Mystery PTO chipper

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Jrlayden

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I’m looking at buying this PTO chipper but can’t find any info. Owner doesn’t know brand/model. Anybody recognize the brand?
 

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looks like a chinese knock-off of a woodland mills? Farmer friend/victory/bets? can't remember who uses what color scheme though I do recall that alot came from same factory just different paint. Any model numbers on it?
 
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Brand new, that would be an insult to Woodland Mills.....says I.

Cheers,
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Yes - I recognize it. Made by Rube Goldberg. That thing looks dangerous. I would not run it - even if given to me for free.

Chippers can be/are dangerous implements. You do not want to become involved with one with dubious parentage.
 
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If you can buy it cheap enough....

Clean it up a little... Tune it up as needed...
Sharpen it, adjust it.....
.....Go for it....

Worst that can happen is you resell it...
 
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it's the CDT brand, a knockoff of a knockoff relative of the Jinma knockoff.

CDT stands for Chinese Death Trap. Use at your own peril.
 
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Actually it is a Wood-Pro model 20DP3 or 24DP3 (20 inch or 24 inch flywheel)
Sold by VC Marketing, Roseland, NJ - division of Vandernolen Corp., Livingston, NJ.
I bought a slightly used 24D180E trailer model back in 1998, freshened it up mechanicly and paint wise and still have it.
It has a twin cylinder Briggs 18 HP engine with Electric start.
These were rented by a lot of tool rental companies, you can still find them selling by equipment dealers for around $2000 give or take 1 or 2 hundred.
That PTO model in the OP,s photo shows the original model & serial tag on the frame hanging by one rivet.
It looks like it’s all there.
These are gravity feed units and are fairly safe as when the tray is folded open you would have to have a 5 foot arm to reach the blades.
I think the maximum wood thickness it could take is 3 inches.
If I was the OP and could buy that one for a few hundred I would jump on it!
 
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Here’s a photo of my trailer model WoodPro chipper.
 

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I think that's awesome! I'd buy that, give it some love and a paint job and run it!
 
 
 
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