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unimog din mount.

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Im looking at a buying a unimog to run my pto chipper, want to mount it on the front with a din plate so it wont stick out too far. just not sure how the pto will attatch as it would need to be a very short shaft? the chipper is a 427 kwick chip so would need a reversing gearbox, anyone got any advice or pics of their front mounts? cheers.

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that would be the ideal chipper for the job but at 50 percent of the cost of the mog i just cant afford it at the moment. looks very similar to tp 200.

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that would be the ideal chipper for the job but at 50 percent of the cost of the mog i just cant afford it at the moment. looks very similar to tp 200.

 

ducker and tp are more or less the same but opposite. if you know what i mean. ducker on the front, tp on the rear. Front mount is the way to go with mogs

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