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    Default Wood Chipper

    I was lookign at this model and wondered if anyone had any thoughts It has a power feed which is somethign Id like to have. I dont chip large stuff just the small limbs thanks
    NEW WOOD CHIPPER PTO DRIVE TRACTOR farm 3 PT SHREDDER - eBay (item 260669458661 end time Oct-06-10 01:46:21 PDT)

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    Do you know the country of origin?

    Some features on it that don't look very rugged.

    I'd want to know a lot more about it before I'd toss that $$$ at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Do you know the country of origin?
    I can guess...
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    Default Re: Wood Chipper

    There's lots of info on those chineese chippers here.
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    Looks Like a Jinma or Jinma copy -- definitely Chinese -- you might want to look up the sponsors like Affordable or Ranchhand on the Chinese tractor forum to see what they have to say if you are serious about buying one -Those types of chippers can be good value or might require mods to operate properly -- JMHO

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    If you want a quality chipper, buy American or Canadian.
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    I just put my Jinma in the barn. I have done several of the upgrades to it. For the money, it is well worth it. If you aren't handy with tools stay away. If you are, they are a joy to use.

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    Default Re: Wood Chipper

    What type of 'upgrades' do they need?

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    I was wondering what the cost of the upgrades were? After the cost of the upgrades what do you think you have in your chipper? I know there are numerous threads regarding these types of chippers and yes they are on the less expensive side, but I've often wondered what the total cost is after the upgrades were done. I would assume it would still be less than what I paid for my Wallenstein BX42 @ $2400 I think it was.
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    Default Re: Wood Chipper

    Here is a video I found from the manufacturers site. It seems to not be too good on the feed The person fusses alot with it...
    Wood Chipper/Shredder 6"diameter - Value Leader Implements

    They liost all sorts of impliments to the left but none bring any product up.

    and here I find it for alot more .
    http://www.libertychippers.com/model...ipper.html#top

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