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Ohashi chippers

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Yep, roughly same specs as those chippers mentioned; 5", tracked, 18hp Subaru engine.

 

There is a distributor in Norway (I live in Sweden) selling them for approx. £14,000.

 

Ohashi is a Japanese manufacturer, possibly related to Shibaura, who make small tractors etc.

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Stay mainstream, it will have a value at the end of your tenure and it will comply with Eurospecs and be better supported. "Pay cheap, pay twice or thrice and lived with your regret!"

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