Re: suggestion on pine tree stump removal
If you don't want to pay a service to come and cut/grind it out, then your only other alternative is to do it yourself. If you are comfortable with chainsaws, rent one and take it down in sections. You don't need a bar that will cut all the way through the stump, you just cut sections out and work your way across it. But I would actually leave the stump height until it was pulled from the ground, to give you more leverage to pull on it.
Get yourself a couple of grunts with shovels and axes to dig up the root system and disconnect the stump from the ground. Use the height of the stump with chains, come-along, or tow vehicle to give you some extra ripping force.
I would first find your water line and see just how encumbered the root system is with it before using the axes or yanking on the stump. When all is said and done, it will be faster and easier to call a stump service to come and grind it out. I'd still find the water line first so that they don't go too deep with the grinder.
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