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I doubt you can adjust the size of the chip,you can't adjust the anvil!

I think you need to just realise your set up isn't very good, yes it's a Mog and pto chipper but not been married up well.

Just get your head down and suffer it and save your money, experience will kick in soon and solutions will appear.

Probably right, going to have a sort out tomorrow with the chipper and see what I can do. If not I might have to just keep it on the back and save the hassle for the moment.

 

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There's a 5.5" front mount ducker for sale at AC Price, £4.5k play sell your other 1. Put that on and go and make some money.

 

the above is the correct solution if it is still there and you want a front mount buy it

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