Pictures sent in from some of our chipper customers
Heres some pics of our Jinma at work on our Ford 3400, the tractor didn't ever bog down chipping up branches to 6" diameter trees. we worked three straight days and it worked great. If you want to post the pictures feel free.
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Thanks again Rob
It was a pleasure meeting and doing business with you the other day. I finally hooked the Jinma up to my tractor a couple days ago only to find out the drive line pto shaft was two long so I had to cut it off (with a hacksaw that was fun) to the right length. Yesterday was the first time we used it and I was impressed! It does a fantastic job! A 5 to 6 inch oak limb will pull my tractor down so I started cutting them to a length so that by the time the motor starts slowing it has finished the limb. I was amazed how fast it goes through the wood. I attached a couple of photos as you requested (the whole package)
Here is my 1956 John Deere Model ‘70’ Diesel running the chipper. The tractor was one of my Dad’s original tractors used on his farm in Ohio. I dragged it out from under the barn when a tornado dropped the building on it in 1998, almost breaking it in half, had it hauled to my place in N. Florida in 2002, and spent almost a year performing a major overhaul on every system. Did the acrylic enamel/clearcoat paint and bodywork myself. It is now extremely handy as it is very economical and has the most power of any tractor in the neighborhood. Neighbors bring their grandkids over to take rides telling them “You just don’t hear Johnnypoppers running like you used to.” Eventually, I will probably run the chipper on my 4310, but for now the ‘70’ seems pleased that it has a real job!
Got some pics of the chipper on my Kubota L235. It was an easy install with no modifications needed. The little Kubota engine (23HP) has yet to get bogged down. This thing works better than I had hoped. I am not renaming the pics, they are self-explanatory. It is difficult to get a good pic of the discharge because it was eating the branches fast. The pics are attached in a zip file in two emails because they were too big for one email.
I was out of town working so didn't get a chance to give it a workout until this week. Thanks and Merry Christmas!
The chipper has been great. Sent a pic of it chipping very dry, and hard as iron locust, no problems.
I picked up my chipper today. You did an excellent job of preping it. After assembling it, I chipped for about an hour. It worked very well. Here is a picture of my setup.
Ronald Here are a few pictures of the chipper. We finally got a sunny day and started cleaning up the mess from the snow storm. The tractor is 28 pto HP and has no trouble running this chipper.
Hi Ronald, Here are some photos of the chipper on my tractor. The PTO shaft is fine. I shortened the mounting bars on the chipper to almost the minimum and I had plenty of length to spare. The chipper chips very well. I have been really pleased. I've run through all kinds of wood, including cedar and pine that still had a lot of dead needles, some green hardwood with leaves, and roots, and it all went through with no problems.
Ron, sorry they aren't better, they came from my cell
I took one of the skids I added to the base
Thanks Ron: We have put about 5 to 6 hours on the chipper, most of it with dry maple branches. The 30 hp rating is in the ballpark on the Dozer . Leigh have a good one
Hi Ronald. It's an International 684. I added the extension so that my top link would fit, and also a foot "pedal" to raise the in feed roller. It’s just a piece of 3/4" conduit and easily slides out of the original tubes when not needed. I was surprised that it was rigid enough to work but it did. The ball suspended below the out feed chute is to keep me from repeatedly hitting my head on the chute. Thanks. Carey Knight
I have been using my new chipper and it is basically awesome. What a great machine I would recommend you guys to anyone. Thanks again for your excellent service. I have attached some pictures of the chipper on the back of my tractor.
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