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    Default Woods Chipper - TCH4500

    A few chipper questions....

    Has anyone used a Woods TCH4500 chipper before?

    Estate Chippers by Woods Equipment Company

    What other brands should I look at? I've got a 33 hp tractor. Can I purchase one online and have it delivered?

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    Default Re: Woods Chipper - TCH4500

    I think at least some of the Woods chippers are OEM Bearcat machines - I have their 70554 and have been very pleased. I also looked at Wallenstein. All of these machines are very good but pricey.

    But as far as price/performance goes you absolutely cannot beat the Jinma 6" chippers - they can be had in the $1,500-$2,000 range and after some initital tune-up of the chinese manufacturing folks on the board love them. I'd recommend you see one before you buy any chipper.

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    Default Re: Woods Chipper - TCH4500

    Quote Originally Posted by SteveInMD
    A few chipper questions....

    Has anyone used a Woods TCH4500 chipper before?

    Estate Chippers by Woods Equipment Company

    What other brands should I look at? I've got a 33 hp tractor. Can I purchase one online and have it delivered?
    Depending upon the amount and type of work you want to do you may want to look at DR Power DR® Power Equipment - Chipper Models
    They will take your order over the phone or online and they will deliver.

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    Default Re: Woods Chipper - TCH4500

    Thanks. I've read enough to buy an Jinma. Now I'm just trying to find a dealer near the Baltimore / Washington DC area.

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    Default Re: Woods Chipper - TCH4500

    Quote Originally Posted by SteveInMD
    Thanks. I've read enough to buy an Jinma. Now I'm just trying to find a dealer near the Baltimore / Washington DC area.
    I sell the Jinma Wood Chippers Serviced and ready to go to work.

    If you would like a quote ... contact me through my web site.

    Jinma Dealer, Ranch Hand Supply , Compact Jinma Tractors

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    Default Re: Woods Chipper - TCH4500

    I have sold hundreds of these woodchippers, we ship them all accross the USA very reasonable, we also have all of the parts in stock .Let us know if we can help you.

    Tommy
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    Default Re: Woods Chipper - TCH4500

    The 8000 model is an excellent choice. A bit pricey but it will last a lifetime.

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    Default Re: Woods Chipper - TCH4500

    Steve, I'd be willing to go in half with you and we could keep it at my house.
    Steve...

    "My biggest fear is that when I'm gone my wife will sell all my tractor gear for what I said I paid for it. "

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    Default Re: Woods Chipper - TCH4500

    I realize this thread is old, but I was wondering if anyone has an experience using this chipper? My local dealer sells these and if they work pretty well, I might pick one up. I'll be using it on a cub sc2400.

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    Default Re: Woods Chipper - TCH4500

    Quote Originally Posted by gtrippleb View Post
    I realize this thread is old, but I was wondering if anyone has an experience using this chipper? My local dealer sells these and if they work pretty well, I might pick one up. I'll be using it on a cub sc2400.
    Which chipper? The topic was Woods, but it strayed to the chinese junk.

    As far as Woods...mine is a 5000chipper/shredder. Very well built machine and doesn't require the constant maintenance of some of the chinese chippers.
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