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    Veteran Member Rara Avis's Avatar
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    Default Re: Wallenstein Chipper

    Quote Originally Posted by dooger54
    dbk123 - I'm surprised you are able to run the BX62 on your tractor. My conversations with both the people at Woodward Crossings and Wallenstein told me that the 62 requires a minimum of 50hp to run effectively. I have a New Holland TC35 and was told I need to stick with the BX42.

    Anyone else have comments on this?
    Believe the people you've talked to...

    I run my BX62 on a JD2640...which is 70hp

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    Default Re: Wallenstein Chipper

    OK, I'll chime in.

    I bought my PTO chipper four years ago. I did alot of reserach and even tracked down a few people who let me come over the try out their chipper.

    I settled on a Salsco PTO 627. Here is a link to an informational page:

    http://www.salsco.com/products/627,%...2000%20WEB.pdf

    I absolutely love it. Once it grabs ahold of whatever I shove into it, I stand back and let it go. Hydraulic is nice, but adds considerable expense. It all depends on how much you use it and what you will be sending through it.
    Paul

    NH TC40DA - Salsco Chipper, LandPride 72" Finish Mower, Jacobson B40 Blower, Pronovost 72" Rear Snowblower, York Rake, Quick Tach Pallet Forks, 94" New Holland 918 Flail Mower, Construction Attachments 4 in 1

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    Default Re: Wallenstein Chipper

    Is the non hydraulic reversible if necessary?
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    Charles

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    Neat stuff - ATI Preseeder, Hydraulic PHD, Wallenstein BX62r Chipper, Millonzi Grapple, CA 4n1 Bucket. Delta Hook Rear QA system.
    Too many other random attachments to list (or to own, per my wife) and a really bad tool addiction. But at least I haven't bought a dump truck or bulldozer. Yet.

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    Default Re: Wallenstein Chipper

    We have the bx62 and run in on our JD 4310 which only has 28.5 hp at the pto. Haven't had a problem with it yet, stalled it out a couple times by putting 6" hardwood through it, but no problems.
    Tororider
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    Default Re: Wallenstein Chipper

    Kurt-- I don't know if you are still following this thread, but R & S in Torrington sells the Wallenstein chippers. I was there yesterday.

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    Default Re: Wallenstein Chipper

    Quote Originally Posted by Tororider
    We have the bx62 and run in on our JD 4310 which only has 28.5 hp at the pto. Haven't had a problem with it yet, stalled it out a couple times by putting 6" hardwood through it, but no problems.
    The BX62's larger flywheel is nice isn't it?... I would guess you are primarily running smaller stuff thru your 62, correct?

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