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    WoodMaxx Chipper TM86H

    I been looking at the WoodMaxx TM86H PTO Chipper and would like to know if anyone has one and how it work with the John Deere 1025

    Frank

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    sorry cannot help w/ question, but
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    Quote Originally Posted by cser05 View Post
    I been looking at the WoodMaxx TM86H PTO Chipper and would like to know if anyone has one and how it work with the John Deere 1025

    Frank
    I was looking at those also , but after much deliberation , I decided to go with a stand alone chipper from Lowes . It is electric start (literally ,it has a 120 volt starter) 15 hp. chipper/shredder . It works great and saves the wear on my tractor . Just my .02 .
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    Welcome to GTT cser05.
    6" chipper is pretty big for a 1025R(?) tractor.
    What's your location?
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    I don't have the WoodMaxx or know how big it chips. If it's up to 6" then I can't help you there either. I can tell you about what chips 4˝" off of the PTO. I have the DR chipper that chips up to and including 4˝" and it does a great job. The 1026 I have does great with it. When it comes to knots in the wood it will bog down just a little and then chip right through it. I have chipped some 3" to 4" oak that was left laying for 5 years and it cut it no problem. I run my tractor at about 3000 to 3200 rpm which is about 540 at the rear PTO. Yes it is putting hours on your tractor but it takes up less room and it's not another engine I have to worry about for the amount of times I use it. And for me anything over 4˝" is firewood. Anything less is just in the way. Sorry I can't be of more help.
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    I don't have experience with that model chipper or your model tractor.
    I do, however, have their WM-8H wood chipper that I power with my 3320. I can share a comment about support of the WoodMaxx brand. I had a pump bearing fail so I called them up, troubleshot the issue with them, they shipped a replacement to me immediately, I swapped it out, packaged the dead one up and shipped it back, all in a very short time frame. They were very helpful on the phone, easy to reach when I needed them, and were quick with resolving the issue. For that reason, I rate them pretty high in my book.

    I had considered a number of chippers, and decided that I didn't want yet another motor to maintain. Also, having the added capacity of the model I have (8") attached to my tractor really does make property clean up nice, all at the mere pull of a PTO switch.

    If it's worth anything, I have had a great experience working with my wood chipper. I had a 20'+ skinny pine that died on my property and because it didn't have any large branches on it I ran that through the chipper, whole, just 'cause I could. Amazing machine, that little bugger. The small little wood chips it creates are great to have around the property as well. I have created very nice walking paths using the chipped material in addition to using them in flower beds.

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    TM-86H chipper

    Quote Originally Posted by cser05 View Post
    I been looking at the WoodMaxx TM86H PTO Chipper and would like to know if anyone has one and how it work with the John Deere 1025

    Frank
    Also been looking at it , but just cant pull the trigger and buy. I have a 2305 and it seems like the best match. Cant find anything comparable for the price. and it is specially designed for lower PTO Hp as they say. Have you talked with anyone at Woodmaxx ?

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    That WoodMaxx Chipper looks to be an incredible value and built like a tank! Might have to put it on the list as I know my pops wants to buy one of those big box store junkers, so perhaps I can interest him in a 50/50 split for my 1026R! Hmmmmm.... Will have to see how good of a salesman I am
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    Bought WoodMaxx TM-86H Hydraulic Chipper

    I got the TM86H chipper from WoodMaxx in Jan of 2014. I've used it on my 2320 tractor. You can chip 4" wood with no problems. You can adjust the HYD feed to match the size wood your chipping. The people at WoodMaxx are easy to deal with. There customer service is great. I have 3 acres that I'm cleaning up and this chipper works well. For $2649.00 I think it's a good buy. I have since traded my 2320 for a 2032R. I wanted a little bigger tractor working in the woods. The TH-86H works good on this tractor too. The chipper weighs 595lbs so you will want some front weight on tractor.
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    Picture of my TM-86H chipper and 2032R tractor.
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