I am having a blast with this thing! The shipping was fast and the assembly was easy. It is clearly well built and the design was well thought through. Having so much fun that my wife is afraid our property will be void of trees soon!
Received the WC68 Wood-chipper in a metal crate, very well secured against shipping damage. Taking my time, it took about 3-4 hours from starting to unpack until the chipper was ready to use. There is a very fine filter screen in the hydraulic fuel tank inlet opening, which makes filling the tank with the required 20ltr of hydraulic fluid a bit of a pain (very, very slowly). To fit the PTO shaft to my tractor, I had to shorten the shaft. That was easier as I first thought, following the instructions supplied with the shipment and using an angle grinder with zip disc, and voila, the shaft fit perfect. My tractor is a Kioti CK3510 (35HP). The first job was to chip branches from several fir trees we had felled. The largest branch I fed the chipper was about 5” in diameter and 12’ long. It was a joy watching it getting chipped up into perfect size (for our use) wood chips. The only thing one has to watch out for when chipping conifer branches, is not to overfeed the chipper with fine branches that are almost all needles. Best is to alternate between fine needles and larges branches. The wood chips of the larges branches force the needles out and clear the shoot. At the beginning we stuffed too many fine needle branches into the chipper and they plugged the exit shoot. We turned off the PTO and the tractor and then opened the knife and flywheel housing. Excellent design!! Only one bolt to take out and then you can flip the housing open to clean out any stuck debris. We used the chips around the sheep barn and the chicken run. In the spring we will be chipping alder to use as mulch in the field and garden. We are totally satisfied with the Woodland Mills chipper. Couldn’t asked for more - great price as well. My farm equipment dealer quoted me a similar size chipper for almost double the price. Greetings from the Beaufort Rainbow Farm - Vancouver Island Peter
We are very pleased with the purchase this is a wood-eating machine. We ran it non stop for 2 days and filled 2 chipper trucks, It never missed a lick. Saves so much time than hauling brush running machine with 40 hp handles it all fine. assembly is easy, about 1 hr. It works easy, not one bit disappointed. I would buy another, thanks for a great product.
I love my new stump grinder and it paid for itself in the first two days. I had several pine, sweetgum, red and white oak stumps to grind and had quotes of $3000 and up to have them all ground. My John Deere 23hp tractor spins the WG24 great, and while the larger stumps take time and a slow pace with a smaller tractor, it’s effective and well worth the extra time. I was concerned about tooth longevity, but have found that the machine coughs up smaller rocks with no damage and have only had trouble with a couple of larger ones hidden inside root balls. No replacements or sharpening needed yet, over 30 stumps in. I couldn’t be happier!
I am a beginner sawyer, took my time with the research on a mill and decided on the hm126. Right out of the box, things looked a little confusing. As long as you follow the steps included in the manual,set up will go easy. Would also recommend talking the time to place the mill on a solid level surface. Highly recommend this mill to anyone with wooded acreage.
Awesome addition to my JD 1025R!! Great website video, easy to assemble, and Wow- crazy good at shredding through the brush from Fall clean-up and recent tree trimmings!!
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