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  1. #1
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    Kubota L-35 Loader/Backhoe

    Default Jimna Chipper Blades

    I have the chipper on order. I will do a thorough check before putting it in service. Does anyone know of an after market source for blades? Are the factory blades of good quality? Are there any other parts I should replace or have on hand?

    Thanks

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    2001 New Holland TC40D w/16LA loader

    Default Re: Jimna Chipper Blades

    I'd order another set of factory blades if I couldn't source them aftermarket, since I don't know how long they'd last or how difficult they are to procure. That being said, I probably have 10-15 hours of chipping on mine and the chip size is just as small as when it was new.

    I'd also make sure I had an extra feed-drive belt on hand - the belt is the "clutch" that slips when the feed is jammed. I haven't replaced it yet, but I have smelled it burning a couple of times...

    Mark

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