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    Woodland Mills WC68 6" PTO Wood Chipper

    Hi, I have a barely used Woodland Mills WC68 6" Hydraulic PTO Wood Chipper for sale. Chipper is in immaculate condition, and has been stored in a climate controlled garage for the 2.5 years I've owned it. Unit has approximately 3 hours of use on it, and works beautifully. It is a beast, but I...
  2. beowulf

    Recommendations for wood chipper for small material

    Our situation: We have a lot of wood of all sizes from trees that fall or ones we take down. A lot. We have been harvesting the wood if over 3-4" and sometimes even keep the some of smaller stuff - all for firewood. But in the process we generate piles of the brushy/small limbed/twiggy stuff. We...
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    ISO: Patu DC 40 Chipper Manual

    Hey gang, Just picked up a '96 Patu DC 40 chipper, and wanted to find a manual for it. I've found a few mentions in forums over the years, but all the links are dead - and Google isn't finding anything out there. Anybody still have a copy kicking around? Thanks in advance!
  4. 50520e

    My chipper only runs in reverse

    EDIT: The check valve was in backwards, its running forward now but while switching it around I noticed that the anvil was about to fall out, apparently need to check every nut and bolt on auction machines. I bought a "2023 SUIHE SSW-C Skid Steer Chipper" from Ritchey Brothers auctions. The...
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    need suggestion on wood chipper

    Hi, I'm looking for a used/new small PTO wood chipper to use on my JD 5038 (38 horsepower). Here are some chippers I found, willing to hear your experience on them. They looks quite similar weight with each other, so I assume they are similar chipper. Woodmaxx MX8500g $2525, best reputation...
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    TMG chipper

    Anyone have experience with TMG Chippers? I’ve been considering a chipper for some time but haven’t pulled the trigger because it would likely get infrequent use. It’s a “would be nice to have” but not a “need”. There are certainly better chippers out there, but given my anticipated use, I don’t...
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    Woodland Mills WC68 Chipper Clogging on Pine Branches

    I just got my WC68 last week, and got it put together Monday. For my first batch, I ran a bunch of deciduous limbs through it that I had cut a few weeks ago. It was spectacular. Then, this morning, I limbed several pine trees (mostly long-needled Ponderosa) and tried to run them through...
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    Woodland Mills WC88 vs WoodMaxx MX-8800 vs WoodMaxx WM-8H for 60HP Kioti DK6010SE

    I'm looking to buy a PTO chipper. Originally, I was looking at the Woodland Mills WC68 but that was when I was getting a 40HP tractor. Now that I am getting a 60(57.7) HP tractor with 44.9 HP at the PTO I am looking to size up. The thinking is that the WC68 is rated up to 50 HP at the PTO which...
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    chipper: heavier, 1000rpm flywheel better for smaller tractor? WC68, WM-8h, WC88

    Buying a PTO chipper. My rig is on the smaller end of viability with 21.7 pto hp. PTO lift is 1600lbs@2ft aft (also FEL + beet juice in all 4 wheels). My use case is primarily conifer (eg, soft), and mostly small (anything ~4" or larger becomes "firepit" firewood). The large input capacity...
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    Mystery PTO chipper

    I’m looking at buying this PTO chipper but can’t find any info. Owner doesn’t know brand/model. Anybody recognize the brand?
  11. mikester

    8" No-Name Chinese Chipper Grief and Slip Clutch

    The chipper flywheel was stopping and the engine wasn't bogging down... I discovered that the secondary pulley driving the flywheel was spinning on the shaft. I assumed that the shaft key either fell out or disintegrated based on the metallic dust on the inside of the pulley. Looking at the...
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    SOLD — Woodland Mills WC68 PTO Chipper for sale in Delaware (19709)

    I have a Woodland Mills WC68 PTO Chipper for sale in 19709. Only has about an hour of use on it. It works as advertised, but my woods are just too immature and I have a lot of brush and vines. I've found it's just easier to use my Lane Shark to obliterate the small stuff and cut the large...