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    Platinum Member Bill Barrett's Avatar
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    Default Jinma Chipper 4 hours

    Probably have 4 hours on the chipper so far, not one hiccup.
    Used the chipper at a community clean up day Saturday. Went to the woods for maybe 1 hour of heavy clean up later. So far it's amazing.
    Thanks Ronald.

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    Default Re: Jinma Chipper 4 hours

    Hey Bill,
    You are welcome. It should do you good for a long time.

    Remember to keep it greased ...every 8 - 10 hours.

    I will let you know when I have the members only section done on my web site that will show some maintenance tips.

    Give me a shout if you ever need me.

    Ronald
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    Bronze Member landman's Avatar
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    Default Re: Jinma Chipper 4 hours

    Is that smoke coming from around the chute?
    Mahindra 4035, FORKS, 8ft PLOW, 290 STIHL, 034 STIHL, 20AC WOODED HILLY, 1000FT DRIVEWAY, 5 CULVERTS, 8CORD A YEAR, PIGS,Chickens

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    Default Re: Jinma Chipper 4 hours

    Quote Originally Posted by landman
    Is that smoke coming from around the chute?
    What he said Never saw that coming from my chipper, even when I plugged it up once.
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    Default Re: Jinma Chipper 4 hours

    Quote Originally Posted by landman
    Is that smoke coming from around the chute?
    I was not standing there and hopefulley Bill will chime in ???

    But, I think he was chipping very DRY, almost rotten wood when the picture was taken and the sun allowed the wood DUST to really show up well.

    Just my opinion.

    Ronald
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    Default Re: Jinma Chipper 4 hours

    Ditto what Ronald, Ranch Hand Supply said. Happens to me when I chip that dry stuff.

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    Platinum Member Bill Barrett's Avatar
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    Default Re: Jinma Chipper 4 hours

    Sorry I didn't see you guys asking about the smoke. I've been working too much to be on the internet.
    That is hard very dry honey locust, stuff is hard as coal or coke to burn. It's not smoke just fine dust.
    Chipper eats it up!

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