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    Bronze Member lil_country's Avatar
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    Default Anybody using a Liberty Chipper?

    I've been looking at chippers online, and came across Liberty Chippers; Wood Chippers - Liberty Implements
    It looks very impressive for the price. Does anyone know anything about them?
    2006 B3030, 1947 2N

    5' hog, 5' RFM, 5' box blade, 5' Grader Blade, FEL, 13KW PTO generator, Broadcast Fertilyzer, Carryall, Tumblebug, Posthole Digger
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    Default Re: Anybody using a Liberty Chipper?

    Looks like a Jinma to me.......

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    Default Re: Anybody using a Liberty Chipper?

    By golly you're right. I posted the question before I looked at the Jinma. I'm not familiar with it either. Are they any good?
    2006 B3030, 1947 2N

    5' hog, 5' RFM, 5' box blade, 5' Grader Blade, FEL, 13KW PTO generator, Broadcast Fertilyzer, Carryall, Tumblebug, Posthole Digger
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    Default Re: Anybody using a Liberty Chipper?

    You will generally need to do a little set-up initially, but if you do a search here you will see that thet have gotten great reviews by their owners. They are a good value for the price.

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    Default Re: Anybody using a Liberty Chipper?

    Lil_country, do a search and you will find a wealth of information about the Jinma Chipper. I have had one about a year now. They are well worth the $$.

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    Default Re: Anybody using a Liberty Chipper?

    I am not positive, but I was tinking that Jimna Chippers were a little less expensive. Doesn't the Liberty ad say they are manufactured in America? The corporate office is in Phoenix with warehouses on both coasts. They could import I guess, but if they have the same specs I would go with the Jimna. If you are really interested I would contact the Liberty people and ask.

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    Default Re: Anybody using a Liberty Chipper?

    I sell the originial Jinma Wood Chipper.

    Going by the parts book it looks like a copy of the Jinma chipper.

    Looks similar .... Feed drum drive shaft is different, Front belt sheild is different, feed shoot different just to name a few.

    Looks like some of the Jinma parts would cross......... not all.

    It is a China made chipper.


    Ronald
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    Default Re: Anybody using a Liberty Chipper?

    I can't see how this is anything other than a slightly modified JM-6

    From their website:
    "Unlike other tractor wood chippers, Liberty Chippers American engineers have designed this chipper from the ground up for reliability. "

    I highly doubt this is true. Making a few modifications is not same as designing it from the ground up.

    And take a close look at this picture: (and others like it) http://www.libertychippers.com/image...er-k-large.jpg

    If you enlarge it enough you may see the exact same chinese characters on the tag.

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    Default Re: Anybody using a Liberty Chipper?

    We also keep the original Jinmas in stock in Texas,so if you want to take a look at one,let me know

    Tommy
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    Default Re: Anybody using a Liberty Chipper?

    Well I sent them an email pointing out that the Jimna Corporation would be highly suprised to know that Liberty designed their woodchipper...currently waiting for a response...

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