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Hyundai 14 HP Chipper

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Havent used that machine but i was in the same predicament last year. One man band weekend warrior. They do make jobs so much easier. Especially as allotments readily want the chip.

 

I found a CS100 in fairly good condition for 2500, if you can get credit I'd strongly advised doing that. My drum also cracked(a known fault on a certain batch of parts) and I got straight on the phone to greenmech and they were great. Sent a drum out FOC which I was gobsmacked at, as the machine wasnt in warranty nor had I bought the machine from them.

Id sy after using my 18hp it really helps having that power.

Lets face it a CS100 wont really drop below 2500 if its been looked after so you've an asset that can sell later if req'd.

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Would love one , but alas it`s out of my price bracket . And also the reason I was looking for a small petrol ( 14 + Hp ) . Is so that ,I could get it close to the work sites . Which are mostly small to medium sized gardens . With the typical narrow paths and passages . I do a lot of hedges and pruning . So a max of 3" to 4" intake is more than sufficient . Anything bigger would get logged . 

The more I look the more ,I get confused as to which one . You Tube, doesn`t help as the video clips all show them firing fresh Leylandii through the individual  chippers . Which we all know chips wonderful  with all it`s sap acting like a lubricant . 

Non of them ever show , Hawthorne , Blackthorne , Pyracantha ,  all entwined together .  Lol 

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9 minutes ago, MSS said:

Would love one , but alas it`s out of my price bracket . And also the reason I was looking for a small petrol ( 14 + Hp ) . Is so that ,I could get it close to the work sites . Which are mostly small to medium sized gardens . With the typical narrow paths and passages . I do a lot of hedges and pruning . So a max of 3" to 4" intake is more than sufficient . Anything bigger would get logged . 

The more I look the more ,I get confused as to which one . You Tube, doesn`t help as the video clips all show them firing fresh Leylandii through the individual  chippers . Which we all know chips wonderful  with all it`s sap acting like a lubricant . 

Non of them ever show , Hawthorne , Blackthorne , Pyracantha ,  all entwined together .  Lol 

If you look for Jason Gardener on YouTube he has a hornet 6.5hp chipper there £600 new and he highly rates them theyd be no good for the likes of full conifer trees and stuff but private trimmings ad stuff like that have a look for him 

 

Jack 

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Was looking at Deleks . Not British but look strongish in build . 

And the Remet chopper could add a different angle , chopping the waste rather than chipping . Possibly turning into kindling . 

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Just spent a pleasant hour viewing his video`s , seems a really nice chap . And his Hornet chipper is unbelievable for a little 6.5Hp .

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1 hour ago, MSS said:

Just spent a pleasant hour viewing his video`s , seems a really nice chap . And his Hornet chipper is unbelievable for a little 6.5Hp .

That's a good chipper on a budget for chipping private and bits and bobs for a honest review of the Haecksler look for lhl garden services Lee can't rate his enough

Jack 

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