the job fine, but wo. As you’re getting ready to start your spring clean-up projects, it’s important to take your tools into consideration. One question we get often is: “Is it safe to use winch hoist or puller to remove a tree stump?” The answer to this question is two-fold: yes and no. There’s a lot of debate about whether it’s safe and effective to use a winch hoist or puller to remove a tree stump.