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Author Topic: LT10 vs HM126 which to buy?  (Read 2126 times)

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Re: LT10 vs HM126 which to buy?
« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2018, 09:39:48 AM »
Happy day today, just ordered brand spanking new HM 126 today!  Got the 14HP option. Looking forward to delivery sometime next week.
Have you received your new mill yet??
I got an HM126 with the 9hp back in 2016 (its is their older design) and it works really well. 
I think you will be happy with your purchase.
Do your self a favor and cut up some cribbing to get the mill off the ground a little bit.  
Post up some pics once you have it all set up interested to see.
Do today what others wont, so you can do tomorrow what others cant.

Kubota MX5200 / Woodland Mills HM126 / Stihl MS361

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Re: LT10 vs HM126 which to buy?
« Reply #21 on: December 03, 2018, 10:04:27 PM »
I recently bought the hm126/ 14hp for hobby milling and i love it. I got the xl trailer mounted model so i can move it to my brother's house if we need to mill some logs there. Also i can move it into my barn for the winter months. I'm very impressed with the build quality, everything is either galvanized or powder coated and everything fit the way it was supposed to. I was disappointed that the electric start option wasn't available on the hm126 with the 14 hp but find the recoil model easy to start. I have contacted tech support on several occasions and found them quite knowledgeable and helpful. My only regret is that i didn't buy it sooner! Good luck with yours and i'm sure you will love it.

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