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Precision Manufacturing introduces Tree Puller

Precision Manufacturing introduces the Tree Puller with a choice of two new models. The Tree Pullers were designed because sometimes you want the entire tree removed--stump, roots and all. The Tree Pullers from Precision Manufacturing allow you to do this. Uproot unwanted bushes and trees with ease. You can also remove fence posts or move large rocks. Land management becomes much easier.

The Model 525000 features two rows of teeth on each side of the puller for a stronger grip and better pulling power. The spade points allow the digging of roots and loosening of the soil. The teeth are made of tempered T1 alloy steel.

The rugged construction of the Tree Pullers allow it to be used to clear pastures and fence rows as well as roadsides, ditches and right of ways. A variety of brackets are available so the Tree Pullers can be attached to tractors, skid steers, telehandlers and other equipment.

For more information, call 888-497-3224 or visit www.precisionmfg.com.

Date: 9-24-2012

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