Designed for the higher horsepower machines, what sets the Reverse-S  wheel apart from others is the unique placement of the pockets in a revere-spiral, step-out design. The wheel almost appears to be mounted backwards, as compared to other wheel designs.

The unique pocket placement is achieved by using spacers behind the inner pockets, ensuring the teeth mounted in those positions strike the stump first.

In a traditional spiral, 2 or more teeth are engaged in the cut at a time. This bogs the motor down, decreases RPM and increases the chip load per tooth which leads to chattering.


With 120 degrees of separation between each tooth, the Reverse-S  pattern breaks up the traditional spiral by cutting in a 27" arc with only one tooth engaged in the stump at a time.

We recommend visiting our machine setup page to see all available options for your machine.