Grind the carbide tooth by gradually working it against the grinding wheel.
Aug 06, When the stump grinder teeth begin to get dull, they can chip, or break off. This is because of the excess heat that is built up when cutting through the stumps. Replacing the teeth is not a difficult process and one that should be mastered if you plan to operate a stump treecut.barted Reading Time: 3 mins. May 09, What you need to replace Stump Grinder Teeth: A torch or other method of heating that cutting an uprooted tree reach about °F; Black flux – must be a brazing flux, not a solder flux; New, pretinned stump grinder teeth (a tip with braze alloy already on it) A pokey stick such as an old file.
A ceramic rod is better but harder to find. Mar 07, Step 3: Remove old Teeth. With the right tools, start removing the old Rayco stump grinder teeth. This should not be difficult to do if you had cleaned the wheel thoroughly to remove buildups on the teeth.
To make the process easy, make it methodical to avoid losing track of things. Remember, the replacement is the reverse of the removal process. Soldering in new carbides on Stump Grinder Teeth. CEI Square Shank: /2" Stump Grinder Tooth W/Lock Nut. CEI. FromThe Square Shank series stump grinder teeth come standard with a Grade 8 Lock Nut so you can get to work at once. The thick square section of the teeth and large lock nuts provide more surface contact and uniform cutting.