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 11-06-2002, 22:30 Post: 44690
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 3ph chipper/shreader

Do you know of any company that makes a 3ph mounted chipper/shreader

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 11-07-2002, 06:21 Post: 44696
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Doing a search in the archives on 'chipper' finds a dozen os so threads. Some manufactures and ideas about chippers are discussed. I think Valby comes up frequently here and elsewhere. When I was looking for one, two dealers happened to have used Apatche chipper/shreders in their yards. The units looked pretty good but I couldn't find out much about the manufacturer.

Sizable chippers are pretty expensive, and models with hydraulic feed are even more dear but very handy. A thing to remember is that the rating of a chipper means that it will take that diameter material. It doesn't mean that it's fast. Chipping sizable material with anything that mounts on a compact can take a lot of time.






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 11-07-2002, 09:01 Post: 44705
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I have a little three-point chipper with an auto-feed that is belt driven. Compared to an 8HP Craftsman, it is truly amazing the power it has and what it will chip. The auto-feed is a must have option. Just start the branch and it sucks it in. I generallly run it behind a 18-25 PTO HP tractor, depending on what tractor is handy, and it does real well with 2" stuff, OK with 3" and really slow with 4".I'll tell you the brand when I get a chance to walk out back and take a look at it. Dave






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 11-19-2002, 22:19 Post: 45198
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Dave,

Did you have a chance to see who manufactured your 3ph chipper/shreader?






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 11-22-2002, 19:48 Post: 45286
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The only markings are a sticker that reads MACHETE by Jollyhoe Reg. Pacific Machine Manufacturing Portland Oregon.

Sorry it took a bit to get back to you. I loaned it to a friend and had to contact him to get the info off of it.

Dave






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 11-22-2002, 20:56 Post: 45289
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I'm a Valby dealer . They have 3 point hitch chippers for tractors of about 20 hp & up. Contact me for more details.






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 11-23-2002, 09:00 Post: 45309
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Woods also sells a 3 P.T. chipper/shredder attachment. I have sold several of them and have had good results. Anyone in or around C.T. feel free to contact me.






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 11-23-2002, 09:00 Post: 45310
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Woods also sells a 3 P.T. chipper/shredder attachment. I have sold several of them and have had good results. Anyone in or around C.T. feel free to contact me.






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 02-14-2003, 04:07 Post: 49224
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In our area Bearcat and woods are the most popular brands.






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 06-27-2007, 14:48 Post: 143262
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Do you well the gearbox for these? or possibly the parts for it?






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