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    Platinum Member JohninCT's Avatar
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    Default Re: Anyone have a Jinma chipper?

    Quote Originally Posted by greg_g View Post
    It also helps to "sharpen" the feed roller teeth occasionally. More grip = less slip

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    Yes thanks I agree. I saw that and some other good ideas on one of the other Jinma chipper threads. I've been meaning to do that but just haven't done it yet.
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    Default Re: Anyone have a Jinma chipper?

    Quote Originally Posted by quicksandfarmer View Post
    I have one.

    Straight branches, it chips like nobody's business. I've fed in logs as big as will fit, and as long as the tractor has the power it will handle them.

    Branches that aren't straight, like fruit trees, take a fair bit of handling to feed and may require cutting up before feeding. Vines and the like can jam it. It does require regular greasing and sharpening, which I think would get old if you used it every day.
    Well I'm getting real close to buying one and have two piles of mixed vines and trees to chip, all leafless because they were taken down in the winter.

    How bad is it with dry vines?

    My anticipated long term usage is for chipping up mainly fallen trees, but right now I've got this pile I need to get to.
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    Super Member greg_g's Avatar
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    Default Re: Anyone have a Jinma chipper?

    Lots of wild grape and honeysuckle around here. The don't give my chipper any problem at all

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    Default Re: Anyone have a Jinma chipper?

    Quote Originally Posted by newbury View Post
    Well I'm getting real close to buying one and have two piles of mixed vines and trees to chip, all leafless because they were taken down in the winter.

    How bad is it with dry vines?

    My anticipated long term usage is for chipping up mainly fallen trees, but right now I've got this pile I need to get to.
    Dry vines shouldn't be a problem. If they snap they'll chip. The problem is ones that are green enough to wrap around the feed drum. Enough of them and the feed teeth get covered and then it starts not feeding.

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