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Johny Walker

converting tracked chipper to crane fed

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Try a fabrication company or Ag engineers. As previously said, a remote roller control may make it more usable and a short infeed will help to guide in brash but needs a bit of strength to take the 'bash'. Are the rollers up to that kind of work too? Having brash forced at then whereas hand feed is a bit more delicate compared?

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That's a tidy unit but I don't know why they put a turntable in there

 

You don't need to have an "either or" in feed, the one on the picture looks hand feed compliant to me so a permanent modification would be in order

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That's a tidy unit but I don't know why they put a turntable in there

 

You don't need to have an "either or" in feed, the one on the picture looks hand feed compliant to me so a permanent modification would be in order

 

why bother chippers to small

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that was what i im looking @ doing ,make sure the valve block is protected ,simlar to the jensen verison.

 

there would be a frame & feed table

 

 

 

need to find some one to make it ,

 

 

Graham Fawcett has just taken the crane off one of his tracked Jensens. Might be worth seeing what he's doing with it.

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