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    PTO wood chipper

    Any one ever use a PTO (3 point hitch) wood chipper on a 1026R?
    I am thinking about maybe getting one for some yard clean up.
    Would this be hard on the tractor do you think? would be a lot of resistance on that rear PTO. I guess that is what the sheer pins are for
    Any and all advice is greatly appreciated guys!

    Looking at this one:
    https://www.kijiji.ca/v-outdoor-tool...ationFlag=true


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    Quite a few members on here are running PTO chippers.
    We have the exact one...
    http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...yes-i-did.html
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    I've been thinking about the WoodMax chipper but it's a little pricey for no more than I would use it. Just noticed recently that Titan now has a couple. This one is tempting and has pretty good reviews.

    Why is it that it seems like everyone has a BX42 model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spferdil View Post
    I've been thinking about the WoodMax chipper but it's a little pricey for no more than I would use it. Just noticed recently that Titan now has a couple. This one is tempting and has pretty good reviews.

    Why is it that it seems like everyone has a BX42 model?

    Titan Wood Chipper
    As far as I'm concerned that is the Wallenstein BX42 chipper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    As far as I'm concerned that is a copy of the Wallenstein BX42 chipper made in CHINA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    ^^^^^
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    You're probably correct.
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    Woodmaxx TM-86H. I think they offer good value. What sets them apart is the hydraulic infeed. Once you use one you'll never go back to manual feed, insert branch and walk away (for the most part). The other thing I really like is the infeed rate is adjustable, it can be slowed way down and chip some incredibly large diameter wood (3-4" no problem with sharp knives).
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    I have a 2305 (18hp PTO) and have had a genuine BX 42 for more than ten years. It's my favorite attachment. It is Imatch compatible. Not sure about the knock off Imatch's with the wider hook. I have three sheer bolts zip tied to the chipper. I've never had a bolt sheer. I have jammed the intake and stalled the tractor many times. It seems gentle enough when it stalls. I use it quite a bit and have never wished for hydraulic feed. It is not much use on our spruce branches. The stringy nature of fresh spruce is not conducive to chipping, I still burn that. You do have to put in a jumper wire around the seat switch while chipping. The 1026/1025r should handle it just fine. The 1023 at 15hp PTO? Maybe not very well.
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