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    Veteran Member Poopdeck Pappy's Avatar
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    Default Re: Any feedback on Value Leader Wood Chipper

    Congrats on the new chipper. I'd love to see some action pics when you get a chance.
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    Default Re: Any feedback on Value Leader Wood Chipper

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Yuan View Post
    a ha, maybe, when US customer buy a bad quality product, and he will say: it is made in China. But when buy a good OEM product made in China, why don't you still say: yes, it is made in China. So it is unfair.

    Whey US customer say: you will buy what you pay for it. In the Chinese factory side, we will also say: yes, you will get what you pay for it.

    I think this is a really long argument point, anyway, I think US people will thank Chinese worker produce so many products for the customer all over the world, also Chinese people should thank you offer so many working job to feed our family.
    My impression of made in China is you never know what quality you will get. If there is a domestic presence supervising the production, then you can feel a little better that material certs, assembly procedures, torques, table of limits, etc., etc., have been followed and that there is a Quality department that can stop production until product conforms to quality requirements. I know that what I am about to say may seem objectionable, but please take this in the spirit offered:

    China really needs to study how Japan overcame a reputation for producing junk by focusing on quality as a priority, not sales. Sales followed quality, once they started thinking that way. Right thinking > right making > right product > right sales.
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    Default Re: Any feedback on Value Leader Wood Chipper

    Thanks Pappy. I ran a few 2 inch pieces just to try it out and it ate them like nothing. Tried to figure a way to film at the same time, but somewhat of a safety issue flying solo! Will try to grab the tripod or the wife next time
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    Default Re: Any feedback on Value Leader Wood Chipper

    Quote Originally Posted by The Deerslayer View Post
    Thanks Pappy. I ran a few 2 inch pieces just to try it out and it ate them like nothing. Tried to figure a way to film at the same time, but somewhat of a safety issue flying solo! Will try to grab the tripod or the wife next time
    Just be sure those knives are sharp. I'd guess about 10 hours is about the limit before sharpening depending on the wood chipped, the size, and the amount of debris (stones, dirt) that goes through the chipper. Since you are doing the chipping yourself it is easier to be careful. Hired hands (and unaware neighbors) don't care as much and will put anything through it.

    The spare set of knives is a real plus. Once you change the dull ones with sharp ones the difference is amazing. It is like when your kids grow up. The evolving is slow so the wholesale change sneaks up on you.
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    Default Re: Any feedback on Value Leader Wood Chipper

    The knives still seem fairly sharp, but I plan to switch out with the new set come spring. Most likely will not use the chipper till then anyhow.The extra set really was a nice bonus seeing as how they would be over 100 bucks to buy a spare set. All in all it worked out well and have more confidence with this brand.
    Quote Originally Posted by gwdixon View Post
    Just be sure those knives are sharp. I'd guess about 10 hours is about the limit before sharpening depending on the wood chipped, the size, and the amount of debris (stones, dirt) that goes through the chipper. Since you are doing the chipping yourself it is easier to be careful. Hired hands (and unaware neighbors) don't care as much and will put anything through it.

    The spare set of knives is a real plus. Once you change the dull ones with sharp ones the difference is amazing. It is like when your kids grow up. The evolving is slow so the wholesale change sneaks up on you.
    Kubota L2250, 7' International rear blade, 5' JD brush cutter, 6' King Kutter york rake, Pronovost Puma-64 snowblower, Bear Cat 73454 Wood Chipper, Ratchet Rake,Pats Easy Change

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