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3 PT Chipper?

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Dave H (MI)

01-01-2012 08:47:50
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Happy New Year! Has anyone had experience with 3 pt PTO wood chippers? Any recommendations? I have a lot of brush to chip and not a lot of HP to work with @ 19 pto hp. Appreciate any comments.




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Dave H (MI)

01-02-2012 11:43:22
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
Appreciate the responses, sorry to disappear! I have looked at Jinma and see that they sell one that runs on 15 hp and looks pretty nice. Heavy flywheel. Pretty good review of this on line. Looking at a couple others too. Just cannot decide if I want to spend the money right now. Should have mentioned that I have a 10 acre woodlot on the farm plus fence rows and perimeter trees surrounding the fields. Lots of dead Ash trees. Renting is not going to help and piling has begun to get unsightly. Burning is slow and tiresome. I can use the chips for a lot of things around the place.

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Ellis Kinney

01-01-2012 11:16:28
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
I own a Wallenstein wood chipper that I use on the 3 point hitch of an M Farmall. It handles 4 inch dia. stuff, but I never go above 2 inch sticks. It is a direct drive to the cutter wheel/flywheel. It does a good job. The main thing with a chipper is to keep your rpm's up. Ellis



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evilboweivel

01-01-2012 11:09:23
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
rent a decent size self feed chipper
will be much safer and much happier when done
also cheapier GOOD LUCK
Ron



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Duane(Pa)

01-01-2012 11:07:02
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
Check out Salsco Chippers



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James22

01-01-2012 10:21:16
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
Been discussed on several occasions. If not in a big hurry and most of the branches are pretty small (less than 2 inches), a non-power feed unit works OK which is what would work with your limited hp. We have a 3pt non-power feed unit and after using it a couple of years it now sets. Much easier to burn than use it. Bought a used Vermeer power feed with a 25 hp Kohler and it is so much better. Seriously thought about a new power feed 3pt unit that was about the same money, but decided it would be easier to sell an engine powered chipper that can be towed if we ever wanted to get rid of it.

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buickanddeere

01-01-2012 10:05:53
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
As previously mentioned. Why not just pile the brush on the edge of the property. It makes good habitat for bunny rabbits. If using a chipper. ALWAYS stand on the side of the feed chute NOT in front of the feed chute. WHY, because people get hit with flying debris when standing in the line of fire. Occasionally these deep thinkers get sucked/fall into the feed chute too because they were standing in front.

China Best Products 6" and 8" PTO driven Wood Chipper

PTO and self-powered log splitter

JM6 6" models Click to see installed on a tractor.

JM6 6" wood chipper $1550 order separately, ship to basic port/major cities

JM8 8" wood chipper $1750, 121x106x108 cm /1.385CBM or 48.4 x 42.4 x 43.2 inch
GW 500 kgs/1100lbs NW 400kgs/880 lbs

For a limited time, you get a set of spare blades and belts for free($180 value) for JM6, ship from China only.

List of locations for pickup

spare blades JM6 $120 JM8 $160

spare belt JM6 $60 JM8 $80

spare drive shaft for JM8 $120

spare feed roll for JM8 $160

To door delivery in the states, from $500 for continental states.

JM6 6" Wood chipper packing in iron crate when shipping:

Dimension : 121 x 106 x 108cm or 48.4 x 42.4 x 43.2 inch

Gross weight: 375 kg/825 lbs Net weight: 305 kg/671 lbs.

JM8 8" Wood chipper packing in iron crate when shipping:

Dimension : 121 x 106 x 108cm or 48.4 x 42.4 x 43.2 inch

Gross weight: 375 kg/825 lbs Net weight: 305 kg/671 lbs.

One year parts warranty from the manufacturer, for defective parts only, not for worn out, not for the blades, belts, drive shaft, feed roll.

We clear customs for USA and Canada, $250 for customs.

Check our FAQ for how to place order.

Thanks Steven Bradshaw for the nice photo.

