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    Wood Chipper?

    Do any of you out there have a chipper attachment on your 1025r?
    I would like one , but don't know if I have enough H.P. To run one efficiently.
    Thanks to Bark Beetles I have plenty of brush and branches to deal with.
    What say you?

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    There are lots of them out there. The woodmaxx seems to be one of the more popular for our S/MCUTS.
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    I have a MacKissic Inc. on my 1023e and it does everything I have needed for the last 3 years. Chips and shreds. I have the smaller model TPH123
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    The Woodmaxx TM-86H. It has hydraulic infeed rollers which pretty much self feeds. I'd love one! Maybe some day!
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    Chipper

    I bought a Titan BX42 chipper for my 1025R. Titan was having a good sale and free shipping so I went for it. Works great for chipping up to 4" limbs. Keep in mind it's a chipper. Shredder, not so much. I had a lot of hemlocks down that I needed to clean up. Trying to push too many branches with all the needles on them would clog the chute. I finally got the hang of it by pushing in some brush followed by some hardwood which would push everything out the chute. Other than that, it has performed well for me.
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