Re: wood chipper

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Posted by Carson (NCAL) on June 22, 2018 at 18:41:59 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: wood chipper posted by Grant - CO on June 22, 2018 at 16:09:37:

The two brands that I seriously looked into are D&R and Mckissic. I know D&R has PTO driven chippers and I think McKissic does too.

I went in with my neighbor and bought a McKissic powered by a Honda engine rather than the PTO model. Figured I would rather wear out a stand alone engine rather than the Ford.

The thing eats up to 2 inches plus with no problem and we got the one with the hammer miller shredder which works great on small stuff like branches, pine cones, etc. I have been very happy with the unit.

We are also allowed to burn at my Northern California property. I am not comfortable burning with all the grass etc that is in the area and the fires that have come close to our properties. The McKissic really does a great job reducing the tree trimmings to mulch.

You might look at YouTube and see some of the videos there. Some good information available.

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