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    Hi,

    Patipong seams to have a beauty .

    Palm fronds and all goes in quick .
    Dunno the price I will ask tomorrow.





    Cheers

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    Hello

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    Hi
    I want to post the Utube link but I need 5 posts minimum to do that.

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    Now this is post # 5
    The next post should be OK.

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    Garden Mulcher Chipper in Buriram

    My wife wanted a gasoline powered mulcher chipper that was easy to start as she has many plants and trees in her Isaan village farm plot. I checked into the Troy Bilt made in the USA chipper shredder and the Australian designed but manufactured under Australian factory supervision in Thailand TruYard models. I looked at both Honda powered and Briggs & Stratton Engines on the Garden Shredders in Buriram. The key start model had a battery and was easier for my wife. After more than one month no troubles, no complications what so ever. I would suggest anyone who is serious about a dependable shredder or mulcher in Thailand to see a local tool shop dealer for Tru Yard or Troy Bilt. I viewed the Troy Bilt in action at the Buriram Agricultural College Farming Expo last week in Buriram. I took some photos of three mulchers, but I am unclear on how to attach photos to Teak Door Forum.

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    chipper

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl View Post
    For coconut husks palm fronds and such. Heavy duty rig

    Anyone use one? Where to get?
    yes use one for palms and coconut fronts; up to 7" wide so cute off the end of the coconut and they grind up nicely.

    I see 3 big co's selling all kinds of chipping/chopping machines.

    I;m looking for a mini trencher or any trencher that works Prefereably not made in china.

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    And here I thought this was going to be about the guys you golf with.

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