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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by smcunningham, Oct 31, 2007.
Brave guy too.. I am not a fan of going high up into trees!
Now its gone.....
Looks nice. My friends f-150 looks just like yours.
Is that your chipper? That thing is no joke...
thats a decent size tree for a takedown....looks like you guys did a good job too
is that a pole saw up the tree with him?
Yeah its a shindy M231 w/ pole saw attachment
No its not mine, not yet atleast, It'll chip up 8" to 9" limbs no problem...Its suppose to be only capable of 6" limbs...but let me tell you what...it wont even hestate at a 8 or 9 " limb.
Just wondering how you can fit a 8" or 9" limb in the chipper when the throat of the 65xp is only 6" x 12". Sorry but I have used that chipper and it won't take much bigger then 6". Otherwise nice job.
You are 100% correct the opening (throat) is only 6"x12"....My perception of a 8 to 9" limb could of only been a 6" limb. So I guess I was feeding it 4" limbs thinking they were 6" limbs and when I would feed it a 6" limb I guess I thought I was feeding it 8 to 9" limbs.
You have a very keen eye for seeing that its a 65xp......The 65xp's are nice because the older model ( can't remember which one) only had a 6" x 6" throat...