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This came up for sale at a local farm and equipment auction. I couldn't go to the auction because I had a funeral service to attend, The clerk sent me  a text that I won the bid' for my max bid of $2000. I think that's about 1400 pounds give or take. It has a 4 cylinder Wisconsin 30 HP. Needs some cleaning, but starts and runs OK as is. I have a 7 acre hay field that my neighbor used to bale for his cows. He passed away and the field has gone unattended for several years. I have Cedar trees taking over the field. I think this will help me get on top of them, Joe.

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Good chipper, get a 3M strip disk all over  it n coat of paint, new bearings n blades in and yr a winner. K

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