WC1504 for sale at Pioneer Equipment California
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|Quick Hitch Adaptable
|Quickly and easily attach chipper to tractor with one person.
|1/4" Thick Rotor Knife
|Rotor features 4 replaceable 1/4" hardened steel cutting edges.
|Rotor Knives Can Be Rotated When One Cutting Edge Is Worn
|Each rotor knife has two cutting edges to extend rotor knife life. When one edge is worn, rotate rotor knife 180o to a new cutting edge. Less downtime required to sharpen rotor knives.
|Rotor Knives Are Replaceable
|Can replace rotor knives when all cutting edges are worn out
|4-Bolt Flanged Bearings
|Improves bearing life
|Cat. 4 Shear-Bolt Driveline
|Shear-bolt protects the unit when obstructions are encountered
|Skid Extension Supports
|Allows the unit to sit on the ground while keeping the driveline near level. Extends life of driveline u-joints.
|Adjustable Rotating Discharge Chute With Rotation Stops
|Directs direction wood chips will be discharged. Chute rotate stops keep the chute from discharging chips toward the operator feeding product toward the feed chute.
|Adjustable Deflector Chute
|Helps control the distance wood chips will be discharged away from the Wood Chipper.
|Product is pulled in by the sharp cutting edges with each pass of a rotor knife. Operator can be retrieving the next object to load while the unit is chipping the last limb loaded into the feed chute.