In Reply to: Re: wood chipper posted by Grant - CO on June 22, 2018 at 18:17:37:
OOOO...no need to get snippy, Chippy. A cordwood saw is NOT a wood chipper. Ditto for sawmills as they were around long before the N-Series tractors. I simply stated that wood chippers weren't around when the N's were. There were over 400 Dearborn Implements supplied from 47 to 55. None were wood chippers -see our MANUALS to view many of the manual scans, no wood chippers are listed. There is also a book by Peterson & Beemer with many, but not all, of the Ford-Ferguson, Dearborn, and Ford implements supplied. You asked a good question and got some good answers. A PTO driven or hydraulic driven wood chipper may not run with the N-Series tractor. A self-powered unit would work and you could pull it around with your 8N...