This method is the epitome of the definition of 'brute force.' Start by digging around the stump cutting through any roots you come across. When you are deep enough to get a chain securely around or underneath the stump you connect the other end to a electric winch mounted to another tree or vehicle. An electric power electric winch is a wise choice.
Be extremely careful by making sure everyone is out of the area and that the electric winch operator is well shielded. If the electric winch cable or chain breaks, or if the chain slips off the stump, a deadly catapulted steel whip can result. Any property in range could also be severely damaged including the vehicle.
There are plenty of macho types that might be laughing when they read this however if all these instructions make you a bit weak in the knees, there are plenty of other docile methods for removing stumps.
If you have a little patience you can help the stump break down.
Find me a electric winch with the most right wing beliefs available who is in anyway affiliated with politics...even if it is remote and out of touch...like someone from the Assembly of God group! Yeah, they are out there on the fringe of sanity...do we have anyone?
Nah! I don't need to talk to her...just get her here...by the time they find everything out, I will have raised millions!
THAT will bring them back to me! I know she's not the sharpest harpoon on the whaling boat! But her ambition blinds her so much that she will throw herself on the sacrificial world stage, and we will look like unknowing bystanders! Those voters will never get what it all means anyway!'
It is important for the rollers and bolsters must be kept in good condition to prevent scratching and gouging of the hull. Adjust the tie-downs and lower unit supports properly to prevent the boat from bouncing on the trailer. Secure the bow eye on the boat with a rope, chain or turnbuckle in addition to the electric winch cable. It might be a safer option to tie additional straps across the beam of the boat.
It should be noted that the capacity of the trailer must be greater than the combined weight of the boat, motor, and equipment. The rented tow vehicle must be capable of handling the weight of the trailer, boat, equipment, as well as the weight of the passengers and equipment that will be carried inside.
When launching the boat, keep the rear wheels of the trailer vehicle out of the water, to ensure that the exhaust is out of the water. It is smart to ensure someone else on shore is holding the lines attached to the boat. Lower the motor, start the boat motor and make sure water is passing through the engine cooling system, then release the electric winch and disconnect the line from the bow when the boat operator is ready. The boat is ready to be launched with a light shove or by backing off the trailer under power.
Some of the trailers are built of aluminum and are of a sturdy quality. These can be rented, instead of bought when required. Some of the trailers cannot be used to transport pontoons over long distances. Please inquire before renting a trailing truck.