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    Wood chipper for 1025R

    Been considering a wood chipper for my 1025R. The Wallenstein looks good but I have also been attracted to the WoodMaxx TM86H.

    It is designed for the 1 series size tractor and has a hydraulic adjustable feed that is independent of the tractor. The price is reasonable.

    Anybody have a WoodMaxx chipper?
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    Looks really cool! Let us know how it works if you get one. Seems they make some quality products.

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    I like it,wonder if I could "demo" that for about a week!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishbait View Post
    Been considering a wood chipper for my 1025R. The Wallenstein looks good but I have also been attracted to the WoodMaxx TM86H.

    It is designed for the 1 series size tractor and has a hydraulic adjustable feed that is independent of the tractor. The price is reasonable.

    Anybody have a WoodMaxx chipper?
    Don't have one but I do like that the hydraulic adjustable feed is independent of the tractor. Price is good too.
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    They do look nice. I do have a Wallenstien and it's a great chipper! Only issue is if you have stuff with a lot of small twigs it will plug the discharge chute occasionally. It's not an issue for the stuff I chip. I'm sure the hydraulic feed would be nice though.


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    I'm going to call them tomorrow and have a chat. If I like what I hear I will probably order one. Web site says they are temporarily out of the green ones so I think I'll choose red.

    The NorthEastern U.S. has been invaded by the emerald ash borer and the Asian horned beetle. I just cut 12 mature dead or dying ash trees on my property with a dozen or so more soon to be cut. The devastation is wide-spread throughout the North East. Me and my neighbors will have plenty of wood to cut and chip this Spring.
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    260 Backhoe w/Ken's hook, BXpanded Thumb, Bro-Tec Ripper Tooth
    Artillian Diverter kit. Grapple w/Fangs, loader arm mounted 54 snow blade w/ wings, 24" forks
    54" Rock Bucket
    Ballast box
    I-Match
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    Back Blade
    3pt CarryAll
    Boom Pole
    Artillian Front Hoe
    RimGuard in all 4
    2" Wheel Spacers
    Heavy Hitch
    Block Heater
    HLA 60" Snow Pusher w/Backdrag Blade
    Tektite hard side heated cab

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishbait View Post
    Been considering a wood chipper for my 1025R. The Wallenstein looks good but I have also been attracted to the WoodMaxx TM86H.

    It is designed for the 1 series size tractor and has a hydraulic adjustable feed that is independent of the tractor. The price is reasonable.

    Anybody have a WoodMaxx chipper?
    The best thing you can get with a chipper is the hydraulic adjustable feed, in my opinion. With my DR when you feed things like vines and hands full of small branches you end up having to force feed it. After a day of doing this you will have sore arms and shoulders. And with bigger stuff you end up having to hold it down so it will chip instead of bouncing against the blade/s. I have one blade. The WoodMaxx TM86H has 4. Even though 4 is more money when you have to replace them, it is a good thing. Better feed, better chips. I would gladly trade my DR for this WoodMaxx. One other thing about feeding it by hand is the vibration of the limbs against your bare arms will scratch your arms so much it will make it look like you were in a knife fight.
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    I have the tm86h for the 1025 r. I've used it four times already on pine. If I slow the feed down I can chip right up to capacity. Very well built. Happy so far.
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    Looks good! Glad it works as advertised.
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    Donated by some great people/vendors on here: 72 lb. wheel weights -- Bro-Tek 1½" rear wheel spacers.
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    Very neat setup.

    The Woodmaxx has a small built-in hydraulic pump, correct? I see reservoir and note the absence of lines going back to the tractor.
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