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Making the ol' Deutz 1920 work!

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Took down a row of 55 junk trees a week ago Saturday. Having a brother with a tracked Bobcat & tree saw helps a LOT! Now cleaning up the mess, including chipping the smaller branches. Put the DA 1920 to work pulling my chipping trailer. I made the trailer with an extendable tongue. Push it in for normal use, pull it out and bolt a frame on it to hold the chipper. Puts the chipper up to a nice height for feeding. When the trailer is full up into the boxed top, it holds 13 cubic feet of chips.



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