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    Default Woodmaxx vs Jinma chipper

    I am looking to purchase a chipper. Looking for feedback on the Woodmaxx 8" vs Jinma 6" pto chippers for clearing a few acres of misc. hardwood and softwood.

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    Default Re: Woodmaxx vs Jinma chipper

    I don't know anything about the chinese chippers, but I'd definately recommend the Wallenstein's. Welcome to TBN. (took you eight months to post, you're gonna have to step it up a little. )
    Kioti CK 25 Hydro: box blade, brush hog, rake, roto-till, grapple, bucket forks, de-stump cyl, Wallenstein Chipper
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    Default Re: Woodmaxx vs Jinma chipper

    Thanks, I wound up purchasing the Woodmaxx 8H Hydraulic feed. Should be here next week. Decided I need the bigger of the two as I have a alot of larger spruce to clear.

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    Default Re: Woodmaxx vs Jinma chipper

    Good luck with it. Are you going to use a winch or something to move the spruces into it? That would be the end of my back, trying to wrestle 8" limbs.
    Kioti CK 25 Hydro: box blade, brush hog, rake, roto-till, grapple, bucket forks, de-stump cyl, Wallenstein Chipper
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    Default Re: Woodmaxx vs Jinma chipper

    How did the chipper work out? I'm thinking about the Woodmaxx w/hydraulic feed.

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    Default Re: Woodmaxx vs Jinma chipper

    I'm also looking at the WoodMaxx with hydrdaulic feed. Would love to hear any personal experience with one of those. My second choice would be Bear Cat, but the budget is tight right now.

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    Default Re: Woodmaxx vs Jinma chipper

    When it comes to bang for your buck - you can't go wrong with the WoodMaxx WM-8H Hydraulic Auto-feed chipper. For $2,749 you have an 8x8" feed opening, 185lb flywheel, 2" Main shaft supported by 3 bearings and overall, the design considerations of this machine take ease of use and maintenance into consideration.

    It seems like the customers that do business with WoodMaxx not only like their machines, but also dealing with the company. Good luck on your search.

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    Default Re: Woodmaxx vs Jinma chipper

    I bought the woodmax wm-8m. I've been really impressed with it. About 10hrs of chipping in and it's eaten everything I've thrown at it. I wud of liked to do the hydraulic feed but my tractor is a little under sized and I thought the mechanical was a little lighter and a lil less HP req. I'm running it off a kubota B2920. It's a load on the 3pt right under max but the pto has no trouble running the flywheel. Had to shorten the drive shaft to the minimum and buy a longer top link for the 3pt but now I take it to the trees and chip branches where they lay.

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    Default Re: Woodmaxx vs Jinma chipper

    To all who emailed me about the chipper.
    I am totally enjoying the chipper now after healing with a fractured back a day after receiving my 8" hydraulic chipper. After having a small problem to start with I've been very pleased with it's performance. Kurt and Vanessa have been great to deal with. They answered all my questions promptly and service was the best I've dealt with in a long time!
    I decided to purchase this chipper after watching my run his neighbor's expensive hydraulic unit (twice the price) which clogs all the time trying to chip when it is wet out. Doesn't like leaves either from what he told me. This chipper hasn't clogged once using both hard and soft woods when its wet out which seems to be all the time lately. All in all I'd say it's well worth the money.

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    Default Re: Woodmaxx vs Jinma chipper

    Well now you're obligated to post some pics. Take it slow on your back, mine always feels ok when it's not f-w season.
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