Hey Dirtydeed, I will be using my QH15 quick hitch, but quick hitches connect on the lower lift arms and the top link just like an attachment, so it still depends on the stabilizers for stability, or to set how much play you want from side to side. I will wrench the turnbuckles down tight and just work with it best I can. They tend to always come loose though when working and over time begin to back out, leaving the 3 pt with a lot of sway. I think I even have an ever so slight bend in my turnbuckles from the load of pulling my 700+ lb disc harrow.Tornado, I thought that you were going to be using your quick hitch rending telescoping links moot?
Nice B737. I forget where you said you were, but I thought New Jersey? If so, youre not too far from where they originate which I understand is Buffalo, NY I believe.This is nuts... R&L carrier just called and told me its being delivered tomorrow! the tracking number still hasnt updated in the system
In woodland mills product videos of the WG24, they mention that they include documentation on these items with the grinder, so you should have some documentation on this when it arrives. There are some videos on this on YouTube that are worth watching if you're killing time before the delivery truck shows up
Yes, its in the manual. Basically, you're measuring the height of the springs (how much they are compressed.
When the new tractor arrives? when is that? Man, you better throw that thing on that BX and go see what it will doah ha ok that makes sense ^^
18 wheeler arrived on time, parked on the street then dropped it in the driveway with a motorized electric pallet jack. 1 minute deal. Gross out today (what else is new here lately) so I stuck it in the building and will set it up once the new tractor arrives.
You have more self control than I then. I would be grinding one of those stumps right now with that BXI think late next week if the sales department isnt bs'ing me. im reluctant to dial it in on BX if it will end up being used on B.
I have a few oak stumps on the ready!
Yeah, but are you going to wait until after the 50hr "break-in" on the tractor? lol. That'll be 6 months from now!I think late next week if the sales department isnt bs'ing me. im reluctant to dial it in on BX if it will end up being used on B.
I have a few oak stumps on the ready!
Good to hear NHS thanks for checking in. You guys both ordered October 6/7. I ordered on October 19 so I expect to wait a bit. Maybe by Friday Ill ship if im super lucky, but Im more expectng next week based on what the lady told me, which even if it shipped next week, Id get it end of next week, just in time for the weather that is about to change here in north florida. Its still upper 80's here this week. Highs are expected to drop to mid 70's over this weekend and stay in the 70's for the forseeable forcast. Thats how eather shifts here. We will go from 90's to 70's in a weeks time and its like flipping a switch. We are about to flip the fall switch here and thats when I want to be out grinding stumps anyways. I may schedule to have it delivered Friday, if I can, and take that day off work and have a long weekend. How blessed are we in this country.Mine is being dropped off tomorrow.
You may want to schedule a day of rest in between (for your neck) since you have so many stumps.I may schedule to have it delivered Friday, if I can, and take that day off work and have a long weekend. How blessed are we in this country.
I don't plan to grind all those stumps in one weekend. I will probably take my time with them, work on them a little at the time over the winter. I have no reason to rush it really. Just would like to get them all done by next spring when I need to start mowing grass again.You may want to schedule a day of rest in between (for your neck) since you have so many stumps.
I did learn how to really finesse the treadle peddle by placing my foot completely on top of it. Full heel/toe action so I didn't need to ride the brake at all.
And yes, we are blessed.