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    WoodMaxx MX-8800 Chipper

    I ordered a MX-8800 on 5/11 and it was delivered today! My delivery window was 10-2 and here it is at 10:05:

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    Once you open it up, everything is wrapped up pretty well:

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    I'm not very impressed with the crate job:

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    I installed the pins in the Quick Hitch holes and took it to the barn to finish the assembly:

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    You have to remove the shield to fill the reservoir with 10w-40 motor oil:

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    Here she is all put together and ready for a test run:

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    Tach/hour meter:

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    Chips!

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    Fits right under the lean to:

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    Here is a quick vid. I've got the feed rate pretty slow here, it'll really pull stuff in when it's at full speed:



    I only put 7/10 of an hour on it today. Grandbaby came over which is much more important than the chipper. It's an awesome machine! Can't imagine not having hydraulic feed. I'll do a more in depth review when I've got some more hours on it. I'm really happy so far!

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    Very nice machine!

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    Bubber--very -very nice
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    That;s one NICE chipper.
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    I would like to have one of those, looks like a nice piece of equipment. From the looks of the surroundings it will get plenty of use
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    Very nice


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    Quote Originally Posted by CNGreen View Post
    I would like to have one of those, looks like a nice piece of equipment. From the looks of the surroundings it will get plenty of use
    Yup, this should make my yearly brush pile burns a thing of the past.

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    VERY NICE!!

    I bought a WoodMaxx MX-9900 a couple of months ago. (I still need to post a review and pics. ) I've been super impressed with it - it's taken anything that will feed through the chute! WoodMaxx puts together a high quality machine. For mine, the skid arrived in much better shape than yours though!

    Enjoy it! I sold a BearCat manual feed chipper to justify buying my WoodMaxx. The BearCat was also very high (USA Made!) quality, but having the hydraulic feed is SO NICE!! I can pretty safely say that having the hydraulics cuts my chipping time down to 1/2 to 1/3 of what it was. Plus it doesn't wear this fat old gray haired guy down so much!!
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    I'm really liking my TM-86H. No issues so far. Mine came on a steel pallet, so I'm a bit surprised yours arrived on a crumbled up wood pallet. I'd definitely let them know about that.
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    Good for you Bubber. Very nice, good luck with it.
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