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    3 point hitch wood chipper

    I'm looking for a 3 point hitch chipper for my 2320. I would like a new one. Any suggestions on make and size would be appreciated.
    Ralph, (from New Hampshire)

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    I have tried to study chippers, chipper/shredders also....
    Of the info I have looked at on this type implement, it seems PTO horse power available is a major factor in comparing models by different manufacturers....
    Then in my case, wallet being a close second in the mix of data to study, it can be a tough decision to make....

    However..... One thing I have found that in the horse power range I have to work with and wallet friendly models available is that the two models I have looked closely at are combo chipper/shredder units.... Maybe not a lot of other bells and whistles available at that level of the food chain, but shredder capability will be a useful tool to me....

    Coincidentally....... The two models I'm considering the most compatible with my equipment and needs so far are Mc Kissic and Value Leader..... Used units are extremely rare in this area. Even E-bay and such don't seem to help, so that is why I am mostly looking at a new unit.....

    Now there will be have had both good and bad experience with things.... The old Ford, Chevy, Dodge argument thing......

    Be sure to post your purchase and use review....
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    I have a Salsco and it is a very well made chipper. Wallensteins are well thought of as well.
    Identify your need in capability and function, match it with your tractor and wallet. Sounds simple but it is not.
    Buy as big and capable as you think you might ever need. You won't regret it. Rarely does one wish to have gotten a smaller unit or one that is less capable.
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    4Shorts has a chipper, and I believe it's a Wallenstein.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph View Post
    I'm looking for a 3 point hitch chipper for my 2320. I would like a new one. Any suggestions on make and size would be appreciated.
    Ralph, (from New Hampshire)
    I don't currently own a chipper or chipper/shredder, but I've been doing some research into them as it will be an attachment that I will need when I get a tractor. I was looking at the Wallenstein BXM32 chipper/shredder. It will take a maximum of 3" through the chipper and 1" through the shredder. The tractors I am considering have 18 PTO horsepower and I was wondering if that was enough to get the max chipper capacity on the BXM32. I contacted Woodward Crossing and was told that the Wallenstein trailer model that has the same chipper and shredder capacity as the BXM32, has a 9HP Honda engine on it, so 18 PTO horsepower would be more than enough on a BXM32. Just what I was told, have not been able to get a response direct from Wallenstein to the same question.

    I do know that there are GTT members that have Wallenstein chippers and chipper/shredders on the back of 1026/1025R tractors.

    Good luck

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    Thanks for all the suggestions and information. I'm going to look into the brands you guys have mentioned. Also has anyone herd of Betst Products. They have a chipper on there web site( www value-leader.com) that looks good. I'll let you know what I end up buying.
    Ralph ( from New Hampshire)

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    I don't know all that much about chippers, but my advice is that when comparing models look at the weight of the flywheel. The heavier the flywheel the better it will be for a lower horsepower tractor when it goes through some knots in the limbs.

    Just my $0.02. Good luck and let us know what you get. Video of it working would be nice as I am wondering if a chipper would be worth the investment or if I should just burn cedars.


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    A few years back I purchased a Jinma chipper made in China. I purchased extra blades and belts but have never needed them. It has self feed and chips up to six inch Dia. It did take a little modification to work with my Quick Hitch but all in all it works as advertised.
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