Manual Tree Transplanter

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Manual Tree Transplanter

Cost-effective, one-person way to relocate trees

  • Uproots trees at a fraction of the cost
  • Maximum raised height is 29”
  • 14”H lift capacity

This manual transplanter uproots trees at a fraction of the cost of pricier models that mount on a tractor or skid steer. It handles small trees, shrubs and bushes up to approximately 1½” in diameter, depending on root depth and spread. Slide-hammer handles pound two spades into the ground to remove root balls up to 15”W x 14”D. A manual jack mounted on the unit lifts trees out of the ground — 14”H lift capacity. Maximum raised height is 29” to the top of the spades. 16”-dia. flat-free tires are ready to work when you are. Add the optional 33”L hitch attachment (Item No. 192100, sold separately) to tow the transplanter around with your ATV or UTV. Universal, pin-style hitch includes mounting hardware.

2014 Master Catalog: Page 391

NOTE: Shipped by motor freight. Charges to be determined when order is placed.

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2.3

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5.0

Worked Great!!

By Tom

from Orangeburg, SC

About Me Professional Landscaper

Pros

  • Quality Materials

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Lawn Maintenance

    Comments about Manual Tree Transplanter:

    Used this about 20 times now and everything is working great. I was not sure about it right away but after getting the hange of it I love it. I would recoment this cheaper option to everyone. I have used friends on skid steers before but they cost 4 times as much.

     
    1.0

    Don't Buy

    By Stan the Shovel Man

    from Douglas Co. Colorado

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        Comments about Manual Tree Transplanter:

        tree spades lasted for 5 transplants.knock-off style HI-Lift jack requires you to manually operate lifting pins and jack handle, 3 hands needed. nice paint job

        (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Difficult to use

        By Rich

        from Belleville Il

        About Me Avid Gardener

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          • Doesn't cut tap root
          • Hard to hammer
          • Shovels stick

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            Comments about Manual Tree Transplanter:

            The slide hammer is to close to the ground to get enough leverage to drive the shovels in. The tool doesn't cut the tap root. It is easier to just dig the tree the old fashion way.

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