wood chipper

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Posted by Grant - CO on June 22, 2018 at 16:09:37 [URL] [DELETE] :

Good morning all - it is to be hoped summer is treating you well. I'd like to use my 8N (mid model year 1952) as the power for a wood chipper. I've been burning the brush for years however it makes my neighbors nervous and it's been very dry this spring, so finding the opportunity to burn is difficult. Any who, we burn anything bigger than 2" in various stoves and fireplaces so I expect if it would chip up to 3 inches it would give me some extra strength. I'm looking for advice on practically, which machines are best, and all the rest of the things Iím not thinking about. If the machine were period correct, it would be an added benefit at the cocktail hour, but not a deal breaker. Tks grant


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