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    Default Champion Wood chippers

    Any opinions on Champion wood chippers for my pto? Pro vs Cons, etc.. Thanks

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    Default Re: Champion Wood chippers

    I would look at the Jinma JM-06 self feed for less money,more options

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    Default Re: Champion Wood chippers

    I did a ton of research on chippers and ended up with the Wallenstein. PTO power and it feeds itself without the hydro feeder. Tough as nails, direct drive (no belts!) and throws the chips a long way.
    Check 'em out: BX Wood Chippers - Wallenstein
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    Default Re: Champion Wood chippers

    Quote Originally Posted by Happyman
    I did a ton of research on chippers and ended up with the Wallenstein. PTO power and it feeds itself without the hydro feeder. Tough as nails, direct drive (no belts!) and throws the chips a long way.
    Check 'em out: BX Wood Chippers - Wallenstein

    I had the manual Champion and did not like it. Traded up and got the hydro one and it is pretty good, but very expensive. I had a clogging issue until I flipped the blades to the new sharp side and it is much improved since. I just can't see how the cheap China chippers can compare.

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