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Could someone with a Timberwolf 13/75G put a tape measure across it for me please. I want to get one through a 700mm doorway. Will it go down that narrow with the hopper and wheels and axle off?

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57 minutes ago, Mark Wileman said:

Their website says 800mm wide (with the wheels on I assume). If its just two posts you need to get through you could squeeze it through diagonally.

 

https://www.timberwolf-uk.com/products/1375g-chipper/

Yep. I read that. It's a passageway in a garage so diagonal not possible.

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Wheel to wheel its just under 700mm. Problem is the discharge chute sticks out further. You can remove this but there is still a bit of metal under the chute that sticks out further than the wheel. So somewhere between 700mm and 800mm. Definitely not getting it through a 700mm doorway. 

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19 hours ago, AHPP said:

Could someone with a Timberwolf 13/75G put a tape measure across it for me please. I want to get one through a 700mm doorway. Will it go down that narrow with the hopper and wheels and axle off?

Is this “project X” mkII or something different???

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Wheel to wheel its just under 700mm. Problem is the discharge chute sticks out further. You can remove this but there is still a bit of metal under the chute that sticks out further than the wheel. So somewhere between 700mm and 800mm. Definitely not getting it through a 700mm doorway. 

Thanks.

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Is this “project X” mkII or something different???

It’s a good example of the reasoning for it. Forty foot cypress. Limbs up to three inches and a few tops. The walk to the road is across the lawn, up some steps, round a corner, through the 700mm door and through the garage. The walk the other way is down gabioned terraces 3m vertically (covered in sentimentally valuable plants) or a set of garden steps (gate at bottom), across a stream and then 3m up to where some poor bastards dumped half the sister tree ten years ago. The other half, they dragged through the partially built garage and caused all sorts of mess and damage.
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Sounds like the easiest option would be a fire! You can make a good incinerator out of an old oil drum.

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Sounds like the easiest option would be a fire! You can make a good incinerator out of an old oil drum.


My first thought but not happening.

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23 hours ago, AHPP said:

 


My first thought but not happening.

 

Leaf blower,  some ducting an oil drum = airburner ! Little smoke and will deal with all that rubbish :) k

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