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    I put the chipper to work this week. Cleaned the limbs from three large oaks.
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    Very Nice!
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    Dang you guys and your wood chippers anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevehsanders View Post
    I put the chipper to work this week. Cleaned the limbs from three large oaks.
    That piece I would have blocked and split for firewood! Nice chipper though. What tractor do you have?
    2019 2038r, iMatch, ballast box, frontier SB54, Woodland Mills WC68 PTO Chipper, 270B Backhoe, 60 MMM

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmissed View Post
    That piece I would have blocked and split for firewood! Nice chipper though. What tractor do you have?
    It's not hard to have more wood than you can burn in the south. That's the case for me anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmissed View Post
    That piece I would have blocked and split for firewood! Nice chipper though. What tractor do you have?
    I don't burn wood but yeah it was a big chunk. I had a larger stick of hickory in the chipper the other day. It slowed down a little but chewed it up. I have a 2017 2038R.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    It's not hard to have more wood than you can burn in the south. That's the case for me anyway.
    Not just the South.
    Im in Indiana, and between me and my neighbor, we have WAY more wood than we can burn. Lots of dead Ash around here, and that alone is more than enough, to say nothing of anything else that needs to come down in the woods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    It's not hard to have more wood than you can burn in the south. That's the case for me anyway.
    Gotcha, understood. Here in the GWN we burn from October to May.
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