Lovin' my Woodland Mills WC68.I have a B2650 And i am looking for a wood chipper.
It does not need to chip anything bigger than 3".
Stuff bigger than 3" will be burned in the wood stove.
Looking for suggestions on a three point chipper.
I've always got my pallet forks or loader on with the chipper on the back. When I go to the bush I pull my dumper trailer behind on the 3-point trailer receiver and forklift the chipper to the work area. Could trailer the chipper but the trails get squishy this time of year and the extra front wheel traction really helps.There's a guy on youtube with a B2601 and now (I think) an LX2610 with a WC68. The B2650 can handle it, hp wise. My B2601 loafs along with the WC46 like the JD 2025R did before it. If you have some rather steep hills like I have down to the creek, you'll notice even the 510 # WC46 back there. You'd need plenty of front end weight or the FEL on to handle the WC68 on hills.
I would like to hear more about your dumper trailer. Thank you in advance.I've always got my pallet forks or loader on with the chipper on the back. When I go to the bush I pull my dumper trailer behind on the 3-point trailer receiver and forklift the chipper to the work area. Could trailer the chipper but the trails get squishy this time of year and the extra front wheel traction really helps.
I can put the chipper on the 3-point and then maneuver the trailer with a pallet fork that has a 1" hole for a hitch ball near its end. Can pull beside the dumper trailer and the chips pile right in. Then replace the chipper (and leave it in the bush) with the trailer receiver to pull the yard or 2 of chips home to dump.
If you look at my first pic in post #4 here the hitch ball can be seen at the tip of the fork on the right.
Load Trail 5,000lb GVW single axle w/ electric brakes.I would like to hear more about your dumper trailer. Thank you in advance.
Get a gallon of Ospho rust converter and stop the rusting. https://www.ebay.com/itm/115033127667?epid=23032423563&hash=item1ac8823af3:g:K44AAOSwBRVh6jqxLoad Trail 5,000lb GVW single axle w/ electric brakes.
60" x 96" x 18" box.
Battery powered pump dual acting hydraulic lift w/charger/meter. It can handle lifting a full load (gvw-wise) of sand when fully charged and warm.
3-way gate - open at center and swing fully forward and lock in place for dumping, pivot top adjustable bottom opening for spreading, and standard tailgate with pivot at the bottom.
A photo brand new: View attachment 77468
PS: 6 years later it's rusting to death, over 50% of that powder coat has peeled off or will shortly.
It's now rust brown. I hope Load Trail's powder coat quality has improved.
B2650 became the LX2610, with a few minor changes, but the same machine, yes.Another WC68 owner here. Attached to my LX2610 I've chipped some pretty large hardwoods, up to 5" and this thing still rocks on. Cool part is you can control the infeed roller speed to help out on the large stuff. I think you're B2650 is the predecessor to the LX2610?
That's a useful add-on, but with the chipper on the 3-point being about 850 lbs wet, and hanings back of the machine a fair bit which increases the load on the 3-point, my CUT would be quickly overloaded with adding a trailer to tow behind it.