Waited too long on ordering this stump grinder. Mounted it on a TC33 New Holland and my wife went to work. We live on 120 ac in NW Florida with planted pines. It will knock them down to below ground level in no time. Some of the stumps that have turned to lighter knot takes just a little longer. Just wish I would have ordered it sooner. We’ve taken over 200 stumps down and it still works like new. Keep the bits sharp and it’ll work every time.
First time using my new stump grinder. Cleaning up the tree line. Before I would use the backhoe to pull the stumps out. Made a mess and had to dispose of the stump. Grinding them much easier!
Bought the WC68 to use with a JD3520 and it works great. Have about 10 hours on it so far and it makes short work of the small trees and limbs. Should have bought it years ago!
Assembly went well, little bit of a learning curve sawing but very happy with the mill.
I purchased my mill in 2019. I had a bit of a learning kerf but after a few cuts I found my zone, and started producing usable lumber. The plans I have made for the materials I’ve made are numerous. One of which requires many beams. They have turned out beautiful. The projects are only limited by the hands of time, but with the mill the lumber is limitless.
Mounted this to a New Holland TC24DA with 18hp rated PTO. Was worried it would not be enough power but it wasn’t a problem. Don’t take too much material per pass and it works just fine and be ready to raise PTO if it digs in too much. Unit is built very well and very solid. No complaints at all and I’m very happy with it. Just check the hardware and set screws on the shaft, they will loosen up after a while but that goes for any equipment.
I bought the chipper last fall 2019 but didn't get a chance to assemble and use it before the snow came. The instructions for assembly are logical and well presented. I gave it the first run today and I'm very pleased with the performance. I think my family and I will enjoy using the WC68 Woodchipper for many years to come
Purchased the WC88 chipper in 2018 to clean up storm damage around the farm. Love this machine. I run it off a 125 horsepower case tractor after making larger bottom mounting pins to fit a cat 2 quicktach. Makes quick work of willow branches that are snapped off in windbreak rows in my fields. I don’t have to load and haul the branches as I can just aim the chute back into the windbreaks and fire the chips back in there. What would have been weeks of work turned into a few days. Chipped 6-7” diameter branches nicely. The chipper came in an awesome steel crate that is so well put together that I decided to repurpose it into a shelter for the ferrel cats that hang around the farm (and keep the rodent population down).
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