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Anybody had experience with Timberwolf sx200 shredder,thinking of buying one for upcoming works next year . Any feedback appreciated!

Got ours up for sale atm. Had it for 5 years. It's great if you keep the flails sharp. It's a shredder though, good for anything up to 3" but very slow for anything bigger. Timberwolf have stopped manufacturing it but have been told parts will still be available.

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Depends how often you'll be doing that sort of work really. It will cope with that sort of stuff no problem but better to feed it in a little bit at a time. If your used to a chipper then you'll probably hate it but if it's only going out for the odd hedge reduction then you'll be ok.
It's worked well for us because we have a pto chipper that we'll use for bigger jobs.

What let's the Timberwolf down is the infeed is too small. Look at any other shredder and it's twice the size.
We're getting the ts shredder which we've had on demo and struggled to keep up with it. Just eats whatever you put in it.

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