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Mick , PeteB is the man with the knowledge... I only fix them if things go wrong.
It has a large flywheel similar in size to the 220 with two banks of three disc blades and as already stated , it does produce a good chip , common to all GreenMechs..... 
Jase.
Unfortunately this is not common to all greenmechs I would say its actually the first I have used that has and I have been using chippers for 20 years
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Hi mate I was contracting today so the wood isn't mine to comment on really it belongs to a guy on here his is name  is H on here u could ask him but he likes his wood so I suspect not available 



Could do you a good price on it
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I think u no me well enough that I wouldn't be payed to take it home never mind pay for it



Haha that’s was meant for rough hewn

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3 hours ago, bigtreedon said:

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Yo,

Can you tell me about this style of cut with a big chunk of the bottom half of the gob removed, and when you might use it?  Looks bloody clever. I guess it reduces the bounce of the piece as it comes off the stem?

Cheers

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Yo,
Can you tell me about this style of cut with a big chunk of the bottom half of the gob removed, and when you might use it?  Looks bloody clever. I guess it reduces the bounce of the piece as it comes off the stem?
Cheers
Yea you got it mate just makes for the piece to travel better of the hinge and into the safe block or pulley or rings
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12 hours ago, peds said:

Yo,

Can you tell me about this style of cut with a big chunk of the bottom half of the gob removed, and when you might use it?  Looks bloody clever. I guess it reduces the bounce of the piece as it comes off the stem?

Cheers

It's also good for getting a top to land close to the stem. 

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