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Hi all, bit of a long shot, we are looking for a pto chipper. Something like a tp200, Jensen, schlesing. Needs to be at least 8 inch capacity but less than a ton in weight. Good condition and straight to work.

Im in Devon but will travel for right machine.

Many thanks

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Looks like I might be selling a tp760. She's a decent chipper but side feed.

 

 

Thanks casto, is it completely side feed? 90 degrees to the tractor? Could I please have details :-)

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The 760 is an older version, but simple. No stress control on it but to be honest, I was running it on a 115hp tractor or the black mog which is over 130hp with no problems. It's supposed to be 10 inch feed but most will contest that and say 8inch, again I've never had a problem. 3 blade chipper so good quality chip (I bought it as I was looking at doing wood chip for a boiler but it didn't happen hence why it surplus now)

 

Sorry not the greatest pics but can get better ones if you want.

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There was a cheap Schliesing on eBay but think it is front mount.

 

Yeah there was a cheap front mount and ac price had a rear mounted one

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The 760 is an older version, but simple. No stress control on it but to be honest, I was running it on a 115hp tractor or the black mog which is over 130hp with no problems. It's supposed to be 10 inch feed but most will contest that and say 8inch, again I've never had a problem. 3 blade chipper so good quality chip (I bought it as I was looking at doing wood chip for a boiler but it didn't happen hence why it surplus now)

 

 

 

Sorry not the greatest pics but can get better ones if you want.

 

 

Thank u casto, really tidy looking machine. Unfortunately I don't think side load would work for us. Pretty much set on a tp200, just a bit of a wait on a new one and no used ones around right now..

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Thank u casto, really tidy looking machine. Unfortunately I don't think side load would work for us. Pretty much set on a tp200, just a bit of a wait on a new one and no used ones around right now..

 

Yeah no problems. To be fair the side feed can be a pain unless ur chipping into a trailer and vehicle.

Good luck ☺

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