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 04-29-2003, 16:39 Post: 54004
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Where is a good place to buy a Valby Chipper?
I'm looking for a small unit that would fit my Kubota B7500.
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 04-30-2003, 12:10 Post: 54056
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I would also check out the Salsco line, The 824 will work great with your tractor and the factory isn't far, in CT.
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 07-31-2003, 05:19 Post: 60512
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Do a search on " hud-son forest equipment " they carry the valby. the 140 is the smallest unit for about $3600.00 new.






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 07-31-2003, 08:13 Post: 60524
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Don't waste your time with that combination. The Valby is way to much chipper for that tractor.






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 07-31-2003, 15:34 Post: 60555
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Art Do know anything about the quality of the Bolton # 6 chipper? I am looking for a 5" to 6" capacity with out going for my lungs, any input would be helpful> thanks






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 08-01-2003, 06:52 Post: 60605
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I'm not familier with that make at all. There are many companies that are more localized in there distribution that we never hear or see from. It doesn't mean that they do not build a good product. Valby customers like. From what I hear Salsco is good and they build some smaller units that are more compatable with the B-series Kubota's. I just delivered a 140Valby with power feed to a fellow who owns a nursery and an L-48. He said he had the best birthday in his 55 years grinding for 4 hours with that outfit. Do watch your weight,and horsepower combinations.






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 08-01-2003, 09:14 Post: 60634
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Art Thanks






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 12-18-2003, 06:36 Post: 71555
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I just read your reply about wood chipper and noticed you said you delivered a valbe 140. I am very much intrested in that model as I will be clearing up slash from timber harvest. I will use a ford 2000 to power it. I like the heavy weight of rotor and 6 inch cut. How long do the knives go before sharpening? Any user experience with this would be helpful in my decision. Thank you, gsaari






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 12-18-2003, 07:04 Post: 71561
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I'm green in the area of these big chippers as far as much good info on sharpening knives and the like. I do know from working with the little ones I'd make sure it's esay to get to the knives to sharpen them and be sure to get an extra set when purchasing the unit.






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 12-18-2003, 07:48 Post: 71566
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This is the 3rd time I have posted this. The other two posts just dissappeared.

Have you looked at the chippers Bailey's carries?

http://www.baileys-online.com/chippers.htm






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