WAHPETON, N.D. — Wishek has engineered its Y2000 offset disk to withstand the toughest conditions of construction jobs. With its massive tubular frame (6″ x 12″ x 3/8″), strong 36-inch blades and a low bearing-to-blade ratio, it is ruggedly built to eliminate expensive downtime when performing site prep, land clearing, soil drying and a variety of other applications.

The Y2000 disk is available with a 10-foot working width and 18-inch blade spacing. It exerts 1,273 pounds per foot, helping the notched blades cut through the most difficult ground and asphalt. A manual leveling system offers easy depth and pitch adjustment. The gang angle can also be adjusted.

For maximum strength and support on the jobsite, the Y2000 comes with heavy-duty 385/65R 22.5 truck tires on 10-bolt hubs. Other standard features include a hitch jack, bearing guards and washers, a gang bolt wrench, solid mount double scrapers, and a transport warning light package.

Founded in 1969 by Harley and Carol Brandner, Wishek disks have become a well known and respected line of equipment. In 2021 the Wishek brand and sister brands, Wil-Rich and Concord, were purchased by Väderstad AB of Sweden. The company, now known as Vaderstad Inc., will continue to innovate and provide the high-quality products and levels of service and support that Wishek always has. For more information, visit wishekmfg.com.

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