Greenwheel?Quadwheel?ReverseSwheel?

tnttree

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#21
I here good things about the green wheel from customers who have them
comments like it makes my '25HP like a 35 Hp"
we need Kevin (Mr Green) to get on here and explain the science behind his wheels
have put both the Quad and Green on my 38 special

Mostly have sold the revolution wheel ( it is the successor to the Sandvik)
they are made by New River
It is real smooth, does not carry the dirt around the wheel like traditional pocketed teeth.
using less HP and ejecting everything to the rear, great side cutting
harder to change teeth (can be turned )

When I had TNT running, I ran Greenteeth on my little Raycos,
great product, easy to switch teeth - broke pockets now and then
 

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deevo

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#23
This the place out of MI? Do you happen to remember pricing or anything like that? I have a brand new set of teeth that can with the grinder so it would be nice to have an avenue to get this set sharpened. Where do you buy new teeth Devon?
Yes that's right it's only like $3 a tooth, I have 2 sets so I can rotate. I got mine from my local bandit dealer, but you can order right from new river.
 

deevo

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#26
How often do you rotate yours?
Whenever they need it, which at almost $800 Canadian to replace with new I've opted to get them sharpened by Jeff's. They last a lot longer then my old yellow jackets, and are more durable. That said grinding when we even sense a rock ( more less see or hear it) we back the machine off idle it down and take it out of gear and dig the rock out. That's kind of why I didn't go with a remote, I like seeing, getting the feel, and physically doing the stump that way your not pounding the teeth on rocks and not knowing it. Plus I'm picky on who runs it!
 

Treetopflyer

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#27
I'm putting new green teeth on vermeer 50tx i acquired today as we run them on the 1635 rayco and love them. I can't get the two pockets in the close position to fit next to each other any advice is appreciated before I reach out to green manufacturing . As well I haven't determined where to place the (2) reverse angle pockets and the (2)straight pockets on the wheel. As the wheel appears to be divided in thirds to me as to there pocket location. I know balance is key to performance and I'm a bit jammed up with this thought.
 

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Baja Mike

Active Member
#28
I put the quadwheel on my rayco 1635
Had on the superteeth originally
Quad wheel
Pros
Cuts way faster
Teeth can be flipped
Teeth stay sharp longer
Teeth are cheaper
Cons
Throws chips 50'
Cleanup time double
Necessary for debris containment screen to protect passerbyers and help with cleanup

Stock wheel with the rayco teeth
Pros
No containment screen necessary
Very quick cleanup
Cuts fast when teeth are new
Cons
Teeth expensive and only one side
Not fun to change takes a bit
Dull out quickly
 
#29
I'm putting new green teeth on vermeer 50tx i acquired today as we run them on the 1635 rayco and love them. I can't get the two pockets in the close position to fit next to each other any advice is appreciated before I reach out to green manufacturing . As well I haven't determined where to place the (2) reverse angle pockets and the (2)straight pockets on the wheel. As the wheel appears to be divided in thirds to me as to there pocket location. I know balance is key to performance and I'm a bit jammed up with this thought.
i think they make a special wheel for this machine to make greenteeth work on it.
 
#34
I have a small Bandit, 6 wheeled machine, with 35 HP gas engine. This machine appears to be too small / slow for the average jobs I see. What is the best cutter wheel / teeth combo? I am near the coast and have no rocks.
 

Treetopflyer

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#35
I have a small Bandit, 6 wheeled machine, with 35 HP gas engine. This machine appears to be too small / slow for the average jobs I see. What is the best cutter wheel / teeth combo? I am near the coast and have no rocks.
Sounds like the green or the quad work well in that hp range. I'd reach out to green manufacturing and talk to them about it. I will say I love my green teeth. I have a 50 horse diesel , so even with dull teeth it's beast. I hate stump grinding , so when I do it I just want it done. We had a 35hp gas rayco and I couldn't stand how long it took to grind a good size stump. Hence why we got a fifty diesel. No matter what you choose for your grinder teeth ,if you see enougn bigger stumps there's no replacment for displacement! Might be time to ante up for mooorrreee pooowwwerrr(y)
 
#36
I am facing the fact that I need a bigger stump grinder. Leaning towards a wheeled machine. I really like the Carlton 7015. Where is the best place to find a used machine?
 
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