JM6 Features: 780 lb. chipper include 6" cutting capacity, heavy 24" 175 lb. flywheel with two 10" cutting blades and anvil, a 24", square feed chute that is positioned horizontally at hip level for easy feeding, a chip blower that makes it easy to blow chips into a wheelbarrow or truck/trailer, and a belt driven feed roller that pulls material right into the cutting blades. This chipper runs on a standard CAT-1 540 PTO output and a PTO shaft is included. The flywheel assembly is driven by a set of five belts from the PTO shaft, and the feed roller is driven by a single belt. Replacement belts are available at any NAPA store.
The discharge chute inner size is 107x98mm, you can't dismantle the chute, but you can adjust the height of the discharge chute.

Model JM6 JM8
Diameter of flywheel 24"
Speed of flywheel (r/m) 1220
Max. chipping diameter 6" 8"
PTO 540rpm
3 point hitch CAT-1
Tractor power 15-50hp

1. What is the knife material and total size L x W x H?
Material: Cr12MOV
Size: fix blade 240X60X8mm
Movement blade 254x58x8mm 2. Feed rates and roller diameter
V=17.35m/min
D=140mm

3 Disc size - diameter and thickness

D=605mm
B=85mm

4. Can we order the chipper in green?.
Yes, you can choose the color, it takes longer time.

5. Infeed throat opening size (not shute size)

240x205mm

6. Disc shaft size and bearing size and type.
ф134x465mm Type UCP209

7. What size is the chip blower? CFM
110X100mm

Usually we have JM6 in stock, ship out in 3 to 5 days, confirm with us when you order.

Lead time : 20 to 50 days (estimated)

Minimum order one unit.

8708.70.30

duty free for USA, Canada

GST for Canada

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gun guru

01-01-2012 09:53:01
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
You may be better off just to rent a chipper, tow behind a pickup, 30HP. Rent for the weekend for $250, or whatever. Then you are done, take back to rental yard. I dont have a chipper but, I have a chainsaw and a firepit. (gives me a chance to burn that waste oil too) I burn a lot of the tree waste, anything over 3" diameter is cut up in pieces and I give this away to neigbors and buddies that want firewood.

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Kippster

01-01-2012 09:52:54
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
I have a woods brand 3point chipper that I run on my 30 hp kioti diesel an I love it. that tractor just plays with it. it will take up to a 6 inch dia. limb and also has a hammermill for shredding smaller branches up to about an inch and a half. Works very well. Trimming small branches from larger limbs makes things easier. I just use a pair of lopping shears. Small stuff under an inch goes in the hammer mill an the big stuff goes through the chipper. Makes cleaning up debris from firewood less of a pain.

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paul

01-01-2012 09:31:14
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
Used a DR Chipper for an afternoon. Think they have a bigger version now, this was one without power feed.

Was all tuckered out by the end of the afternoon, put the forks on the loader and threw the rest ogf the branches in a ravine in an hour to finish up, that was over 1/2 was still left.

The smaller chippers just take so much work to do anything, you push the branches in, and things catch, got to cut the branches up, pretty much had a chainsaw idling while working.

I was not impressed with a small pto wood chipper, found it a waste of time & energy, as I cut the branches up to almost chip size with the chainsaw to make it work.......

Hope others have found them to work better.

--->Paul

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paul

01-01-2012 17:36:41
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to paul, 01-01-2012 09:31:14  
Should add, used the chipper on a 27 hp and a 15 hp compact tractors, worked as advertised on both, just seemed pointless to cut the branches up small enough to feed into the chipper, might have helped if we had really really needed the chips, but to just get rid of branches, was painfully slow and workout with the handfed unit.

--->Paul



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Ralph Bauer

01-01-2012 09:15:28
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
IIRC, Lowe's and others sell a 11 or 12 HP stand alone chipper which according to them does up to 3 inches...like prev poster said, if most of your stuff is small(er) it should work. also to consider price advantage pto vs. stand alone ...



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gun guru

01-01-2012 09:08:44
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 Re: 3 PT Chipper? in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-01-2012 08:47:50  
Go on youtube and see what they will/can do. 19HP isnt much, but if the branches are small enough it should go okay. I have seen one of those 3pt wood splitters which is a corkscrew that runs off the PTO. You just hold the log up to the corkscrew and it just breaks apart the logs.



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