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    1025R and PTO Chipper

    Hello Everyone.

    I'm still in the dreaming phase of purchasing a 1025R and I was wondering how many people would recommend running a PTO chipper with their 1025R ?

    I currently use a portable chipper/shredder but it only takes in small diameter branches and it's a PITA to use . I would like to chip up 3-4 inch diameter branches and I know that most PTO chippers will do it but I wonder if it would work a 1025R too hard while doing it?

    I have watched a bunch of TTWT videos but haven't seen Tim run a chipper yet.

    I'm not sure of the cost of a frontier chipper vs other brands but using John Deere's 0 % financing has me thinking.

    Let me know your thoughts.
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    SIL this summer bought a used Woods chipper (not self feed) and uses it on his JD2305 . Runs it fine ,,no issues
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    The Wallenstein BX42 is fairly commonly used with 1-series machines. Bought mine from a guy that used it with his Deere 2305. Wallenstein discontinued the BX42 but the slightly smaller BX36 should work just fine.
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    I'm going to recommend againat the Frontier chopper, in spite of the 0% financing. They are made by Peaquea in Pennsylvania. My neighbor has/had one and I tried it out prior to buying my first chipper. It didn't chip well at all and the chute angle seemed awkward. I don't think the blades were dull as the neighbor is on top of his maintenance and keeps his equipment in top notch shape.

    Take a look at the chippers from Woodmaxx. They have a hydraulically fed machine for about $3k that a lot of people really like. People also like their Wallenstein chippers.

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    Woodmaxx would be one. The model TM-86H is the model designed for sub compact tractors. Woodland Mills also makes a chipper designed for sub compact tractors.


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    I have the knock-off Chinese BX42 version and it runs great!
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    here's a link to a fella i watch on u-tube. if u look on his channel-he has another video of it running and him talking about it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5y2WMpd980
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    I have the woodland mills chipper on my 1025R (WC-46). Thing is pretty awesome, chips up to 4 inches as advertised, tractor handles it just fine. Highly recommended.
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    I've got a WoodMaxx MX-8800 and love it, it's my most used implement.

    I highly recommend hydraulic feed and cheesetrain pointed out the TM-86H which has that.
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    I also have a chinese bx42 from Titan as well. Works great, very simple build(exact same as old wallenstein). $1800 delivered to my driveway. Eats 4 inch branches. 1025r tractor feels like its got plenty of juice to run it.

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