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Question to woodmizer owners. Since it they are cantilever design do they ever get out of align when they get older?If I end up getting a used sawmill it will probably be a woodmizer and that is one thing that i'm kinda worried about.
Seems like the track that the cam rollers roll on would wear just as much as the rollers where it's used the most, is that replaceable. No adjustments at all on my B20 in over 7000 hours except for guide rollers and band tracking... Steve
Seems like the track that the cam rollers roll on would wear just as much as the rollers where it's used the most, is that replaceable.
Arky is right, where is he 10 million club?
A Wood-Mizer mill will get old. But with replacement parts available at the other end of your keyboard or phone, the company is great when it comes to support. I attended the 25 year celebration held at Will's in Missouri a couple of years back. The tour included the first mill Wood-Mizer sold. The company bought it back and refurbished it. The picture just doesn't do it justice. (Image hidden from quote, click to view.)
Well that's nice to know that they don't wear out to bad. If that rail did wear out the could always go with a bolt on rail. On a old Newholland baler it has hundreds or guides and rollers. Ok maybe hundreds is a bit of an exaggeration but it has a few and every rail the rollers ride on can be replaces and have to be adjusted with a feeler gauge. So even though it is old it can still push out some real nice looking bales. So do you guys have anymore questions is could ask the seller?
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