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good morning from Connecticut has any one used the wg24 stump grinder on a 1026r it seems like a well built and user friendly tool.
thank you and enjoy your Sunday .
 

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Do you mean Woodland Mills? That's a different company than Woods.

Tim does a video review on the same basic design grinder from another company:

 

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good morning from Connecticut has any one used the wg24 stump grinder on a 1026r it seems like a well built and user friendly tool.
thank you and enjoy your Sunday .
They are well built and user friendly, but they aren't necessarily "tractor friendly". Especially on a small lightweight tractor like the 1-series. Check out the videos above from Tim and note how much it jerks the back of his tractor around.
 

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seems like it would be useless on a gear drive tractor.......or hard on clutch if you could fanagle it.
 

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seems like it would be useless on a gear drive tractor.......or hard on clutch if you could fanagle it.
Yes. Hydrostatic drive required.
 

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